IT'S not like playing on a rainy day at Stoke, but it must be chilly.
In 1992, FC Santa Claus – who play their games at Lapland – were formed when Finish teams Rovaniemen Reipas and Rovaniemen Lappi combined.
And they can officially lay claim to being the most Christmassy football club EVER.
Their honorary boss is Saint Nick, better known as Santa Claus to children around the globe.
Often, he's seen at matches and the club's crest features his image checking his naughty or nice list.
While their club colours are in honour of their Santa's famous attire, with red and white home kits and white and green away designs too.
FC Santa Claus played their first professional match in 1993, and once reached the heady heights of the Finnish third division.
Not bad for a side that's made primarily of part-timers – that's students and locals who work at the Christmas market or at the post office that receives letters for Santa Claus.
The club, themselves, realise their status and have gained popularity all around the world.
And they do their bit for charity – teaming up with UNICEF to donate proceeds from their kits to the organisation renowned for their work for children in danger.
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