In addition to formal demonyms, many nicknames are in common use for residents of the different countries, regions and places of the United Kingdom.For example, residents of Liverpool, formally referred to as Liverpudlians, are also referred to by the nickname Scousers.Some nicknames are a badge of pride; in other cases they may be regarded as offensive. Many of the names listed below are merely the nicknames of local football teams and are rarely, if ever, used in a non-football context.(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.)

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  • In addition to formal demonyms, many nicknames are in common use for residents of the different countries, regions and places of the United Kingdom.For example, residents of Liverpool, formally referred to as Liverpudlians, are also referred to by the nickname Scousers.Some nicknames are a badge of pride; in other cases they may be regarded as offensive. Many of the names listed below are merely the nicknames of local football teams and are rarely, if ever, used in a non-football context.(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) (en)
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  • In addition to formal demonyms, many nicknames are in common use for residents of the different countries, regions and places of the United Kingdom.For example, residents of Liverpool, formally referred to as Liverpudlians, are also referred to by the nickname Scousers.Some nicknames are a badge of pride; in other cases they may be regarded as offensive. Many of the names listed below are merely the nicknames of local football teams and are rarely, if ever, used in a non-football context.(This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.) (en)
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  • List of British regional nicknames (en)
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