Celtic - First British European Football Cup Winners 50th Anniversary

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The 1967 European Cup Final, was a football match between Italian team Internazionale and Scottish team Celtic. It took place at the Estádio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal on 25 May 1967 in front of a crowd of 45,000. It was the final of the 1966–67 European Cup, the premier club competition in Europe. The match was Celtic's first European final. Internazionale scored after seven minutes with a converted penalty. Celtic equalised with a goal in the 63rd minute then took the lead with a second goal after 84 minutes. The match finished 2–1 to Celtic with them becoming the first British football team to win the cup. Celtic's manager Jock Stein and the team received acclaim after the match and were given the nickname the Lisbon Lions.

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The 1967 European Cup Final, was a football match between Italian team Internazionale and Scottish team Celtic. It took place at the Estádio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal on 25 May 1967 in front of a crowd of 45,000. It was the final of the 1966–67 European Cup, the premier club competition in Europe. The match was Celtic's first European final. Internazionale scored after seven minutes with a converted penalty. Celtic equalised with a goal in the 63rd minute then took the lead with a second goal after 84 minutes. The match finished 2–1 to Celtic with them becoming the first British football team to win the cup. Celtic's manager Jock Stein and the team received acclaim after the match and were given the nickname the Lisbon Lions.