Peter Caulfield is the most successful manager ever in Scottish Women's football. He joined Celtic as assistant manager of Celtic women's Premier League team in 2011.
During his time as manager, Peter led Glasgow City to five Premier League titles, three Scottish Cup wins and two Premier League Cups, while also guiding the team to the last 16 of the 2008-2009 UEFA Women's Cup - forerunner to the UEFA Women's Champions League. This success in Europe, combined with winning the domestic treble in that same season was a remarkable achievement, unsurpassed in the Scottish women's game.
Peter had been manager of Glasgow City since 1998 until he resigned at the end of 2010.
Peter's career in women's football began when he was offered the manager's job at Monklands Ladies in the summer of 1997 and guided them in his first season to the Scottish Women's First Division West title.