History

The Hall of Fame showcases Scotlands sporting greats from the past 100 years.

The Scottish Sports Hall of Fame was set up in 2002 and to date seven induction ceremonies have taken place inducting 93 of our country’s greatest sporting icons so far. The Hall of Fame showcases our sporting greats from sports like Baseball, Judo, Motorsport, Wrestling and so many more.

The last induction ceremony took place on 15 November 2012, inducting Willie Anderson (Golf), Archie Gemmill (Football), Rhona Martin MBE (Curling), Margaret McEleny MBE (Swimming), Belle Moore (Swimming), Ken Scotland (Rugby Union), with the next set to be inducted in November 2015.

The founding patrons of the Hall of Fame were Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, then First Minister Jack McConnell and Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, who was one of the first inductees and is still a patron.

To help the selection panel choose future inductees, why not put forward your nomination here.