The 25th May 1967 is a date ingrained into the DNA of every Celtic supporter. Their club will always be the first British winners of the European Cup, having beaten Inter Milan in the final with a late Stevie Chalmers goal, on a balmy Lisbon night - but for some, grainy YouTube clips and faded news cuttings of that glorious sixties evening are their main insight into the club's finest day. Launched ahead of the 50th anniversary of the triumph, I Remember 67 Well brings to life the legend and tells the full story of what is undoubtedly Celtic's greatest-ever footballing achievement - and one which may never be bettered. The momentous European campaign is replayed from that thumping 5-0 first-round aggregate win over Zurich. Set against the backdrop of global and news events that made headlines at home and abroad and the club's domestic achievements, which included pipping Rangers to the Scottish title, I Remember 67 Well gives Celtic supporters the opportunity to relive their greatest season, and one in which their club ruled Europe.
David Potter is 68 and lives in Kirkcaldy. He is married with three children and five grandchildren. He is a lifelong Celtic fan and has written more than twenty books on the club, its players and Scottish football. He is a retired teacher, and his other hobbies are cricket, drama and the poetry of Robert Burns.