What Does SKOL Mean? The Origin Of The Cheer #SKOL Vikings

What does SKOL mean? Why do Minnesota Vikings fans use #SKOL on social media and why is SKOL Vikings a popular phrase in Minnesota? In the video above, we take a look at the origin of #SKOL, the chant that the entire sports world is discussing this week.

On Sunday night, Vikings completed a last-ditch heave to Stefon Diggs near the sideline on the game's final play, and he miraculously avoided tackle and tip-toed down the sideline for a 61-yard walk-off touchdown for a 29-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs.

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The Vikings will now travel to Philadelphia to play in the NFC Championship against the Eagles. The Eagles home field, Lincoln Financial Field, will be full of "Fly Eagles Fly" chants, but we are betting that plenty of "SKOL"s will be heard too.

You've heard Minnesota Vikings fans say it all season long, but do you know the definition of SKOL? Or the origin of the word? The answer may surprise you! And what famous soccer team did Vikings fans imitate by saying this word? Watch to find out!

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