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 November 2004 in a ceremony at Hampden Park. [2] Brian Laudrup and Henrik Larsson became the first players from outside Scotland to be inducted, in 2006. [3] Rose Reilly was the first woman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, in 2007. [4] As of March 2019, there had been 116 inductions to the Hall of Fame. [5]

The Scottish Football Museum is the country’s national museum of football, located in Hampden Park in Glasgow.

Hampden Park football stadium

Hampden Park is a football stadium in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, Scotland. The 51,866-capacity venue serves as the national stadium of football in Scotland. It is the normal home venue of the Scotland national football team and amateur Scottish league club Queen's Park F.C. and regularly hosts the latter stages of the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup competitions. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events, such as when it was reconfigured as an athletics stadium for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Brian Laudrup Danish footballer

Brian Laudrup is a Danish former footballer who played as a winger, forward or as a midfielder. He currently works as a football commentator, pundit and analyst on Kanal 5 and 6'eren. Along with former international goalkeeper Lars Høgh, Laudrup manages a football academy for marginalised youth.

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Members

YearImageNameNotesRef
2004 Jim Baxter statue Hill Of Beath.jpg Jim Baxter (statue in Hill of Beath pictured) [6]
2004 Billy Bremner (1971).jpg Billy Bremner [6]
2004 Matt Busby cropped.jpg Matt Busby [6]
2004 Kenny Dalglish 2009 Singapore.jpg Kenny Dalglish [6]
2004 Alex Ferguson.jpg Alex Ferguson [6]
2004 Hughie Gallacher [6]
2004 Johngreig.jpg John Greig (statue at Ibrox Stadium pictured) [6]
2004 Jimmy Johnstone.jpg Jimmy Johnstone [6]
2004 Denis Law.jpg Denis Law [6]
2004 DaveMackay01.JPG Dave Mackay [6]
2004 Danny McGrain (8668845197).jpg Danny McGrain [6]
2004 Jimmy McGrory.jpg Jimmy McGrory [6]
2004 Mcneill.jpg Billy McNeill [6]
2004 Willie Miller [6]
2004 Bobby Murdoch [6]
2004 Shankly statue out front.jpg Bill Shankly (statue at Anfield pictured) [6]
2004 Gordon Smith [6]
2004 Souness.jpg Graeme Souness [6]
2004 Trainer Jock Stein van Celtic in het Hiltonhotel, Bestanddeelnr 924-3395.jpg Jock Stein [6]
2004 Willie Woodburn [6]
2005 Campbell Charles.jpg Charles Campbell [7]
2005 Alex James - coach.jpg Alex James [7]
2005 Joe Jordan.jpg Joe Jordan [7]
2005 Bobby Lennox (1971).jpg Bobby Lennox [7]
2005 Jim McLean [7]
2005 Alexmcleish2012.jpg Alex McLeish [7]
2005 Alan Lauder Morton.jpg Alan Morton [7]
2005 Lawrie Reilly [7]
2005 Willie Waddell [7]
2005 John White (1961).jpg John White [7]
2005 George Young [7]
2006 Davie Cooper [3]
2006 Tommy Gemmell.jpg Tommy Gemmell [3]
2006 Richard Gough [3]
2006 Willie Henderson [3]
2006 Sandy Jardine [3]
2006 Henrik Larsson in Jan 2014.jpg Henrik Larsson [3]
2006 Brian-Laudrup-Darren-Laver-Lars-Hogh (cropped).jpg Brian Laudrup [3]
2006 Willie Ormond [3]
2006 John Robertson (1980).jpg John Robertson [3]
2006 Billy Steel [3]
2006 Tommy Walker (1947).png Tommy Walker [3]
2007 Willie Bauld [4]
2007 Eric Caldow [4]
2007 Jimmy Cowan [4]
2007 Alan hansen in 2004.png Alan Hansen [4]
2007 Ally McCoist 1994.jpg Ally McCoist [4]
2007 Rose Reilly Milan 1975.jpg Rose Reilly [4]
2007 Walter Smith [4]
2007 Gordon David Strachan.jpg Gordon Strachan [4]
2007 Eddie Turnbull [4]
2008 Bobby Evans [1]
2008 Archie Gemmill [1]
2008 Derek Johnstone [1]
2008 Jim Leighton 2009.jpg Jim Leighton [1]
2008 Billy Liddell.jpg Billy Liddell [1]
2008 Ian St John (1966).jpg Ian St John [1]
2008 Ibrox trophy room.jpg Bill Struth (portrait at Ibrox pictured) [1]
2008 John Thomson [1]
2009 Steve Archibald [8]
2009 Bertie Auld [8]
2009 Jimmy Delaney [8]
2009 Alan Gilzean [8]
2009 Mo Johnston [8]
2009 PaulLambert.jpg Paul Lambert [8]
2009 Willie Maley [8]
2009 David Meiklejohn [8]
2010 Craig Brown [9]
2010 Andy Goram [9]
2010 Bobby Johnstone [9]
2010 Paul McStay [9]
2010 David Narey [9]
2010 Tiny Wharton [9]
2011 TerryButcherMay2010.jpg Terry Butcher [10]
2011 Paddycrerand.jpg Pat Crerand [10]
2011 Robert Smyth McColl c1901.jpg Robert Smyth McColl [10]
2011 Hugh McIlvanney [11]
2011 Ronnie Simpson [10]
2012 Pat Stanton [12]
2012 Bob McPhail [12]
2012 Gordon McQueen [12]
2012 Frank McLintock.jpg Frank McLintock [12]
2012 Andrew Watson Footballer.jpg Andrew Watson [12]
2013 Bobby Walker [13]
2013 Eddie Gray [13]
2013 Alan Rough [13]
2013 Scot Symon [13]
2013 Martin Buchan [13]
2013 Tommy Docherty 2017 01.jpg Tommy Docherty [13]
2014 Bill Brown [14]
2014 Peter Lorimer [14]
2014 McCrae's Battalion Footballers who volunteered for military service in the First World War [14]
2014 Davie Wilson [14]
2014 Charlie Nicholas [14]
2015 Bobby Brown [15]
2015 George Graham (1970).png George Graham [15]
2015 Stewart Hillis [15]
2015 Ally MacLeod [15]
2015 Maurice Malpas [15]
2016 Stevie Chalmers [16]
2016 John Wark.jpg John Wark [16]
2016 Gary McAllister 2010.jpg Gary McAllister [16]
2016 Jock Wallace.jpg Jock Wallace Jr. [16]
2016 Alex Smith [16]
2017 John Clark [17]
2017 Willie Wallace 1971.jpg Willie Wallace [17]
2017 Jim Craig [17]
2017 John McGovern (footballer).jpg John McGovern [17]
2017 Allan McGraw [17]
2017 Archie Macpherson [17]
2017 Queen's Park [17]
2017 Lisbon Lions Celtic team that won the 1966–67 European Cup [17]
2018 Roy Aitken [18]
2018 Julie Fleeting.jpg Julie Fleeting [18]
2018 Archie Knox [18]
2018 Ian McMillan [18]

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The International Roll of Honour is a list established by the Scottish Football Association recognising players who have gained 50 or more international caps for Scotland. The roll of honour was launched in February 1988, when 11 players had already achieved the distinction. Each player inducted receives a commemorative gold medal, an invitation to every Scotland home match and has their portrait hung in the Scottish Football Museum.

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