It was 50 years ago today – Thursday 25 May, 1967 – that Celtic famously beat Inter Milan 2-1 to become the first British team to lift the European Cup.
Jock Stein's side had already claimed the domestic treble and got their hands on the iconic silverware thanks to victory over the Italian giants at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon.
The Scottish champions had beaten Zurich, Nantes, Vojvodina and Dukla Prague to reach the final while the Italians had taken care of Real Madrid among their games en route.
Internazionale, managed by Helenio Herrera, already had two European Cups to their name and took the lead through an early Sandro Mazzola penalty – an advantage they then looked to preserve with their famous Catenaccio defensive system.
Celtic, captained by Billy McNeill, dominated the match but were kept at bay by goalkeeper Giuliano Sarti until Tommy Gemmell thundered home the equaliser after 63 minutes. The Hoops continued to press and Stevie Chalmers scored the momentous winning goal six minutes from time when he turned in Bobby Murdoch's shot.
The following day the victorious team paraded the trophy round a packed Celtic Park as they celebrated their most famous triumph.
The Lisbon Lions