The European Cup, or Champions League, is seen as the pinnacle of club football throughout the continent.
Only 21 teams from around Europe have managed to get their hands on that most elusive of prizes, and only 13 players from the current SPL have had the honour of representing one of those clubs outside of our own country.
So who are this lucky 13?
Danny Buijs (Kilmarnock and Feyenoord)
The Killie holding midfielder joined last summer from ADO in the Netherlands. He started his career at 1970 winners Feyenoord, but didn't manage a game and moved to feeder club Excelsior on loan. Two years of excellent form at Groningen meant that he earned a move back to Feyenoord in 2006, playing 51 times.
Kris Commons (Celtic and Nottingham Forrest)
Scotland winger Commons started his career at Stoke City, but really rose to prominence with 1979 and 1980 European Cup winners Nottingham Forest. He played 138 league matches for Forest before moving to rivals Derby County and then Celtic.
Steven Davis (Rangers and Aston Villa)
The Northern Ireland captain started his career with 1982 champions Aston Villa, making 102 appearances. He moved to Fulham for a season before joining Rangers in 2008.
Peter Enckelman (St Johnstone and Aston Villa)
Another with membership via Villa Park, Enckelman made 68 appearances at Villa Park before successive moves to Blackburn and Cardiff. He joined St Johnstone in 2011.
Yoann Folly (Aberdeen and Nottingham Forest)
The Togo international moved to Southampton from Saint Etienne in 2003 and was loaned to Preston North End, Sheffield Wednesday and - for one game - Nottingham Forest. Spells at Plymouth Argyle and Dagenham and Redbridge followed before he moved to Aberdeen in 2010.
Dorin Goian (Rangers and Steaua Bucharest)
The Romanian defender arrived in Scotland from Palermo, but had previously played for the 1986 European Champions Steaua Bucharest.
David Healy (Rangers and Manchester United)
The other curveball, Healy played one league match for Manchester United before finding his goalscoring form at Preston North End. Norwich, Leeds, Fulham, Sunderland, Ipswich and Doncaster followed and in 2011 he moved North to play for Rangers.
Rabiu Ibrahim (Celtic and PSV)
Although he hasn't yet played for Celtic, Nigerian Ibrahim has already starred twice for the 1988 European Cup winners, PSV Eindhoven.
Glenn Loovens (Celtic and Feyenoord)
... and we end our straight alphabetical run. The Dutchman arrived in Scotland from Cardiff but started his career at 1970 European Cup winners Feyenoord, playing 25 times for the club.
Isaiah Osbourne (Hibernian, Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest)
Tenacious midfielder Osbourne has the unique honour of being the only player on this list to have played for two clubs outside of Scotland that have won the European Cup. Osbourne started at Aston Villa, playing 19 league matches. He moved to Nottingham Forest on loan in 2009 and had spells at Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough before moving to Easter Road in 2011.
Rudi Skacel (Hearts and Marseille)
The goal-getting midfielder played 20 times for the 1993 European Cup winners after joining them from Slavia Prague in 2003. He went out on loan to Panathinaikos in 2004 and followed that with his first spell at Hearts. Southampton, Hertha Berlin, Slavia (again) and Larissa followed before returning to Gorgie Road in 2010.
Iain Turner (Dunfermline and Nottingham Forest)
The on-loan Preston North End goalkeeper moved from Stirling Albion to Everton in 2003. While at Goodison he racked up a number of clubs on loan: Chester City, Doncaster, Wycombe Wanderers, Crystal Palace, Sheffield Wednesday, Coventry City and... Nottingham Forest. He joined Dunfermline on loan in January.
Kelvin Wilson (Celtic and Nottingham Forest)
Wilson played for both Nottingham sides, sandwiched between a spell at Preston North End. He joined Celtic in 2011.
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