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Jim - Queen Of The South FC Fan
Jim - Queen Of The South FC Fan
Jim - Queen Of The South FC Fan
Jim - Queen Of The South FC Fan
Jim - Queen Of The South FC Fan

March 2021


Until the start of the Covid 19 pandemic, Jim had never missed a Queen of the South FC home or away game in 28 years.

That means over 1000 games watched or 1,500 hours of football.

Jim even moved his wedding day to a Friday to avoid a clash with a Queen of the South FC match, hats off to him and also to his understanding wife!

Andrew - Hibernian FC Fan
Andrew - Hibernian FC Fan
Andrew - Hibernian FC Fan

April 2021


Andrew’s a superfan collector with enough Hibs jerseys to wear different shirts for each SPFL game from now until May 2026!

His collection of over 200 Hibernian FC tops has taken over 45 years, a lot of dedication, a ridiculous amount of cupboard space and some serious saving. And when he ran out of space, he had to get creative and turned a pile of shirts into a handmade Hibs FC armchair (perfect for enjoying a wee Glen's vodka of course 😉).

Andrew’s passion project sounds like a complete fantasy, but when Hibs won the Scottish Cup in 2016, his dreams came true thanks to David Gray who scored the injury time winning header at Hampden Park. The captain claimed the crucial goal to end the 114-year wait for a Scottish Cup trophy. Fairy tale stuff, and that’s why the 2016 Cup winning shirt is one of his favourites. Keep up the great work, Andrew!

Chic - Greenock Morton FC Fan
Chic - Greenock Morton FC Fan
Chic - Greenock Morton FC Fan
Chic - Greenock Morton FC Fan

May 2021


Chic lives and breathes Greenock Morton FC and he has been involved in every facet of the club; he’s rose to fame for jumping the advertising boards when a linesman twisted his ankle as Chic is a qualified referee. Chic was wearing his Greenock Morton FC shirt which caused quite a stir in the national news as the time, the Ton players didn’t help his cause after the game as they hugged and high fived him afterwards, which didn’t do his neutrality any favours!

This naturally gave him legendary status at the club; however, he took himself to a higher level when he saved the club from getting liquidated in the early 2000s when he was heavily involved in the Save the Ton group. His passion and dedication to fundraising and sponsorship kept the club going in hard times and got the club out of some tricky times and he still does a hell of a job now to keep the club ticking over.

So Chic, we raise a wee glass of Glen’s vodka and lemonade to you, for some legendary moments on and off the pitch, good on ye, you’ve never backed down from a challenge and you thoroughly deserve your spot in the Glen’s Hall of Fame. Cheers to you!

The fitba. For some, it's not just a game - it's a calling. The passionate ones. The dedicated ones. The weird and wonderful ones. The fans whose commitment captures the magic of our beautiful game. As the Official Spirit of Scottish Football, we think it's worth celebrating....

So, if you think you or someone you know is worthy of our Fans Hall of Fame, speak up! Got the star striker's face tattooed on your bahookey? Named your kids after the first team? Travelled the world following your club?

Let us know how you show the spirit of Scottish football.....


Glen's will reward fans who make it into the monthly Fans Hall of Fame.

You will be forever immortalised of course. But that's not all. We have prizes up for grabs including signed shirts, footballs and PPV tickets to watch the games.


Simply email with a few details and a photograph (with the individual's permission if it is on behalf of someone else) and you could win a SPFL prize, courtesy of Glen's Vodka.

C'mon, lets celebrate the true spirit of Scottish football!


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Entrants must be 25+ and visibly over the age of 25 to enter, must be based in the UK