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Compose your football trips to Celtic FC and experience a match in Celtic Park
Experience Scottish traditions with a football trip to watch Celtic FC play – as well as the pride of the Glasgow club that has played in the Premier Division since 1888! In fact, Celtic is the only club in the world that has played so long at the highest level without ever being relegated!
After the bankruptcy of long-standing arch-rivals Rangers at the end of the 2011-2012 season, Celtic went on to win the Scottish League Championship in the 2013-14 season. A title it had previously won 44 times.
Experience the best Scotland has to offer in a football package to watch Celtic play in Glasgow!
The city Glasgow
Experience typically warm Scottish hospitality in a football trip to Glasgow and enjoy the good life in the largest city in Scotland. You’ll be amazed at its diversity. It has great food, pubs, nightclubs, tea rooms, cafés and shopping. In fact, it’s the best place for shopping in the UK after London.
Scotland and whisky go hand in hand – and you can sample the finest whiskies all over Glasgow. You can even choose from over 300 different malt whiskies in The Pot Still pub in Hope Street.
The best nightlife in Glasgow can be found in the city centre, the West End and Ashton Lane, a characterful cobblestone street with a variety of bars and restaurants.
A visit to Glasgow is anyway a must! But why not combine it with a football break to watch Celtic play?
The Celtic Park stadium
Experience the fantastic ‘soccer temple’ that is Celtic Park during a football trip to Glasgow. And see for yourself why Celtic fans call it Paradise, as well as Parkhead – the district in which the stadium’s located. With a capacity of just over 60,000, Celtic Park is one of the largest stadiums in the UK.
Celtic Park has been on this same site for more than 100 years – since 1892, in fact. Renovated in the 1990s, the stadium has also been used for concerts by U2 and The Who and has legendary status for the Glaswegians, as the townsfolk are known.
Without doubt, Celtic Park will make a big impression during your football package to Glasgow.