2) Rangers F.C.
The Glasgow club has one of the loudest fans in the world. The club might be losing its competition against Celtic but the fans are always there for the club, the fans’ love for the club is immense. In the 2012-13 season, http://gty.im/113139007 the Teddy Bears recorded the 18th highest average league attendance in Europe. The Ibrox park has a record attendance of 118,576 which is the highest ever in Scottish football history. The club means everything for a Rangers fan. They show their support the most when they face their lifelong rivals Celtic. Comes the Glasgow derby day the Ibrox Park is absolutely bouncing. The ferocious and unrivaled chaos caused by the fans on Derby day makes it a standout fixture in world football.
1) Celtic F.C.
Celtic fans are some of the rowdiest, dedicated fans in the world. The Green and white army always stand by their team. Celtic Park, the home of Celtic is the sixth-largest stadium in the United Kingdom. Celtic’s record attendance in their home ground is whooping 83,500 against the Rangers on New Year’s Day 1938. Celtic and the Rangers have a historical rivalry. The two clubs are known as “The Old Firm”. The Bhoys fans received awards from FIFA and UEFA for their exemplary fair and cordial conduct after 80,000 fans had traveled to Seville for the 2003 UEFA Cup Final. The away support of the club shows how passionate its fanbase is and to what extent they can go for their team. Like most of the big European clubs, Celtic also have their Ultras named the Green Brigade who keep displaying their support through various TIFOs, banners, and loud chants.