Celtic F.C Signed Shirt by 7 (1967 European Champions)
The 1967 European Cup Final was played between Internazionale & Celtic F.C. It took place at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal on 25th May 1967 in front of a crowd of 45,000. The match was Celtic’s first European final and turned out to be a triumphant debut as they won 2-1, with goals from Gemmell & Charmers.
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Celtic F.C Signed retro shirt by 7 of the team that won the 1967 European Cup, known as the “Lisbon Lions”.
– Signatures include: Billy McNeill, goalscorers Tommy Gemmell and Stevie Chalmers, Bobby Lennox, Bertie Auld, John Clark and Jim Craig.
– 100% Authentic Hand Signed Autograph.
– Signed in a private signing session.
– Certification of Authenticity supplied with every purchase.
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