Steve Chalmers

Read all the news about Lisbon Lion and Celtic hero Steve Chalmers. Steve Chalmers was born in Glasgow on 26 December 1935 (age 82).

Chalmers played for 13 seasons for Celtic between February 1959 and September 1971, helping the side to six league titles, three Scottish Cups and five League Cups, as well as being part of the Lisbon Lions side. After leaving Celtic Park, he had brief spells with Greenock Morton and Partick Thistle before his playing retirement in 1975. (He did make a very brief comeback with junior club St Roch’s during the 1975–76 season.)

His career being most successful at Celtic, Stevie Chalmers scored the fourth most goals for the club and is remembered as one of the greatest players ever for Celtic. Chalmers’ son Paul would also later play for Celtic. Chalmers’ father, David, played for Clydebank.

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The Celtic Star · Aug 22

That Was the Celtic Goal That Was – Steve Chalmers, 26 April 1969

Celtic complete the domestic treble as they thumped their city rivals 4-0 in front of over 130,000 fans at Hampden Park.

The Celtic Star · Aug 22
Jim Craig CSC · Dec 24, 2012

If You Know The History: 26th December 1994 Aberdeen 0 Celtic 0

26th December 1994 Aberdeen 0 Celtic 0 A number of memorable Celtic moments have occurred on Boxing Day through the years.

Jim Craig CSC · Dec 24, 2012
Jim Craig CSC · Sep 25, 2011

25th September 1968 Celtic 4 Hamilton 2

Manager Jock Stein must really have been looking forward to the LC QF 2nd leg tie against Hamilton at Parkhead on this day in 1968. 10-0 up from the first leg, thanks to five goals each by Bobby Lennox and Steve Chalmers, he knew he could afford to give o...

Jim Craig CSC · Sep 25, 2011
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