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Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club is one of the younger Scottish league clubs having been formed in 1994 through the merger of Caledonian Thistle F.C. and Inverness Thistle F.C, the long name is often shortened to just Inverness. Thistle play their home games in the 7,512 capacity Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, Inverness in Scotland. The stadium sits beside the Moray Firth making it one of the more attractive settings for a stadium in the country.

As a young club the players in the red and blue kit have not yet held aloft any top level trophies, though they have beaten Glasgow giants Celtic twice in the Scottish Cup, one victory coining a memorable newspaper headline of Super Cally Go Ballistic - Celtic Are Atrocious!

Players to have represented their countries while playing for Inverness include Marius Niculae for Romania, Bull McKay for Northern Ireland, Richard Hastings and Davide Xausa for Canada and Andrew Shinnie for Scotland.

Inverness CT wear an all blue home kit with red trim and their shirts are designed and produced by Italian brand Errea. Although the club have never won the Scottish Premier League they have won the Scottish First Division on two occasions in 2004 and 2010. In recent times the club have had several managers including Terry Butcher, Craig Brewster, Charlie Christie, Donald park and John Robertson.

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