Former Treble-winning Celtic captain Tom Boyd launches the search for Scottish Football Hall of Fame 2015 nominations
TOM BOYD, who became only the second captain (after Billy McNeill) to lead Celtic to a treble winning season (2001), has officially launched the search for nominees to be inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame 2015.
This year’s inductees will be announced at a star-studded dinner at Hampden Park on Sunday 18th October in association with Allianz and Hampden Conference and Events.
Football fans can participate by logging on to sfmhalloffame.co.uk and nominate the personality of their choice. You can also post your nomination to: Scottish Football Hall of Fame, Hampden Park, Glasgow, G42 9BA.
Closing date for nominations is midnight on Sunday 23rd August.
The inductees are those truly great players, managers and officials who have reached the pinnacle of their profession and have made a significant contribution to Scottish football’s reputation through their skill, spirit and determination.
This year’s Dinner, promises to be yet another memorable occasion. Guests will enjoy a champagne reception in the Museum, followed by a three course meal with wine in the Nevis Suite.
Thereafter, Dougie Donnelly will take you through an exciting evening featuring the new Hall of Fame inductees followed by a tribute to another of Scotland’s footballing greats. For full details of the dinner click here
Tables can be secured by calling 0141 620 4120.
The Hall of Fame is a permanent feature in the Scottish Football Museum at Hampden Park.
A panel of experts from the world of football and the media will consider nominees and elect successful candidates.