Old Firm, New Bonds: The Politics Tying Big European Clubs to Celtic and Rangers
More so than any other football teams, the Scottish sides have found strong support in the fans of clubs from Germany, England and Spain.
The Enduring Significance of Walter Tull To English Football
As well as serving with distinction in the First World War, Tull was one of the first black footballers to grace the top tier of English football. Though his life was cut short, his legacy is alive and well.
FC Copenhagen Director Substantiates Rumours Of Potential ‘Atlantic League’
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.
Hampden In The Sun: The Biggest Victory In The History Of The Old Firm
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.