More so than any other football teams, the Scottish sides have found strong support in the fans of clubs from Germany, England and Spain.
Can your team win so much that you sort of want them to lose?
Primarily aimed at stamping out sectarianism, the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act (OFBA) ranks among the SNP's most divisive pieces of legislation. Questions are now being asked about whether the act should be scrapped altogether.
Nicknamed ‘The Black Arrow’ by his fans, Heron made a significant cultural impression on Scotland. That has been somewhat overshadowed by the exploits of his son, Gil Scott.
Malky Mackay's new role at the Scottish FA was mired in controversy before his appointment had even been confirmed.
Thomas Clark journeys to Tuscany to follow in the footsteps of a forgotten Scottish striker, and to uphold the honour of his country in the blistering late summer sun.
Ahead of Scotland's World Cup qualifying clash with England, we got the Scottish perspective on a rivalry that was once among the most intense in international football.
He goes to every game but he had to skip the most recent one because it was his friend's birthday.
Anders Horsholt has confirmed that discussions over an international league have taken place, with teams from Scotland, Denmark and Holland to take part, amongst others.
When Celtic and Rangers met at Hampden to contest the 1957 League Cup final, it was a beautiful October day. The Scottish sun was only shining on one side, however.