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    Football match at crowded Hampden Park stadium in Glasgow.

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    Hampden Park Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland.

    Various shots of the mass crowds watching a football match at Hampden Park stadium, Glasgow. Two policemen escorting a youngster with long hair outside. Various shots of the football match. More shots of the crowd watching the match and the match. Brass band marching across field, playing. Several guardsmen helping a woman seated on grass - she is unwell. More shots of the brass band wearing Scottish tartan marching and playing. Crowd looking on. Players coming on the field for the second half. Various shots of the match and the crowd watching. People cheering, a goal is scored.

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    Film ID:
    3343.02
    Media URN:
    91978
    Group:
    Unissued unused
    Archive:
    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    Sound:
    Mute
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:09:50:00
    Time in/Out:
    01:01:27:00 / 01:11:17:00
    Canister:
    UN 4571 E

Comments (2)

  1. GeorgeC says

    Match is Celtic (hoops) v Hibernian. Only meeting between the teams at that time at Hampden was Scottish League Cup Final on 5 April 1969. Game was due to be played in October 1968 but a fire at Hampden caused a delay. Celtic won 6-2.

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  2. charliebhoy says

    Pretty sure this is erroneous. Celtic did indeed play Hibs at Hampden in October 68. But the playing footage includes Kenny Dalglish, and most notably Dixie Deans (who was not on Celtic's books in 68) and Lou Macari scoring and this suggests this is the Scottish Cup Final of 1972. This resulted in a 6-1 victory for Celtic courtesy of a Deans hat trick, Macari (2) and captain Billy McNeil with Alex Gordon replying for Hibs. It burns brightly for me as it was my first final...an awestruck 9 year old in a crowd of over 100,000.

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