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Ross County Football Club
Victoria Park
Dingwall
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Ross County F.C. is the most northerly professional football club in Scotland. The team is proud of its homeland and its heritage and is committed to serving the Highlands and Islands community. The team is nicknamed 'The Staggies' and a Stag is depicted on the club crest. Ross County plays its home games at Victoria Park, Dingwall, which has a capacity of 6,310. The team was founded in 1929 and has played most of its football in the Highland League. The Staggies won the Highland League championship in 1967, 1991 and 1992. Ross County also has a proud tradition in the Scottish Cup, having beaten Scottish Football League opposition on eight occasions whilst members of the Highland League. The most memorable of these was in 1994 when Ross beat Forfar Athletic 4-0. Three days later Ross County was elected to the Scottish Football League for the first time in the club's history. The team has shown ambition since joining the SFL, signing big name managers and players such as Mark Hateley, former Rangers, Portsmouth and England star. The Staggies managed to reach the second tier but were recently relegated back to the third tier. Ross won its first national trophy in 2006, beating Clyde on penalties to win the Scottish Challenge Cup.


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