Landmarks Across Glasgow Lit Up Green and White to Celebrate Celtic’s Lisbon Lions

Landmarks Across Glasgow Lit Up Green and White to Celebrate Celtic’s Lisbon Lions

Celtic celebrated the 50th anniversary of the greatest achievement in the club’s history last night.

It was on the 25th of May, 1967, that the Hoops defied all odds as they beat Inter Milan 2-1 to win the European Cup – becoming the first British club to do so.

Jock Stein’s Lisbon Lions overturned a one-goal deficit to beat an Italian side who were just about winning everything in one of Scotland’s greatest sporting achievements.

The famous win has been celebrated throughout the years and the club unveiled their new kit for next season which is a tribute to their best ever team.

But last night, thousands of fans took to the SSE Hydro in Glasgow where Rod Stewart, the Bay City Rollers, Alex Ferguson and many more famous names made an appearance to ‘Celebrate ’67’.

And several landmarks throughout the city were lit up in green and white as fans made their way home from the arena.

Brendan Rodgers also made an appearance at the


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