A football kicked over the net at Banks o' Dee FC's riverside ground in Aberdeen washed up in Norway
The ball was booted over the 25ft net at Banks o' Dee FC's riverside ground in Aberdeen by an under-19s team player.
It landed in the River Dee, floated into the North Sea and was then carried all the way across to the Norwegian island of Vanna.
Johnny Mikalsen found the ball and was still able to read the club's name on it and got in touch with them.
He emailed: "Hi! You properly [sic] have one of the best long distance kickers in the world.
The ball landed in the River Dee and floated into the North Sea
Club secretary Tom Ewan said the team loses about two balls a month
"The football is just a little bit dirty after such a long distance, but fully usable. See enclosed picture."
It happens semi-regularly actually. We lose about two balls a month
Club secretary Tom Ewan said: "It happens semi-regularly actually. We lose about two balls a month.
"We just never realised this is where they might be ending up."
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He added: "The man who found the ball has actually won a local competition to come over and visit Scottish distilleries.
"We have, of course, invited him to our hospitality and to asked him to visit us when he comes over – but he has to bring the ball."