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, was an honour to meet you, you were a true gentleman πŸ’š god bless

Gillian reilly ~ 3 months ago

Always remembered Stevie πŸ’šπŸ€πŸ’šπŸ€πŸ’šπŸ€πŸ’šπŸ€πŸ’šπŸ€πŸ’š

Pauline Halliday ~ 3 months ago

Always loved being told the story of the night we won the European cup, Stevie will live on in the stories being passed on. YNWA πŸ€

Sharon skinner ~ 3 months ago

Thought and prayers are with your family and hopefully billy wait at the Pearly gates for you. R.I.P

James Smith ~ 3 months ago

Forever a Lion......RIP StevieπŸ˜₯πŸ€

Raymond Scott ~ 3 months ago

Rest easy Stevie you have joined you fellow Lions HH πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€πŸ’š

Miceal lynch ~ 3 months ago

Stevie you scored the winning goal We the Celtic people through out the world Are for ever grateful that your pathway in this life Has made you a legend for generations to come Glasgow Celtic is in your soul as it is ours To our Lisbon Lion May God Bless From all at Jimmy Johnstone’s Academy

Jimmy Johnstone Academy of football ~ 3 months ago

Rest In Eternal Peace Stevie, you'll never walk alone.

Angela Coyne ~ 3 months ago

RIP stevie chalmers legendπŸ€

John kelly ~ 3 months ago

God Bless, he will always be remembered a true Celtic legend.

Chris Mcglynn ~ 3 months ago

RIP hero

Ryan Kelly ~ 3 months ago

RIP Stevie, you're forever immortal now as you'll live on in our hearts for Celtic generations to come YNWA πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€

Andy Cairns ~ 3 months ago

RIP Stevie as a young lad I watched you play and score many times You were always my favourite player

Paul Mclaughlin ~ 3 months ago

God bless you Stevie as you were the creator of the legendary Lisbon Lions when you scored that famous goal in 1967. You are now at peace along with other legends and may God look over you all in Paradise. Rest in eternal peace Stevie. HHπŸ€πŸ’š

Derek Conway ~ 3 months ago

a former school friend st mungos primary town head Glasgow Scotland 1945 rest in peace stevie

'Chalmers' A name etched into Celtics history until the end of time Forever a Celtic Legend Thanks Stevie and rest easy

Andy Lowe ~ 3 months ago

Rest In Peace Stevie..LION..LEGEND..πŸ€ xx

Tracy Davidson ~ 3 months ago

rest easy stevie thanks for everything πŸ€πŸ†

Garry Anderson stirling ~ 3 months ago

February 20th, 1965 - as an 8 year old bhoy, I saw my first ever Celtic game at Hampden Park, a Scottish Cup victory versus Queens Park. Although Stevie did not score that day (although, as always, he played his part), he more than made up for it over the next 6 years, including, of course, THAT afternoon in Lisbon. There were many other occasions when he did find the net, and the fact that he is our 4th top scorer of all time tells its own story. More importantly, Stevie was loved and respected by everyone who knew and met him - a true gentleman. RIP Stevie.

Stephen McGrory ~ 3 months ago

You were a great player. You scored the winning goal. Thank you for everything you did for the fans. R.I.P Stevie G.B.N.F... Y.N.W.A... πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š

Francesca Visciona ~ 3 months ago

Born too late to see you play in the hoops, but brought up on stories of Legends. Your memory will live long in the hearts and minds of generations of the Celtic family. God Bless and rest in Peace YNWA.

Tony Beer ~ 3 months ago

In our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace πŸ’š

Theresa O’Neill ~ 3 months ago

I didn't see you play but you was part of the Lisbon Lions. Your a hero to the Celtic Family and I am sure you will be heaven with the Celtic greats. Allah bless you.

Pervaiz Khan ~ 3 months ago

The impact you and your lions had on European football cannot be underestimated. The legacy you helped create will live on, and that goal will remain in the memory of every Celtic supporter. Champions, 67

Brian Cruickshank ~ 3 months ago

RIP Stevie YNWA πŸ€

Danielle & Myles McGeady ~ 3 months ago

Play well up there in Paradise Stevie bhoy with all the other Lisbon Lions and thank you, your goal in 67 changed everything for us. RIP Hail Hail

Archie Dalrymple ~ 3 months ago

YNWA a true Bhoy

Conall murphy ~ 3 months ago

God Bless! A True Celtic Legend and True Gent, thanks for the memories.

James Riggans ~ 3 months ago

Rest in Peace legend, the greatest goal in our history. YNWA

Antony & Reilly Breen ~ 3 months ago

A wonderful ambassador for our club and the Man who scored the most important goal in our history. Always in our Hearts Stevie. HH

Harry Queen ~ 3 months ago