Clydebank football fans are being given the chance to get their hands on their very own treble.

The Scottish Cup - which completed Celtic’s historic ‘treble treble’ last month - is touring the area.

As well as the historic trophy, footy fans will also be able to meet former Scotland midfielder, Jim McCalliog, who scored one of the most famous goals against England ever.

Jim netted the winner in a 3-2 victory against the Auld Enemy at Wembley in 1967 - the first time England had been beaten since winning the World Cup a year earlier.

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Fans will be able to chat to Jim about the goal which will live forever in Scottish football folklore.

And to complete your very own treble, the Scottish Junior Cup will also be on display during the 90-minute event, from 11.30am to 1pm, at Dumbarton Library on Friday, June 21.

The free event is being organised by sports reminiscence project, Football Memories Scotland who are affiliated with the Hampden Museum.

As many people as possible are being encouraged to pop along and get a glimpse of, or have a selfie taken with the fabled trophies.

The Scottish Cup has been lifted by a few West Dunbartonshire teams, including Vale of Leven FC, Dumbarton and former club Renton FC who all won it in the 1800s.

George McKay, West of Scotland regional co-ordinator for Football Memories Scotland, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for the West Dunbartonshire community to come along free of charge and meet football legend Jim McCalliog and view the Scottish Cup and Scottish Junior Cup up close personal.

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George added: “I would also like to thank the following people and organisations: Richard McBrearty, the project director of Football Memories Scotland and curator at Hampden Museum, for bringing the trophies to Dumbarton, and the SFA for their generosity in permitting us to have the trophies for this event.

“Also, Jo Sherington of Dumbarton Library for the use of the Heritage Centre, Anne O’Donnell and Angi Inch from Alzheimer’s Scotland, Matt Bamford at Clydebank FC, Angus Wallace at Vale of Leven FC and Charlie Devlin at Drumchapel Amateurs for their support. I’d like to extend an extra special thank you to Debbie and Jim McCalliog.

“They are giving up their time to come along and meet everyone - and we want them to know that it’s truly appreciated.”