Scotland

Scotland’s third city of Aberdeen has a special place in the Scottish game. Flagship club…

On a plateau a few miles beyond Glasgow’s eastern edges stands Airdrie. Once a small…

Representing Clackmannanshire, the smallest mainland county in Scotland, the former port of Alloa has managed…

North of the Solway Firth that cuts between Scotland and England, Annan has historic connections…

Home of the smokie, Arbroath is a unique destination as far as football is concerned.…

With the exception of golf at isolated coastal settlements, football is the main sport in…

Universally known as the English town whose football club plays in Scotland, Berwick-upon-Tweed overlooks the…

Referred to by local historians and tour guides as ‘The Ancient City’, the former Royal…

Formed when Coatbridge was shrouded in smoke, fumes and flames from blazing iron furnaces manned…

Atop the Hill of Beath stands a statue of one of Scotland’s greatest ever players.…

In July 2016, the Daily Record ran a story about Clyde FC returning to their…

The smallest town to be represented in the Scottish Premiership – in fact, one of the…

Teetering beneath the mighty Castle Rock of Dumbarton, a solitary single grandstand is all there…

‘The Queen of the South shall rise up in the judgement with this generation, and…

The city that produced Dennis the Menace, the world’s first commercial marmalade and tragic post-punk…

The former royal capital of Dunfermline, just over the Firth of Forth from Edinburgh, has…

The season of 2015-16 was arguably the most dramatic in the history of football in…

Nearer to Norway than it is to London, Elgin is the most northerly senior league…

Exactly halfway between Glasgow and Edinburgh, the former industrial hub of Falkirk is home to…

Forfar is close enough to Dundee for football to have developed early on – but…

Scotland’s football hotbed is the home of its national stadium, Hampden, and the Old Firm…

A football club was established in the former fishing port and shipyard of Greenock far earlier than…

The Highland capital of Inverness, the northernmost city in the United Kingdom, is traditionally known…

The Ayrshire town of Kilmarnock is the home of Johnnie Walker whisky and the oldest…

Stretching along the Fife coast, from Stark’s Park in the south to Dysart in the…

Franchise is not a word many like to associate with football in Britain. This is…

The last of the four main Fifeshire clubs to see the light of day, East…

Up on Scotland’s east coast between Dundee and Aberdeen, Montrose has a population that barely…

The Fair City of Perth has only recently welcomed home a trophy-winning side after a…

At the easternmost point of mainland Scotland – next stop Stavanger – the fishing port of…

Stenhousemuir is home to two football clubs and two important Scottish football firsts. Namesake Stenhousemuir…

In November 2016, an item appeared in the business pages of the Scottish press, little…

Stuck on the extreme south-western tip of Scotland at the end of a windswept sea…