Trips to the Highlands of Scotland are now a regular occurrence for fans of Scottish Premier League clubs holding football tickets for matches against Inverness Caledonian Thistle. And thanks to the specialised website Ticket4Football.com you can secure your own football tickets for games at the scenic Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, on the shores of the Moray Firth.
Inverness are one of Scotland's newest football clubs. They were formed in 1994 through the merger of two Highland League clubs, Caledonian and Inverness Thistle. After being voted into the Scottish League for season 1994-95, they won the Third Division in 1996-97 and two years later were promoted to the First Division.
On February 8, 2000, the Caley Jags recorded the most famous result in their history when they beat Celtic 3-1 at Parkhead in the Scottish Cup – prompting the famous Scottish Sun headline: "Super Caley Go Ballistic, Celtic Are Atrocious". ICT defeated Celtic again in the Scottish Cup in 2003, this time in Inverness, and a year later gained promotion to the Scottish Premier League. They were relegated in 2009 but gained promotion a year later and have enjoyed a successful season, playing attractive football under manager Terry Butcher.
The most important players in their short history have been Barry Wilson, Dennis Wyness and Ross Tokely, with Craig Brewster their most successful manager. Their current squad includes players from England (Eric Odhiambo), Spain (Dani Sanchez), Ireland (Richie Foran and Adam Rooney) and France (Kenny Gillet).
The record attendance at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium was set in 2008 when 7,753 saw Inverness play host to Rangers in the Scottish Premier League. The stadium's current capacity is 7,819.
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Last Updated : Thursday, October 01, 2015