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A person who supports which ever sports team (football, basketball etc...) is doing the best. He/she will say that they have supported that team for 'ages'. This is not true.
by Starsky July 30, 2003
 
1.
Someone who supports a team (especially a football team) that is neither based in or near the town of their birth nor is even anywhere near where the 'supporter' resides. Although family connection is often cited as a reason for said support, essentially glory supporters' only reason for supporting a team is them having a history, and future chance, of winning trophies. Typically, a glory supporter knows little about football and has rarely, if ever, been to watch 'their' team play.
99% of Manchester United fans are glory supporters, coming, as they do, from outside of Manchester.

"My Grandad was a Liverpool fan, so I have to be". Notice how such a glory supporter will automatically follow the most prestigious team that any other family member supports.
by Gypside March 27, 2010
 
3.
A person who supports which ever sports team (football, basketball etc...) is doing the best. He/she will say that they have supported that team for 'ages' or that they have 'family ties' to the team or that 'they like the way the team plays.'
A london based man utd fan can be described as a glory supporter.
by man_utd_fan May 06, 2009
 
4.
Some one who follows a sporting team only because the team are doing well in the tournament and are top of the league table,Or some one who follows a team because their boyfriend or girlfriend follows that team
"I support Manchester united"

Why do you support Manchester united?

"Because they win all the time and are top of the table"

You then sir are what I would call a glory supporter
by rhomsy May 02, 2011