Dundee United Football Club
Dundee United Football Club
Football Team
Soccer

Dundee United Football Club

1909 Dundee


Dundee United Football Club is a Scottish soccer team based in the city of Dundee. Founded in 1909 under the name Dundee Hibernian until 1923 when it was changed to its current name. 

The team is known as The Terrors or The Tangerines and their supporters are known as the Arabs. The club has had the color orange in their kit as a tradition since 1960. Dundee play their home games at the Tannadice Park stadium,

Dundee is a historic team in Scotland as it was one of the clubs that founded the Scottish First Division in 1988 and until 2015 was one of the clubs that remained active every season in the Scottish First Division, in that year the club was relegated to the Second Division for the first and only time in its history.

The club has won 1 league title, 2 Scottish Cups and 2 Scottish League Cups. At international level, the club recorded a streak of 14 consecutive seasons qualifying for the UEFA Champions League from 1976 to 1990, with its highest achievement being runner-up in the tournament in 1987.

The club has a rivalry with the team of the same city, Dundee FC, one of the characteristics of both clubs is that their sports facilities and stadium are the closest to each other at professional level in the world.

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