Davie Hamilton

Celtic hero Davie Hamilton was born in Glasgow on 31 January 1882. Died 25 January 1950, aged 67

“I cannot forget little Hamilton, a forward of arts and parts, whose nimble trickeries along the touch have been so profitable to the team.”
From The Celtic Story, 1960.

Davie Hamilton in the news

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The Celtic Star · Apr 18, 2019

‘Let’s talk about Napoleon!’ David Potter

ON 18 April 1908, in a very one-sided Scottish Cup final, Celtic beat St.Mirren 5-1 before 58,000 at Hampden to lift the trophy for the sixth time...

The Celtic Star · Jan 20, 2019

Jim Craig – Celtic’s speedy outside-left Davie Hamilton

Speedy outside-left Davie Hamilton joined Celtic from Cambuslang Hibs in April 1902 and from that point on, he played his part in all the big Celtic moments of the following ten years, like the British Exhibition Cup win of 1902, when Celtic beat Rangers 3-2 at Cathkin, the six-in a –row championship successes between 1905...

The Celtic Star · Jan 8, 2019

Jim Craig – Celtic were on a roll towards a sixth title

In the years between 1905 and 1910, when Celtic won six consecutive league championships, very few players were used.

The Celtic Star · Nov 5, 2018

The story of the Celtic banner stolen from an Orange Walk

ON FRIDAY, 30 APRIL 1909 Celtic triumphantly brought to an end a period of twelve days in which they played eight games to win the Scottish League.

Jim Craig CSC · Oct 21, 2013

If You Know The History: 21st October 1882 Davie Hamilton was born in Glasgow

On this day in 1882, Davie Hamilton was born in Glasgow.

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