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A scuffle on the terracing leads to fans spilling on to the pitch at Ibrox, while Celtic goalkeeper Frank Haffey tries in vain to shepherd them off. (clip) 
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Title: [FOOTBALL FANS INVADE PITCH, IBROX 1962]
Reference number: T0673
Production company: Scottish Television
Running time: 7.05 mins
Description: Ibrox pitch invasion during the second half of the 1962 Scottish Cup Final semi-final match between Celtic and St Mirren, match abandoned and mounted police arrive. [Celtic were losing 3 - 0 to St. Mirren at the time].
Credits: [commentator Alec Cameron]
Shotlist: No credits. brief shot of play; shots of fans swarming over the pitch; c/u nucleus of fighting on stands; play ends (0.52) shot St. Mirren end: St. Mirren Goalkeeper tries to persuade young fans to move back to the terraces; Billy McNeill refusing to sign an autograph (2.32) mounted police arrive, and ride behind the fans who return to the stands; stretcher being wheeled to an injured spectator, behind ranks of morris minor cars (3.08) gvs referee and players waiting, mounted police riding by (3.38) shot of a new 'charge' from terraces (3.57) referee abandons the game; young Celtic fans celebrate; officials escorted from pitch by policemen; gvs disorder; v/o reviews game, and comments on violence. (6.51)
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