A touch of French class.
Ease of movement, short-term contracts and loan deals has meant a modern decline in the number of testimonials honouring players for loyal service to a club. One exception of course, is Hibernian player Lewis Stevenson, with his well-deserved testimonial celebrations recently launched with a Gala Dinner at The Corn Exchange.
Henry George, or 'Harry' Rennie, was born in Greenock on 1st June 1873. After service with Greenock Volunteers, Belgrove Ramblers and Junior side Greenock West End, he joined Second Division Morton during the 1894/95 season.
The Hibernian Historical Trust remember the green and white career of the left-back Joe Davis, who sadly passed away earlier this week at the age of 75.
Club historian Tom Wright looks at Hibernian's victory in the 1941 Summer Cup.
Tonight’s game against Brøndby IF is only the second time that Hibernian have faced a Danish side in a competitive fixture since the Fairs Cup game against Copenhagen during the 1962/63 season.
Club historian Tom Wright describes his visit to Contalmaison to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
The Hibernian Historical Trust would like to thank every supporter that made the visit to the Easter Road Stadium Open Day yesterday afternoon.
The Hibernian Historical Trust are delighted to announce that we will once again hold an open day as part of the Leith Festival on Sunday 19th June 2016.
The former Hibs player Bobby Kinloch, celebrated as the man who scored the winning goal from the penalty spot against Barcelona in 1961, has passed away in Edinburgh aged 79.