Celebrating iconic years of the beautiful game, The Football Years aims to get behind the scorelines to reveal the inside stories of some of the most nailbiting and emotional events Scottish football has ever seen.
The Football Years tells the real stories, thanks to valuable contributions from those involved at the very pinnacle of the game. STV has spoken to the men who led the players, teams and fans through the good times and bad, and the series features interviews with Jim McLean, Alex McLeish, Bobby Brown and an exclusive chat with Sir Alex Ferguson.
Also featured in the show are cup winning captains including Billy McNeill, John Greig, Willie Miller, Graeme Souness and Barry Ferguson, all of whom talk about what it's like to succeed in the high pressure arena of club and international football.
And the men behind the microphones, Arthur Montford and Archie Macpherson, provide commentary, drawing from their vast experience over the past five decades.
The Football Years details historic years in Scottish football and begins with the story of 1967 when Scotland beat England at Wembley, Celtic won the European Cup and Rangers reached the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup. In 1967, the planets aligned, and for a brief moment in time, Scotland was the greatest football nation on earth.