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Kop, the a high bank of terracing at certain soccer grounds where spectators formerly stood, notably at Liverpool Football Club. The name comes from Spion Kop, site of a Boer War battle in which troops from Lancashire led the assault (Liverpool then being part of Lancashire).
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