History. Finals 1946-1988. Contents 1 Results and fixtures The league was won at Ibrox with a 4-0 demolition of Hearts. The 1888–89 season was the first season of football by.Please help this article by looking for better, more reliable sources. It was contestedas fiercely as the League or the Scottish Cup by member clubs who were senior clubs in the Glasgow area. They also secured their first win at Parkhead since 1980, 2-1 in March. The 1987–88 season was Celtic's 99th season of competitive football, and also marked the club's centenary. Finals 1888-1945. Unreliable citations may be challenged or deleted.Learn how and when to remove these template messages,Learn how and when to remove this template message,http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/1888-12-05%3A+SFA+meeting+orders+Clyde+Cup+tie+replay,http://www.thecelticwiki.com/page/1889-02-05%3A+Scottish+Cup+Final%2C+Protest+Meeting,https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1888–89_Celtic_F.C._season&oldid=968588335,Articles needing additional references from June 2017,All articles needing additional references,Articles lacking reliable references from June 2017,Articles with multiple maintenance issues,Short description with empty Wikidata description,Pages using football kit with incorrect pattern parameters,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License,This page was last edited on 20 July 2020, at 08:35. History. During the autumn, Celtic were knocked out of the,"A heart stopping finish leaves Celtic one step closer to double glory","Results for Season 1987/1988 in All Competitions","Mixed feelings as Walker joins up and McClair signs off","McClair price is right for United at £850,000",https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1987–88_Celtic_F.C._season&oldid=953275001,Scottish football championship-winning seasons,Short description with empty Wikidata description,Pages using infobox football club season with unknown parameters,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License,This page was last edited on 26 April 2020, at 15:50. Summary. Results against Celtic were pivotal in the Championship race, winning 5-1 and 4-1 at Ibrox. Celtic scorer(s) European Cup 7 September 1988 Bozsik Stadion, Budapest (A) Budapest Honvéd: 0–1 EC1: 5 October 1988 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H) Budapest Honvéd: 4–0 EC1: Billy Stark, Andy Walker, Frank McAvennie, Mark McGhee: 26 October 1988 Celtic Park, Glasgow (H) Werder Bremen: 0–1 EC2: 8 November 1988 Weserstadion, Bremen (A) Werder Bremen: 0–0 EC2 Celtic: Glasgow: 19:30 GMT: Stadium: Ibrox Park Attendance: 40,741: Club Staff. During the 1988–89 Scottish football season, Celtic competed in the Scottish Premier Division. Billy McNeill returned as manager, following four years in England with Manchester City and Aston Villa. The playing squad saw a large turnaround in the summer of 1987, with,Celtic made a strong start to their league campaign, and went on to win their 34th league championship title. Rangers regained their league title and retained the League Cup, but defeat by Celtic in the Scottish Cup final ended their hopes of a domestic treble.Graeme Souness's acquisition of English players continued with the signing of,Hearts enjoyed the best European run out of all the Scottish clubs, reaching the quarter finals of the,Results for Scotland's participants in European competition for the 1988-89 season,Scotland national football team 1980–99 results,"Scottish Division One 1988-1989 Season Summary",https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1988–89_in_Scottish_football&oldid=963405143,Articles with unsourced statements from September 2020,Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License,This page was last edited on 19 June 2020, at 17:03. The Glasgow Football Association Cup was, in its time, an important competition and had thestatus of a 1st Class competition. They competed in the Scottish Cup, Glasgow Exhibition Cup, Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup, Glasgow Cup and Glasgow North Eastern Cup. Davie Hay was dismissed as manager in the close season following the team's failure to win any trophies during season 1986–87. Board of Directors; Position Name Chairman Thomas Devlin Vice-Chairman Jack McGinn Secretary Chris White Directors Jim Farrell Tom Grant Kevin Kelly Chris White Football Staff; Position Name Manager David Hay: Assistant Manager Frank Connor: The Glasgow Cup 1887-1988. Celtic were handed a trip to face either Riga FC of Latvia or Tre Fiori of San Marino in the draw for the third qualifying round of the Europa League made on Tuesday.... more » 28.08.2020 20:14