Aberdeen FC vs. Rangers FC (11.11.2000)
The club is known as The Dons, The Dandies, The Reds or The Dandy Dons. To the fans, they are called the Red Army. Their home stadium is Pittodrie Stadium. It is one of the first stadiums in the United Kingdom to have all-seater seating. It is also one of Scotland's largest stadiums with a capacity of 22,199. The club plays the so-called Northern Derby with Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who can currently be considered the biggest rivals. Both clubs are in the largest estates in the north of Scotland. The club colours are red and white and are projected both on the jerseys and, of course, in the crest.
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The traditional Glasgow club has been nicknamed in several ways, namely The Gers, The Light Blues and The Teddy Bears. The club's traditional rivals are Celtic, a rivalry with religious and political overtones. Celtic are historically associated with the Irish and Scots of Irish descent, who are predominantly Catholic. Rangers, on the other hand, are recruited from Scottish or Northern Irish Protestants linked to the political strand of British Unionism. Hence the animosity between supporters of both clubs. The colours of Rangers are royal blue, white and red.
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