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Rival or Rivals may refer to:
Literature, music, and media
- "Rival" (Pearl Jam song), a song on Pearl Jam's 2000's album Binaural
- "Rival" (Pokémon song), the second opening theme song of the Pocket Monsters series
- "Rival" (Romeo Santos song), a 2012 song from Romeo Santos debut album Formula, Vol. 1 featuring Mario Domm.
- The Rivals, a one-off group formed by Benny Andersson for the song "2nd Best to None"
- "Rivals" (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), the eleventh episode of the second season of the television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
- "The Rivals" (The O.C. episode), the 17th episode of the FOX television series, The O.C.
- Comic book villain The Rival, enemy of The Flash
- The Rivals, a 1775 play by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
- "Rivals" (Frasier), an episode of the TV show Frasier
- Rivals (1923 film), a silent German film directed by Harry Piel
- Rivals (1925 film), a 1925 film starring Oliver Hardy
- The Challenge: Rivals, season 21 of the MTV reality game show
- The Rivals (band), an English punk band
- Rivals (novel), 1988 novel by Jilly Cooper
- Need for Speed: Rivals, a 2013 racing video game
- Rivals, also known as The Stalking of Laurie Show, a 2000 TV film
- Rivalry (film), a 1953 Italian film
- Aeros Rival, a Ukrainian competition paraglider
- Rivals in sports (see List of sports rivalries)
- Rivals.com, a network of United States-based sports Web sites with a particular emphasis on college sports and a subordinate emphasis on recruiting
- College rivalry
- Rivalry (economics)
- Monocular rivalry and Binocular rivalry in visual perception
- Sibling rivalry
- The Rival Company, an American appliance maker
- The Rivals (mountain), a mountain on the Llŷn peninsula in Gwynedd
- Rivals, Kentucky
- Rival (sternwheeler), a sternwheel steamboat
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