The annual indoor tournament began in 1984, a two-day six-a-side event squeezed into January involving Scotland’s top teams, with each match lasting 15 to 20 minutes.
The annual indoor tournament began in 1984, a two-day six-a-side event squeezed into January involving Scotland’s top teams, with each match lasting 15 to 20 minutes. Rangers were the first winners on the artificial turf at the Coasters Arena in Falkirk, and after moving to Ingliston a permanent home was found at Glasgow’s SECC. This was Celtic’s only victory, coming with a 4-2 win over St Johstone in the final before a capacity 7,500 crowd.
John Collins lifted the trophy and is pictured flanked by Tennent’s models Avril Archibald, left, and Catherine McClelland. “There’s more to come,” proclaimed Celtic’s stand-in captain, in the absence of Paul McStay, but Celtic didn’t win a thing for three more years.
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