Aberdeen FC has sent their congratulations to the youngsters of local side Lewis United 2003.
The latter club has just returned from the Norway Cup in Oslo, a competition featuring more than 1000 teams, with a remarkable record of 12 wins out of 12 games.
In recognition of their incredible success, the Dons have passed on a congratulatory message to their city colleagues, via STV.
The Lewis United under-12 squad were the only Scottish representatives at the international tournament, the biggest of its kind in world football.
But they did both themselves and their country proud.
An Aberdeen FC spokesman said: "Everyone at AFC congratulates Lewis United under-12s on what was a fantastic achievement at the Norway Cup.
"To go through a dozen matches with a 100% record is amazing at any level.
"But to achieve it in the world’s biggest youth event really is something! Well done to all those involved."
John Leishman, who was with Lewis United in Oslo, said the youngsters were on cloud nine.
He said: "They are as high as kites at the moment.
"They only had a couple of goals scored against them throughout the tournament and I don't think they fully realise what they have achieved for Scotland.
"They are true stars, all of them."
Lewis United were one of only two teams in the whole tournament to win all their games, but as the competition was set up to encourage youth participation, there was no overall winner.