Glasgow is renowned as being a tough place. Its hard streets belie a city of cultural status. It has the largest population in Scotland and is the fourth largest in the UK. It is a proud city full of prouder people, and rightly so, due to its heritage as a great ship building area. Whilst this has fallen away with time, the city has maintained its populus and is now know for its financial sectors. It also has a prosperous tech industry with companies like Web Design Glasgow based organisation https://www.design-hero.com/web-design/local-web-agency/glasgow/ for example.
To show how proud the city is it comes together, or more correctly divides, for four very important games in the year. They are usually the defining games of the Scottish premier league. It’s the match between Glasgow Rangers and Glasgow Celtic. To say that it is played with passion is a very big understatement.
It is reckoned to be one of the oldest derby matches (where 2 teams from the same city or town play against each other) in the world. So far, it is Rangers that have won the most matches with 168 to Celtics 161. 101 of them have resulted in a draw. The game is played under the shadow of sectarianism. The Protestants favour Rangers and the Catholics support Celtic. This has led to many unfortunate clashes off the field as well as on it.