Stevie Chalmers

Book of Remembrance

Stevie Chalmers Book of Remembrance

Celtic Football Club have created this book of remembrance to celebrate the life of one of Celtic’s greatest ever goalscorers, Stevie Chalmers.

Messages have come in from around the world, and from fans of all clubs. We are grateful to everyone who has taken the time to pay their respects.

Supporters wishing to share their thoughts, memories and stories can do so by submitting a message here

RIP Stevie Chalmers. What a legend

Liam fox ~ 2 years ago


Yer dug has tits ~ 2 years ago

Again in Paradise. Sleep well . HH💚☘💚

Odie Condron ~ 2 years ago

Thanks for everything Stevie,Us Celtic supporters owe you so much,Your immortal now.Hail Hail

Thomas Moran ~ 2 years ago

Rip ynwa another to join big jock

Daniel given ~ 2 years ago


Aidan o'Hagan ~ 2 years ago

R.I.P Stevie.. you will forever live on in everyones memories...HH YNWA🍀

Niomi Hegarty ~ 2 years ago

Thanks for securing us the big cup and also for the many other goals you scored. You are immortal now forever 💚

Dec ~ 2 years ago

R.I.P. stevie and deepest condolences to the entire chalmers family

James cunnigham ~ 2 years ago

R. I. P. Stevie. You'll never walk alone.

Pat cavanagh ~ 2 years ago

Thank you for playing for Celtic and giving me and my family happy memories. Sorry for your wife and all the famiy you left behind. You will never be forgotten and your family will know that and I hope it helps them in their time of grieve .

Tam Byrne ~ 2 years ago

RIP Stevie. Your place in football history will never be forgotten

Paul Nilen ~ 2 years ago

Farewell to a great. The man who scored the most important goal in the history of Scottish football. R.I.P. Stevie

Graham ~ 2 years ago

An inspiration to everyone whoever they support total gentleman we are now 2 heros short .heros forever

mark deane ~ 2 years ago

RIP Stevie. You will live on in the hearts of Celtic supporters forever.

Fran Mullin ~ 2 years ago


Thomas Hughes ~ 2 years ago

Deepest condolences, Thank you for the Greatest goal in our history and all your contributions to our great club, hail hail and god bless

Matthew Graham ~ 2 years ago

I'm too young to have seen you play but videos I have seen and stories I have heard I'm thankful for everything you gave to our great club. You will always be remembered as one of the greatest ever Celts. R. I. P Stevie

Joseph Morrison ~ 2 years ago

RIP Stevie and god bless to your family. Your goal and contribution to the lions will live forever.

Patrick McKay ~ 2 years ago

God bless Stevie and thinking of your family in this sad time. You will forever be remembered as scoring our most important goal in Lisbon! Thanks for the memories

Chris Power ~ 2 years ago

RIP Uncle Stevie thanks for all the memories and making me proud to be part of the chalmers family. You will be sadly missed by all. You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Marc Chalmers ~ 2 years ago

RiP to the man who scored the goal. Gone but Never Forgotten.

Ryan Nevin ~ 2 years ago

Will never be forgotten especially for the goal in Lisbon,Rest In Peace Stevie Chalmers.

Lloyd Jepson ~ 2 years ago

Men May Die .......But Legends .....Well They Live Forever In Our Hearts And Minds ...Thank You ...HH....YNWA ....RIP Stevie Chalmers

The Cummins Family ~ 2 years ago

I wasn't alive when you played, but I've watched numerous goaks from your era, you were a rue Bhoy, a Celtic legend. '67 couldn't have been won without you. Rest In Peace.

Gary Colville ~ 2 years ago

Thanks for that goal and the many more, a true gentleman, legend, hero and Lisbon Lion! Thoughts with you, your family, friends and team mates at this sad time! Legends live forever YNWA RIP 🍀

LIAM THOMAS ~ 2 years ago

Your name Your goal will never ever be forgotten. Forever in our Celtic hearts YNWA GBNF

Michael Tonner ~ 2 years ago

RIP legend... gone but never ever forgotten. The Lion sleeps tonight.

Scott Govan ~ 2 years ago

God bless and rest in piece

John traynor ~ 2 years ago

He won us the big cup and wont be forgotten Rest in peace HH

Aidan ~ 2 years ago