Tags » Celtic Park

1967 – Celtic Football Club become the first Scottish and northern European team to win the European Cup, beating Inter 2-1 in the Estádio Nacional, in Lisbon, Portugal.

An estimated crowd of 70,000 crammed into the Portuguese National Stadium in Lisbon to witness the Glasgow side lift the greatest prize in club football. As the final whistle blew, euphoric Celtic fans poured onto the pitch to celebrate their team’s victory, many whooping with joy and waving banners. 249 more words

Irish Music

Celtic thump Inverness before Premiership trophy lift

  •  Celtic end season 17 points clear and just 17 league goals conceded
  •  Six league goals in eight starts this term for Stefan Scepovic
  •  Ronny Deila’s team presented with Premiership trophy after game…
  • 1,253 more words
Scottish Premiership

Celtic in Europe

Since their first game in European competition in 1962, against Spanish side Valencia, to the present date Glasgow Celtic Football Club have enjoyed a love affair with European football unsurpassed by most and not even closely rivalled by many. 632 more words

Football

Why does it always rain on me

Once again the Celtic support is getting itself into a state over a refereeing mistake in their Scottish Cup semi-final against Inverness Caledonian Thistle. The Celtic support has been carrying an assumption for years about what should or shouldn’t happen in a football game and that they are being cheated every game they play. 404 more words

Football

Glenmuir FC enjoy trip to Celtic Park

Glenmuir FC’s partnership with Glasgow Celtic went to the next level recently when 18 members headed over to Scotland for a four day team tour experience on Wednesday 8th April. 239 more words

Sport

Top Players Views On Paradise(aka)Celtic Park

  

A whole host of football legends have testified to the unique atmosphere of Celtic Park…’Every professional footballer should seek to play at least one game at Celtic Park. 188 more words

Celtic Football Club

Ooh Ah, Who's A Liar?

Celtic CEO Peter Lawwell’s recent remarks that Irish Republicanism has no place in Celtic’s history might just have managed to gain some credence were it not for evidence such as this, which shows the Wolf Tones singing “The Celtic Symphony” at Parkhead. 48 more words