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The early 60s were a hard time for Celtic until Jock Stein was brought in as manager, breathing new life into the club and winning the Scottish Cup in just six weeks.
When Real Madrid legend Alfredo Di Stefano invited Celtic to play at his farewell game in Madrid, it was the Glasgow side's opportunity to prove themselves as European champions.
On September 20, 1967 Queen Elizabeth II officially named and launched her namesake liner at the John Brown shipyard in Clydebank.
John Greig and Tommy Gemmell on Scotland’s famous victory over England in 1967.
Tommy Gemmell tells the story of Real Madrid v Celtic and how the Hoops beat Alfredo Di Stefano’s team.
Celtic legend Billy McNeill says despite winning the 1967 European Cup, he has one regret over the post-match celebrations.