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Caledonian Thistle F. Caledonian Thistle started —95 with a game against Arbroath on 13 August , which ended in a 5—2 win at Telford Street Park , the former home ground of Caledonian.
Alan Hercher scored Caledonian Thistle's first league goal, and went on to complete a hat-trick. The club eventually finished sixth in the Third Division , and followed this up with a third-place finish in — Before the start of the —97 season the club changed its name to Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.
Part of the application to join the Scottish League was a commitment to move to a new stadium and, a year later than originally planned, Caley moved to the newly built Caledonian Park in November With a new name and new stadium, the club finished as Third Division champions, earning promotion to the Second Division.
The club spent two seasons in the Second Division. After a closely fought campaign, they finished runners-up to Livingston in Season —99 , securing promotion to the First Division.
The club first came to national prominence after their Scottish Cup victories over Celtic in and winning 3—1 at Celtic Park ,  resulting in the headline " Super Caley Go Ballistic Celtic Are Atrocious " in The Sun which is now framed in the foyer of Caledonian Stadium,  and 1—0.
On 25 February , Inverness's run of cup victories over Celtic came to an end following two goals in the last two minutes of their fifth round tie at Caledonian Stadium.
Having led 1—0 for the majority of the game thanks to a Graham Bayne goal, Steven Pressley equalised before Kenny Miller netted the winner in stoppage time.
Season — could be regarded as the club's most successful up to that point. However, the greatest achievement was on the final day of the season, when Inverness defeated St Johnstone 3—1, with goals from Paul Ritchie , David Bingham and Barry Wilson and, as a result, pipped Clyde to the First Division title.
However, SPL rules at that time stated that all member clubs must have a stadium with a minimum capacity of 10, seats. After consulting with supporters, the Board decided the 'sacrifice' of one season in Aberdeen would be an acceptable compromise to ensure Premier League participation for the club.
A change in SPL rules during the —05 season reduced the stadium seating requirement to 6, seats for SPL membership.
The Caledonian Stadium was rendered a valid SPL venue after a rapid ground expansion, with two new stands added. The stadium was renamed as the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium in honour of the local building firm that completed the work in only 47 working days.
The chairman of Tulloch, David Sutherland, was also chairman of the club at the time and remains a major shareholder. A significant event in the club's history was the signing of Romanian international Marius Niculae.
He later became involved in a dispute with the club over a share of the transfer fee that was not paid to him when he left.
During season —09 season , the team incurred a number of bad results and struggled near the bottom of the SPL. Eventually, manager Craig Brewster was sacked after a run of seven consecutive defeats, ending with a 1—0 loss to Hamilton Academical.
After a slow start to their first season back in the First Division, which looked set to be won at a canter by runaway leaders Dundee who were 15 points ahead in January, Inverness put together an astonishing run of form which saw them go on a match unbeaten run.
Inverness became the first team in ten years to secure an immediate return to the SPL. The team went on to celebrate their promotion with a 7—0 win at Ayr United , their biggest ever away win.
On the final day of the season, Inverness beat Dundee 1—0. Having won the —10 First Division title in their first year back in the division since —04 , Inverness have since competed in the top tier of Scottish football.
In —14 , the club reached their first major final — the Scottish League Cup — losing on penalties to Aberdeen. They then beat Falkirk in the final of the Scottish Cup in That same season, Inverness secured entry to European competition for the first time, with a best-ever third-place finish in the Premiership.
As part of the push for promotion in the —10 season , Inverness went on an unbeaten away run in the league that continued through the entire calendar year, culminating in a 1—1 draw against Hearts at Tynecastle on 18 December.
At the split, Inverness narrowly missed out on a top six spot, eventually finishing in a club record-equalling 7th place. However, two years later, they would finish even higher.
During the —13 season , a 3—0 win over Hibernian on 8 December saw them rise to second place in the SPL behind Celtic , their then, highest ever league position.
Continued good form over the course of the season consolidated the club's position in the top-half of the table.
Victory over Highland derby rivals Ross County  on 16 March elevated Inverness CT onto an almost unassailable points-total in their quest for a maiden 'top-6' finish.
This achievement was confirmed the following day as the club benefited from a favourable result in the Sunday SPL fixture. Ultimately, Inverness CT finished in 4th place, narrowly missing Europa League qualification on the final day of the season, succumbing to a 1—0 defeat from local rivals Ross County.
This result saw the club take pole-position in the league table. They remained top of the league until the 9th game of the season when they dropped to 2nd place following a loss at St Johnstone.
On 11 November , Hibernian reached a compensation deal with Inverness for Terry Butcher to move to the club, alongside assistant manager Maurice Malpas.
After an extensive recruitment process, on 4 December , John Hughes was unveiled as the new manager of the club.
Inverness struck first with Greg Tansey firing the Highland side into the lead. Jamie Hamill then scored 2 goals in 2 minutes and gave Hearts hope of reaching their second League Cup Final in two years.
Just when Inverness were on the brink of defeat, Nick Ross equalised in the 94th minute and sent the game to extra time. After no goals being scored in extra time, Inverness clinched the win on penalties.
The 3—0 win was the first time they had won a Highland Derby in Dingwall in the League since March They also won the next derby 2—1 on 4 April.
The game was also played in Dingwall. After tense minutes the two teams lined up for a penalty shoot-out.
Inverness missed their first 2 penalties with Billy McKay's penalty saved and Greg Tansey firing over the bar.
Inverness finished the season with a 2—0 win over St Johnstone thanks to second half goals from Ryan Christie and Greg Tansey. Between May and September , Inverness kept a series of consecutive clean sheets, enabling them to achieve a club record of minutes without conceding a goal.
Further success followed that season, with a 1—0 victory away to Dundee confirming a record third-place league finish for the club.
An estimated fans followed the team to Romania, watching the team grind out a 0—0 draw. However this was not enough to set up a tie against West Ham United in the next round, as the Romanians had narrowly beaten the Highlanders 1—0 in the first leg in Inverness.
The team failed to carry the form from the previous season due to the loss of key players like Marley Watkins , Graeme Shinnie and Edward Ofere.
The club's defence of the Scottish Cup began by beating Stirling Albion after a replay. In the following round, a Jordan Roberts goal set-up a tie against Hibs.
Inverness lost a replay to the Edinburgh club, who eventually went on to win the competition. Hughes left at the end of the season after mutually terminating his contract, citing a collapse in relations with the board.
Club captain Richie Foran was appointed as his successor, despite having no previous managerial experience. The club started the season scoring fifteen goals in four League Cup group games.
They also recorded a 2—2 draw in the league against Celtic , the only club to take a point off the Glaswegians for close to a year.
However, this good form dropped off, and Inverness did not win a league game from October until February — when a last-minute overhead kick from Billy Mckay lead to a 2—1 win over Rangers.
Inverness CT were relegated to the Scottish Championship on the final day of the —17 season, despite recording a 3—2 victory over Motherwell.
Inverness reached the —18 Scottish Challenge Cup Final , after a 3—2 win over Northern Irish invitee side Crusaders at home, meaning the club's would make their fourth cup final appearance, and John Robertson 's second challenge cup final at the club.
Robertson became the first manager in the cup's history to lift the trophy twice with the same club.
This cup win kick-started an unbeaten run of 13 games as Inverness went from lingering around the lower echelons of the table to mid-table.
However, despite a late push, an injury-time equaliser in the final home game of the season against Dunfermline meant ICT narrowly missed out on the promotion play-offs by just two points, finishing in 5th place despite winning 3—0 away to Greenock Morton on the final day, which would've confirmed a play-off slot had Dunfermlne either drawn or lost to Dumbarton.
In August , the club was saddened to learn of the death of ex-player Alan Hercher at 52 years of age. He was the club's first captain, goalscorer and hat-trick scorer — in their first league game against Arbroath.
In tribute, a minute's silence was held at Inverness' first home game of the —19 Scottish Championship season against Ayr United which ended in a 0—0 draw.
Come the new year, Inverness were doing better than they had the previous season, sitting in the play-off spots despite drawing nearly every game.
The club beat rivals Ross County to progress into the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup before making the semi-final after a last gasp winner from Aaron Doran against Dundee United.
This was the 4th semi-final appearance for the club, after appearances in —03 , —04 and — They played Heart of Midlothian , but were unable to proceed to the final, as they were defeated 3—0.
By the end of the season, Inverness had secured a play-off spot, after leapfrogging Ayr United into 3rd place.
In the quarter-finals, Inverness defeated Ayr , winning 3—1 in the first leg, and drawing 1—1 in the second, securing a comfortable 4—2 aggregate win.
However, the joy was short-lived after facing Dundee United in the semi-finals. In the first leg, at home, they fell to an unfortunate 1—0 loss while down to 10 men after Liam Polworth was handed a straight red for an apparent high foot on Mark Connolly while making a clearance.
Inverness went to Tannadice with heads held high hoping to overturn the 1—0 deficit, but hope began to fade after United were awarded and scored a controversial penalty just before half time.
The penalty was conceded by a Brad McKay handball, after it deflected off his heel. Again, controversy followed just after half time, when a handball wasn't seen by the referee which resulted in John Robertson being sent to the stands for flicking a water-bottle in aggravation near the 4th official.
Inverness went on to lose 3—0, 4—0 on aggregate. They [the SFA] can ban me for as long as they want. I'm going to start speaking out now because I've had enough of it.
July saw the beginning of the 25th Anniversary Celebrations: a new 3rd Kit was announced as well as a special friendly game. The League Cup campaign was poor; an 11—10 loss on penalties to Peterhead was followed up by wins over Raith Rovers and Cove Rangers but for the 3rd year on the trot the club failed to progress to the next round.
The league, like the League Cup, started off disappointingly, with to a 4—1 defeat by Dundee United at Tannadice Park.
However, the following weekend they won 2—1 at home against Arbroath. The game came one year after the death of the club's first captain, Alan Hercher, who scored a hat-trick against the same opposition in the first home game of the club's existence, almost 25 years prior.
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