With 48 Scottish Championships and 37 Scottish Cups in their trophy cabinet, it’s fair to say that Celtic FC is a club synonymous with Scottish football. Along with their domestic successes, they were the first British club to win the European Cup, having done so in 1967. In this article , let us have a look at some of the most Iconic Moments in the history of Celtic FC.
Here are the 10 Most Iconic Moments In The History Of Celtic FC
6. Jock Stein becomes manager 
Jock Stein was appointed as Celtic’s manager in March 1965, becoming the club’s first Protestant manager. Under him, Celtic went on to witness their most successful era and began their reign of dominance.
5. European Cup 
Celtic complete their most glorious season by winning every competition entered: Scottish League, Scottish Cup, League Cup, Glasgow Cup and the European Cup. The climax of the season was the 2-1 victory over Inter Milan in the European Cup final played at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon on May 25, 1967. Celtic thus become the first British (and non-Latin) club to win Europe’s most coveted trophy.
4. Nine in a row 
Among Celtic’s many and varied triumphs there are few as noteworthy as the amazing charge to claim nine league championships in succession. This run of league triumphs would begin in season 1965-66 and end in 1973-74. A near decade of glory. The arrival of Jock Stein as manager in 1965 was of course the catalyst for this remarkable dominance of the domestic game.