Kop or KOP may refer to:

  • KOP (album), an album by Turkish pop singer Mustafa Sandal
  • Koppie, an isolated rock hill, knob, ridge, or small mountain that rises abruptly from a gently sloping or virtually level surrounding plain
  • Border Protection Corps (Polish: Korpus Ochrony Pogranicza), a Polish military unit
  • Kansallis-Osake-Pankki, a former Finnish bank
  • King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, a suburban town located twenty miles west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • King of Prussia Mall, a grandiose shopping complex located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
  • The Knights of Prosperity, a TV series and the fictional title group of protagonists
  • Knights of Pythias, a social organization
  • Spion Kop (stadiums), a colloquial name or term for a number of terraces and stands at sports stadiums, particularly in the United Kingdom

Other articles related to "kop":

Ladislav Kopřiva
... Ladislav Kopřiva was a Czechoslovak communist during the era of Gottwald, after the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia took control of the country during a 1948 coup ... development as the Soviet Union." Kopřiva soon fell out of favor he was "voluntarily" relieved in late January 1952, to be replaced by Karol Bacílek, who would initiate yet more purges ...
Reclaim The Kop - Activities
... website, which published a series of "Reclaim the Kop" articles highlighting and encouraging the uniqueness of Liverpool's support through features such as photographs of homemade banners, poems, and ... On 6 January 2007, Reclaim the Kop organised a protest during the third round FA Cup match between Liverpool and Arsenal, which was broadcast live on the BBC ... On the day of the protest 12,000 fans in the Kop were given cards to hold up, forming a mosaic spelling out the words "The Truth" ...
Anya Rozova
... Anya Kanani Kop (rus ... Under the name Anya Kop, Rozova was the runner-up of the tenth cycle of America's Next Top Model ... on America's Next Top Model Rozova changed her surname from Kop to her original Russian surname, Rozova ...
Reclaim The Kop
... Reclaim The Kop, often referred to as RTK, is a campaign among fans of Liverpool Football Club to restore the matchday atmosphere within The Kop specifically, and ...
Terrace (stadium) - United Kingdom - Popularity
... By far the most common name was Spion Kop, named after the Battle of Spion Kop in the Boer War in South Africa in 1902 between Britain and the Boers ... such a name but by far the most famous was the Kop at Liverpool F.C.'s Anfield Road ground ... and farther afield would go on to regard their most popular end of their stadium as a Kop, even if, in most cases the end had another name, for example the Holte End at Aston ...