Football is the most popular team in Scotland and the national team is a source of great pride amongst the people. The Scottish Football Association is the second oldest in the world and the national team, along with the English national team, is the world's oldest.
The top tier of domestic football is the Scottish Premier League. The league draws a large, loyal and often vocal following. In fact, per capita, the top level of Scottish football enjoys the largest following in Europe. The league is dominated by Celtic and Rangers; the Old Firm clubs. Both teams make regular appearances in European club competitions such as the Champions League and UEFA Cup.
Hampden Park is perhaps Scotland's best-known football stadium, it is the home to Queen's Park F.C and the Scottish national team. Other well-known stadiums are Celtic Park, Ibrox Stadium, Tynecastle Stadium and Pittodrie Stadium. Scotland's main international airports are located in Edinburgh and Glasgow. Fans travelling to Scotland to see their team play will find public transport is probably the best way to get to matches in the big cities, while travelling by car is often a better option. There is wealth of accommodation, so fans looking for B&Bs, guesthouses or hotels in Scotland will have plenty of choice.