Rab Douglas

Scotland 2017

Douglas started his career with Forth Wanderers who would then become Livingston. He was an ever-present after his move to Dundee which saw them promoted to the SPL. He joined Celtic from Dundee becoming first-choice keeper and in his first season helped them win the league and Scottish Cup. After five years with the Hoops he decided he wanted to test himself in England and moved to Leicester. He eventually returned to Dundee helping them win the Scottish Challenge Cup and earn promotion to the SPL. The highlight of his career was being a member of the Celtic side that went all the way to the 2003 UEFA Cup final. He was first choice for Scotland during their UEFA EURO 2004 campaign and went on to make 19 appearances for his country.

Full name: Robert James “Rab” Douglas
Born: 24/04/1972, Lanark, Scotland
Clubs: Forth Wanderers (1990-1992), Livingston (1992-1997), Dundee (1997-2000), Celtic (2000-2005), Leicester City (2005-2008), Millwall (loan, 2007), Wycombe Wanderers (loan, 2007-2008), Plymouth Argyle (loan, 2008), Dundee (2008-2013), Forfar Athletic (2013-2015), Arbroath (2016-2017)
International: 19 apps (2002-2005)
Position: Goalkeeper


  • Scottish Football League Third Division (1): 1995–96
  • Scottish Football League First Division (1): 1997–98
  • Scottish Challenge Cup (1): 2009–10
  • Scottish Premier League (3): 2000–01, 2001–02, 2003–04
  • Scottish Cup (3): 2000–01, 2003–04, 2004–05