Aberdeen FC players, management and staff have taken £1m worth of wage cuts.
The Pittodrie side has agreed pay cuts averaging 20% among those who earn more than £30,000 a year.
Officials said the cuts were necessary to help close a funding gap after a collapse in income during the coronavirus pandemic.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack said: “I’m humbled by the response of our hard‐working and dedicated executives, management, players and staff who have accepted these cuts and the reasons for them.
“They’ve demonstrated a willingness to do what needs to be done to help secure the club’s future.
“As a result of our higher earners sharing in the financial pain inflicted by the coronavirus crisis, we’re able to safeguard jobs and protect the incomes of those on a lower wage.”
The club said it faced a funding gap of around £10m during the 2020/21 season if measures were not taken.
“It was clear that our situation was becoming unsustainable,” said Cormack.
“These cuts help to further reduce our running costs to a more sustainable level against what income we can continue to generate through season ticket sales, memberships and broadcast revenues.”