Scottish Football Hall of Fame

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The Scottish Football Hall of Fame is located at the Scottish Football Museum. Nominations are made each year by fans and a committee selects the inductees.[1] The first inductions to the Hall of Fame were in 2004. Brian Laudrup and Henrik Larsson became the first players from outside Scotland to be inducted, in 2006.[2] Rose Reilly was the first woman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, in 2007.[3] As of 2014, there had been 93 inductions to the Hall of Fame.[4]

Members[edit]

Year Name Ref
2004 Jim Baxter [5]
2004 Billy Bremner [5]
2004 Matt Busby [5]
2004 Kenny Dalglish [5]
2004 Alex Ferguson [5]
2004 Hughie Gallacher [5]
2004 John Greig [5]
2004 Jimmy Johnstone [5]
2004 Denis Law [5]
2004 Dave Mackay [5]
2004 Danny McGrain [5]
2004 Jimmy McGrory [5]
2004 Billy McNeill [5]
2004 Willie Miller [5]
2004 Bobby Murdoch [5]
2004 Bill Shankly [5]
2004 Gordon Smith [5]
2004 Graeme Souness [5]
2004 Jock Stein [5]
2004 Willie Woodburn [5]
2005 Charles Campbell [6]
2005 Alex James [6]
2005 Joe Jordan [6]
2005 Bobby Lennox [6]
2005 Jim McLean [6]
2005 Alex McLeish [6]
2005 Alan Morton [6]
2005 Lawrie Reilly [6]
2005 William Waddell [6]
2005 John White [6]
2005 George Young [6]
2006 Davie Cooper [2]
2006 Tommy Gemmell [2]
2006 Richard Gough [2]
2006 Willie Henderson [2]
2006 Sandy Jardine [2]
2006 Henrik Larsson [2]
2006 Brian Laudrup [2]
2006 Willie Ormond [2]
2006 John Robertson [2]
2006 Billy Steel [2]
2006 Tommy Walker [2]
2007 Willie Bauld [3]
2007 Eric Caldow [3]
2007 Jimmy Cowan [3]
2007 Alan Hansen [3]
2007 Ally McCoist [3]
2007 Rose Reilly [3]
2007 Walter Smith [3]
2007 Gordon Strachan [3]
2007 Eddie Turnbull [3]
2008 Bobby Evans [1]
2008 Archie Gemmill [1]
2008 Derek Johnstone [1]
2008 Jim Leighton [1]
2008 Billy Liddell [1]
2008 Ian St. John [1]
2008 Bill Struth [1]
2008 John Thomson [1]
2009 Steve Archibald [7]
2009 Bertie Auld [7]
2009 Jimmy Delaney [7]
2009 Alan Gilzean [7]
2009 Mo Johnston [7]
2009 Paul Lambert [7]
2009 Willie Maley [7]
2009 David Meiklejohn [7]
2010 Craig Brown [8]
2010 Andy Goram [8]
2010 Bobby Johnstone [8]
2010 Paul McStay [8]
2010 David Narey [8]
2010 Tiny Wharton [8]
2011 Terry Butcher [9]
2011 Pat Crerand [9]
2011 Robert Smyth McColl [9]
2011 Ronnie Simpson [9]
2012 Pat Stanton [10]
2012 Bob McPhail [10]
2012 Gordon McQueen [10]
2012 Frank McLintock [10]
2012 Andrew Watson [10]
2013 Bobby Walker [11]
2013 Eddie Gray [11]
2013 Alan Rough [11]
2013 Scot Symon [11]
2013 Martin Buchan [11]
2013 Tommy Docherty [11]
2014 Bill Brown [4]
2014 Peter Lorimer [4]
2014 McCrae's Battalion [4]
2014 Davie Wilson [4]
2014 Charlie Nicholas [4]
2015 Bobby Brown [12]
2015 George Graham [12]
2015 Stewart Hillis [12]
2015 Ally MacLeod [12]
2015 Maurice Malpas [12]
2016 Stevie Chalmers [13]
2016 John Wark [13]
2016 Gary McAllister [13]
2016 Jock Wallace, Jr. [13]
2016 Alex Smith [13]
2017 John Clark [14]
2017 Willie Wallace [14]
2017 Jim Craig [14]
2017 John McGovern [14]
2017 Allan McGraw [14]
2017 Archie Macpherson [14]
2017 Queen's Park [14]
2017 Lisbon Lions [14]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Saunders, Steven (17 November 2008). "Scottish football welcomes eight new faces into the Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "2006". Scottish Football Museum. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Nine hoisted into Scotland's proud Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. 12 November 2007. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f Halliday, Stephen (27 October 2014). "McCrae's Battalion inducted into SFA Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. Retrieved 27 October 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t "2004". Scottish Football Museum. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "2005". Scottish Football Museum. Archived from the original on 28 September 2011. Retrieved 17 August 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h Tait, Moray (16 November 2009). "Eight more Scots greats enter Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. Retrieved 15 November 2010. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f Strachan, Colleen (15 November 2010). "Caldo hails Hibs spirit after fightback". Edinburgh Evening News. Johnston Press. Retrieved 15 November 2010. 
  9. ^ a b c d Pattullo, Alan (14 November 2011). "Pat Crerand and Terry Butcher among new boys in Hall of Fame". The Scotsman. Johnston Press. Retrieved 14 November 2011. 
  10. ^ a b c d e Halliday, Stephen (12 November 2012). "Football Hall of Fame: Pat Stanton and Gordon McQueen among five new inductees". The Scotsman. Johnston Press. Retrieved 12 November 2012. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f Pattullo, Alan (11 November 2013). "Football Hall of Fame: Bobby Walker inducted". The Scotsman. Johnston Press. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 
  12. ^ a b c d e Mullen, Scott (18 October 2015). "Ally MacLeod one of five inducted into Scottish Football Hall of Fame". Evening Times. Herald & Times Group. Retrieved 19 October 2015. 
  13. ^ a b c d e Fisher, Stewart (30 October 2016). "Lisbon hero Chalmers leads list of Hall of Fame inductees". The Herald. Herald & Times Group. Retrieved 31 October 2016. 
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h MacDonald, Kenny (16 October 2017). "Lisbon Lions legends Jim Craig, John Clark and Willie Wallace inducted into Scottish Football's Hall of Fame". The Scottish Sun. Retrieved 16 October 2017. 

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