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Question 1: The new ________ of the Irish Free State was not recognised by the other Home Nations.
Football Association of IrelandThe Football AssociationScottish Football AssociationIrish Football Association

Question 2: The entrance to the stand is dominated by a façade constructed from ________, a local stone.
FelsicIgneous rockBasaltGranite

Question 3: It is a ________ construction with two tiers and a row of twelve executive boxes in between.
Beam (structure)Cantilever bridgeCantileverTruss bridge

Question 4: Therefore, this game would have been considered to be a match against ________ at the time, not Northern Ireland.
Irish peopleWalesIrelandPrehistoric Ireland

Question 5: Sections P, Q and R are designated for this purpose, however for matches against the ________ this increases to sections S and T and beyond if needed, stretching to the halfway line.
GlasgowGreater GlasgowGlasgow Science CentreOld Firm

Question 6: The site of the stadium is only 500m away from the ________, and with only the King's Links golf course between the stadium and the beach, the ground is one of the coldest football grounds in Britain.
Atlantic OceanEnglish ChannelBaltic SeaNorth Sea

Question 7: The ________ – held by Aberdeen at the time – had to be rescued by firemen.
2009–10 Scottish CupScottish Cup 2008–09Scottish Cup 2007–08Scottish Cup

Question 8: An earlier plan to move to the edge of the city, which corresponded with Scotland’s failed joint bid for the ________ tournament, has been scrapped.
Portugal national football teamUEFA European Football ChampionshipUEFA Euro 2008 squadsUEFA Euro 2008

Question 9: Pittodrie Stadium is a football stadium situated in the Scottish city of ________.
EdinburghGlasgowAberdeenDundee

Question 10: Normally, these matches are played at Hampden Park in ________.
GlasgowEdinburghDundeeLiverpool







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