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Ibrox Stadium, originally Ibrox Park, home of Glasgow Rangers.
The present Gayfield Park is the home of Scottish football team Arbroath F.C.. It is the football stadium in Europe in closest proximity to the sea.
Queen's Park F.C. play Scottish football.
Everton football club
1) Celtic Park 2) Hampden Park 3) Ibrox Stadium
Yes by roughly 10000
Ayr United whom are currently in the Scottish second division.
Portadown Football Club.
Crystal Palace Football Club
Dunfermline Athletic Football Club
Rugby Park is the home of Kilmarnock F.C.
Queen's Park won the Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup in 1880.
Queen's Park won the Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup in 1884.
Celtic Park 60,355 Hampden Park 52,025 Ibrox Stadium 50,987 Pittodrie Stadium 21,421 Easter Road 20,421 Rugby Park 18,128 Tynecastle Stadium 17,529 Meadowbank Stadium 16,500 Tannadice Park 14,229 Fir Park 13,677 Note that Murrayfield Stadium is sometimes used for football. It has a capacity of 67,144.
Queen's Park Rangers (QPR)
Yes, Stenhousemuir FC play in the Scottish Football League at Ochilview Park, Stenhousemuir. They share a ground with East Stirlingshire FC.
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Kilmarnock Football Club is a Scottish football team based in the town of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Founded in 1869, "Killie" is the oldest club currently in the Scottish Premier League. Home matches are played at Rugby Park. Kilmarnock took part in the first ever official match in Scottish football against the now defunct Renton in 1873.
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