From footballers to entertainers and politicians to stars from sports teams, there is something for everyone in the Scottish football landscape.
In this edition of BBC Sport Scotland’s Best of the Top 100, we have picked our 100 best clubs from around the world, with each club having a different star power.
Read more: Best of BBC Scotland’s Top 100: A look at Scotland’s footballersThis list looks at who has had the most impact and influence on Scottish football, and what they mean for the game, beyond the likes of Scottish Cup winners Rangers.
We look at the stars of Scottish football as well as the talent on offer, as well the history of the game and how it is played.
The top 10:Argyle The Scottish Football League’s top side since 2011, Argyle have won the Scottish Cup four times.
The club has also won two Scottish Cups in a row, including last year’s championship, which they beat to take home the trophy.
In addition to winning the title, Arry’s squad have won promotion back to the Scottish Premier League three times and reached the semi-finals of the Europa League in 2017.
The club have won a Scottish Cup in each of the last five seasons and in 2018 they secured promotion to the Premier League with victory at home to Hearts.
They have also been runners-up to Celtic in the European Cup, a feat that has been matched only by Rangers, who also won the trophy in 2019.
It is the Scottish league’s third title in the last 10 years, having won the league in 2007 and 2009, and the club have been runners up to the champions in each one of the previous two years.
The first of these two titles was won by the club in 2010, with the second in 2015, which is the most recent time they have been in the top flight.
Aberdeen The Dons have been the best side in the SPL since 2012, when they won the championship and went on to win the league title in 2016 and the Scottish Football Association Cup in 2017, the latter being the club’s third league title.
Dons manager Derek McInnes has led them to four league titles in his time, with another four trophies in his short time at the helm.
The side won the title in 2006 and have also qualified for the Europa Cup once, with both of those titles being won in 2014.
Derek McInnis won the SPL title in 2008 and they have also finished runners up in the Champions League three of the past four seasons.
The last of those, the 2015-16 season, saw them finish runners up, while the previous season, they finished bottom of the table.
Dundee UnitedThe team that took the Scottish Premiership from the league champions in 2008, they have won seven successive league titles.
They are currently in second place in the league with a total of five league titles to their name, the most in Scottish football history.
Duty-free status in the EFL means that the club are able to operate without the requirement to pay for a Scottish licence.
In the Scottish Super League, the club won the 2014 title with a team that was only 20 years old, so the likes that they have today.
They won promotion in the 2015/16 season to the EPL with victory over Aberdeen, with a record crowd of 18,076.
This is the club that first took the crown in the FPL, in the 2014/15 season.
They went on a run of four successive promotions, reaching the final of the Championship last season, but were knocked out in the semi final.
In terms of goals, the team has scored a record 21,521, and in the Premier league, they had an average of 3,898 per game, which means that they are currently third in the total number of goals scored in the entire league.DUBLIN Celtic won the European Cups in 1999 and 2006 with the same team, but the club had to wait until the second half of the 2008/09 season before they were promoted.
The team won the cup in 2009, after a 3-1 win over Rangers in the final.
They were also runners up at the 2013/14 and 2014/2015 seasons.DUPES Dundee United are the second oldest club in the second tier of English football, having been established in 1921.
They were first promoted to the second division in 1987 and have since made three league appearances in the competition.
They have won their past three league titles, winning the league twice and the Europa league in 2012.
They had the first ever win in the UEFA Cup, beating FC Koln in the third round.
In 2012, the FAI approved the club for promotion back into the top division.
The clubs most notable achievement in the history is a record of 19 consecutive league titles which have been equalled by only Celtic and Rangers, but it is the