Celtic F.C. 1985/1986

Celtic Fixtures and Results 1985/1986

Scottish League: Champions
Scottish FA Cup: Quarter-Final
Scottish League Cup: Quarter-Final
European Cup Winners Cup: First Round

Manager: Davie HAY (1983 - 1987)

 

Albert Kidd, Albert Kidd, Albert Kidd

Celtic score always first.

Opponents Comments

Match programme
Hearts

10/08/85
Fine Fare Premier League
1-1

Match programme
MOTHERWELL

17/08/85
Fine Fare Premier League
2-1 - McClair, Provan.

Match programme
Queen of the South

21/08/85
Skol League Cup
4-1

Match programme
Clydebank

24/08/85
2-0

Match programme
BRECHIN CITY

28/08/85
League Cup
7-0 - Aitken, Johnston (2), P McStay, McInally, Provan, Burns

Match programme
RANGERS

31/08/85
Fine Fare Premier League
1-1 - Paul McStay.

Match programme
Hibernian

04/09/85
League Cup
4-4

Lost on penalties.

Match programme
Hibernian

07/09/85
5-0.


ABERDEEN

14/09/85
2-1 - McClair (2)

No programme
Athletico Madrid

18/09/85
1-1
ECWC

No programme.


Dundee United

21/09/85

(Postponed)

Programme issued for the re-arranged match on 23/12/85


Dundee

28/09/85
2-0

Athletico Madrid, European CUp Winners Cup.
ATHLETICO MADRID

02/10/85
1-2
ECWC


ST MIRREN

05/10/85
2-0


HEARTS

12/10/85
0-1


Motherwell

19/10/85
2-1


DUNDEE UNITED

26/10/85
0-3


Aberdeen

02/11/85
1-4


Rangers

09/11/85
0-3


CLYDEBANK

16/11/85
2-0


HIBERNIAN

23/11/85
1-1

No programme
DUNDEE

30/11/85

(Postponed)

No programme.

No programme
St Mirren

07/12/85
(Postponed)

No programme.


Hearts

14/12/85
1-1


MOTHERWELL

21/12/85

(Postponed). Programme issued.

No programme
Dundee United

23/12/85
0-1

(Postponed 21/09 prog issued with insert)


CLYDEBANK

28/12/85
2-0

This was a Clydebank home fixture and should have been at Kilbowie. Moved at late notice because Kilbowie was unplayable and unusual programme hurriedly issued.


RANGERS

01/01/86
2-0


Dundee United

04/01/86
2-4


ABERDEEN

11/01/86
1-1

No programme
MOTHERWELL

15/01/86
3-2

(Postponed programme issued)


Hibernian

18/01/86
2-2


ST JOHNSTONE

25/01/86
Scottish Cup
2-0.


Dundee

01/02/86
3-1


ST MIRREN

08/02/86
1-1.


QUEEN'S PARK

15/02/86
Scottish Cup
2-1


HEARTS

22/02/86
1-1.


Motherwell

01/03/86

(Postponed)


Hibernian

08/03/86
Scottish Cup
3-4


DUNDEE UNITED

15/03/86
1-1


Rangers

22/03/86
4-4


Clydebank

29/03/86
5-0


DUNDEE

Apr 02/04/86
2-1


St Mirren

05/04/86
2-1


Aberdeen

12/04/86
1-0

No programme
Motherwell

15/04/86

(Postponed)

No programme.


HIBERNIAN

19/04/86
2-0`


DUNDEE`

26/04/86
2-0

No programme
Motherwell

30/04/86
2-0

(Postponed match programme from March 1st was issued - no insert)


St Mirren

03/05/86
5-0

Title clincher. Hearts beaten at Dens Park by Albert Kidd

Celtic F.C. in Friendlies 1985/1986

Opponents Comments


Pacific Rim All-Stars

06/06/85
2-1


BC Place Tournament. Same prog for both matches.


North Shore Colts

08/06/85
1-2


BC Place Tournament. Same prog for both matches.



GIF Sundsvall

27/07/85
3-1

Two different programmes.

No programme
Stranraer

27/07/85
3-5

No programme issued.


IFK Harnosand

31/07/85
11-0


No programme
Berwick Rangers

31/07/85
2-2

No programme issued.


Solleftea GIF

03/08/85
10-1


No programme
Alloa Athletic

03/08/85
2-3 - Ronnie Coyle and Sandy Fraser scored the Celtic goals.

No programme issued.


O-viksalliansen

05/08/85
1-0



Ayr United

07/08/85
2-1



Queen's Park

27/08/85
0-1


Oakley United

08/09/85
3-2

Opening of Pavillion


Inverness Thistle

26/11/85
6-2
Kingsmills Park, Inverness

Thistle's Centenary Match


Stirling Albion

07/12/85
1-1
Annfield Park, Stirling

Stirling Albion's 40th Anniversary


SV HAMBURG

09/12/85
1-2



Albion Rovers

25/01/86
4-0

Lisbon Lion, Tommy Gemmell was the manager of Albion Rovers. The match was a bandoned at half-time because of bad weather.


MANCHESTER UNITED

25/01/86
0-3

Att: 36,144

Terry Gibson, Frank Stapleton and Gordon Strachan scored United's goals.

Celtic F.C. Miscellaneous 1985/86

Opponents Comments

Match programme
Petershill FC

18/08/85
3-1
Petershill Park Golden Jubilee.

Celtic / Rangers XI.