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Club FAQs

Celtic Charity Fund

Q: What is Celtic Charity Fund?

A: Celtic Charity Fund was set up in 1995 and operates as a charitable trust – registered charity number SC024648.


Q: What does it aim to do?

A: It aims to raise funds and support specific areas of charity work while upholding and promoting the charitable principles and heritage of the Football Club.


Q: How is the money raised?

A: The Celtic Charity Fund-Raising Group was set up on 27th February 1996 as the vehicle responsible for raising money solely for Celtic Charity Fund and promoting the traditions and values of the Club. It consists of professional businesspeople selected by Celtic Football Club.

Each year, a number of fundraising events and initiatives are held and an updated list can be found here - http://www.celticfc.net/charity_howyoucanhelp.php


Q: How much has been raised to date?

A: Since inception, the Fund has raised in excess of £3m for a host of worthy causes on a local, national and international basis.


Q: How are monies distributed?

A: We operate a standard, competitive funding application process and also, on occasion select 'Main Beneficiary' charities in relation to specific events.


Q: Do I need to be a registered charity to apply for financial support?

A: Yes, we can only accept submission from organisations with registered charity status who can provide a current charity number.


Q: Can I apply on behalf of a charity?

A: No, we can only accept submissions from registered charities themselves, rather than individuals or groups fundraising on their behalf.


Q: When are the closing dates for applications?

A: There are 2 closing dates per year – 30th June and 31st December.


Q: How long does the decision process take?

A: The decisions of Trustees are final and are scheduled to be communicated within 8 weeks of each respective closing date.


Q: What is the maximum award you would provide?

A: We have no minimum or maximum award levels but we help a lot of different charities so average awards tend to be in the region on £1,000-£3,000.


Q: Do you only support certain types of charities?

A: Yes, there are 6 key areas of support and the work of your charity must fall within at least one of them:-

Principal Areas
1. Charities in support of children's needs.
2. Community action on drugs.
3. Projects that develop and promote religious and ethnic harmony.

Subsidiary Areas
A. Supporting the homeless.
B. Helping the unemployed.
C. Support and research for projects aiding the affliction of illness, famine and innocent families within the areas of war.


Q: Do you only support charities in Scotland?

A: No, we have funded charities in Scotland, Ireland and across the globe.


Q: Does the Football Club make money out of Celtic Charity Fund events?

A: Absolutely not. Celtic Charity Fund is a charitable trust in its own right and the proceeds of all fundraising events are donated, on behalf of the Celtic Family, to other registered charities.


Q: How can I get involved?

A: There are various ways you can support Celtic Charity Fund from signing up to a regular monthly contribution to getting involved in a fundraising event. For full details, please log onto http://www.celticfc.net/charity_howyoucanhelp.php


Q: Do you donate in-kind/non-monetary items to charities?

A: Celtic's PR Department deals with all requests for non-monetary donations. Please ensure you make your request by email or letter, well in advance of the fundraising event, to Karen Stellard (including full details of your event and requirements) at kstellard@celticfc.co.uk

Celtic Football Club would love to donate signed merchandise / raffle / auction items to every worthwhile cause, however this would be impossible due to the incredible volume of requests the Club receives on a daily basis. As a general rule, we only support charities directly but each request will be treated on an individual basis. If you are raising funds on behalf of a registered charity, please supply a letter of authorisation from the charity confirming the details of your event.

 

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Celtic Community Academy

Q: What is the Celtic Community Academy?

A: The Celtic Community Academy is designed to give player's young and old the opportunity to Train and Play the Celtic way on a weekly basis. The Community Academy has two main strands which are; Play for Celtic (team programme) and Train with Celtic (coaching programme).


Q: Is there somewhere I can progress to as a player?

A: Any player showing signs of greater ability, attitude and eagerness to learn will be invited to attend our Centre of Excellence programme at Barrowfield Training Ground. From there, our Youth Academy scouts will be in attendance and who knows where you might end up!


Q: Why do you not run any courses in my area?

A: We are always looking to grow and develop the programme and if you feel we should be running a coaching programme or team in your area then please drop us a line with further details.


Q: Do you just deliver courses in Scotland?

A: No. We are in the process of developing and delivering a robust players / coach development programme in Ireland and around the globe. If you would like to know more about this programme please email grobertson@celticfc.co.uk


Q: Who carries out the coaching on the courses?

A: All our coaching staff are trained specifically in the Celtic style of play and delivery, are SFA qualified, Enhanced Disclosure checked and hold current First Aid certificates.


Q: Can I become a coach / volunteer in the programme?

A: Yes you can! We are always looking out for qualified coaches and volunteers to help us grow the programme. If you would like to be considered for a Community Academy coaching role, please email a current CV to sgallagher@celticfc.co.uk and if you would like to become involved in a volunteer role please email mreid@celticfc.co.uk


Q: What do I bring to my coaching and games?

A: Players should always bring suitable footwear for the surface they will be training or playing on and players should always bring water/diluting juice or sports drink to help keep hydrated while exercising. Players on the "Play for Celtic" programme will be supplied kit as part of there annual subscription and players on the "Train with Celtic" programme are free to wear whatever clothing they chose as long as it is appropriate for participating in sport.


Q: Can I book soccer schools online?

A: You can book online here.

 

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Celtic Youth Teams

Q: Where do Celtic FC Youth teams play their home games?

A: Celtic Youth teams play their home games at the Academy training ground at Barrowfield or the Academy training centre at Lennoxtown.


Q: How much does it cost to watch the Celtic FC Youth teams?

A: Under 11's to Under 17's participate in the Scottish FA Youth Initiative programme at Performance level and these games are free to attend. Under 19's play in the SPL Under 19 league and these games are also free to attend.


Q: Where can I find the fixtures and results for the Youth teams?

A: Fixtures can be found via the academy section on the website. Results for games from Under 17 down to Under 11's are not recorded. This is part of the terms of reference issued by the Scottish Football Association Youth Initiative committee. Under 19 results and reports can be found here.


Q: How can I get into a professional club's Academy?

A: There is no easy route to becoming a footballer. The first step is to get involved with a team playing in good quality competition. For schoolboys, this would not only mean being in the school team, but also representing youth teams in your Town, Local Authority, and even Country. Playing with other top quality boys can only help develop your potential.


Q: How can I get a trial at Celtic's Academy?

A: Send all personal details including a football C.V to the Academy Operations Manager to: bmeehan@celticfc.co.uk. We have a vast network of scouts in the UK and around the world, and if interested may send a scout to watch you play.

 

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Celtic TV

What are the terms and conditions of use for Celtic TV Online, Celtic TV Online+ and Celtic TV Premium?

Click here to be taken to the terms and conditions page.


Which subscription is right for me?

Cceltic TV Online+ or Celtic TV Premium is available outside of the UK & Ireland, this is due to contractual reasons. In order that we can comply fully with these restrictions, we have procedures in place to ensure that only those from outside those areas can use it. If you attempt to connect to a Celtic TV Online+ or Celtic TV Premium stream from within the proscribed areas (we can verify this by the IP address of your computer), you will be denied access to the stream.

To subscribe please click here.


How do upgrade my existing subscription to Celtic TV Online / Celtic TV Online+?

To upgrade you must first log in to your account. When you have logged in click on the upgrade button. You will be taken to a page where you can confirm your user details and select your new subscritpion package. On confirming your details you will be taken through the payment process to complete your upgrade, by starting a new agreement.  This process can also be used to downgrade your subscription, if necessary.


How do I change my profile information?

To change your password or to change your details, i.e. name, address, telephone number, email address, please login and click on My Account.


What are the minimum requirements for Celtic TV?

For Celtic TV Online you need to have:

A PC running genuine Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Vista

Google Chrome

A broadband connection for video archive material, although dial up will be sufficient for live audio commentary. Please use a wired connection, not wireless, to reduce the potential for buffering.

For Celtic TV Online+ you need to have the same set up as above AND a broadband connection of at least 512Kbps but preferably 1Mbps for access to the live match video. Please use a wired connection, not wireless, to reduce the potential for buffering.


For Celtic TV Premium you need to have a PC with a minimum of an Athlon or Pentium 4 processor running at 2.6Ghz, 2GB of RAM and a 256MB graphics card. The PC should also have:

Genuine Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Vista

Google Chrome

An uncontested broadband connection with a sustained download rate of 2Mbps to access the high bandwidth Premium content. Please use a wired connection, not wireless, to reduce the potential for buffering.

Celtic TV now also supports Intel Mac computers.


How do I check the speed of my broadband connection?


There are several website that will check your connection speed. These will give an indication of the actual speed rather than the 'up to' speed given by some ISPs.  ThinkBroadband is a UK website which offers a speed test applet.


How can I reduce buffering?

Once you have logged in go to the Matchday page during a LIVE match. There is a drop down menu under the panel to the right hand side of the video player. This will allow you to choose a fixed stream. You should choose the highest one and press select. If there is no improvement move down to the next stream and press select and so on. It is also important that you do not have any other programs or games running on your computer at the same time. Finally, please ensure you are not using a wireless internet connection.


Can I use a different PC to view a match?

Yes, but you are only allowed to logon to Celtic TV from one PC at a time. Simultaneous logons from different computers can result in suspension of your account with no possibility of a refund.


Can I retrieve my forgotten password?

Yes, if you have forgotten your password please use the link on the login page, or click here.


How do I change my card details with RBS WorldPay?


You can change your credit card details with RBS WorldPay by accessing your account on RBS WorldPay's shopper site, http://www.rbsworldpay.com/shopper/index.php?page=recurring, using the username and password they sent you when you first subscribed.
If you didn’t keep these details there is a Forgotten your Password link on that page. You will need your Agreement ID (you’ll find it on the emails RBS WorldPay send you every month) and your email address.


How do I cancel my subscription?

You can cancel your subscription by accessing your account on RBS WorldPay's shopper site, http://www.rbsworldpay.com/shopper/index.php?page=recurring, using the username and password they sent you when you first subscribed.
If you no longer have these details then send your username for Celtic TV, your Agreement ID from RBS WorldPay and the date you first subscribed to Web Help and we will try to cancel it for you.


How can I contact the Celtic TV team?

You can contact the Celtic TV team by emailing webhelp@celticfc.com.

If you are emailing with a problem, please provide as much information as possible, including your username and any screenshots of the problems you've encountered, if possible. Also send details of the steps you've taken and what has happened.

 

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Events

Q: What are 'Special Events?'

A: Special Events are events organised by the Club and include Player of the Year, Tribute Nights, Club Dinners, Christmas Party Nights and Mother's/Father's Day.


Q: How do I find out about them?

A: Please visit www.celticfc.net for further information on all of our upcoming events.


Q: How can I book for Special Events?

A: Places can be booked over the phone on 0871 226 1888*, option 4 or at the stadium in person. Payment can be made by cash, cheque or credit/debit card. (Please do not send cash payments via the post).


Q: What if I have a special request at an event?

A: We will do our best to accommodate all your special requests. Let us know in advance of the event and we will ensure to do our best.


Q: Is there an age limit for the events?

A: The age limit varies depending on the event. Christmas party nights are for over 18s only. Children between the ages of 12 and 18 can attend Club Dinners but must be accompanied by an adult and must vacate the premises by 10pm. If you have any queries about age restrictions, please call the sales team on 0871 226 1888*.


Q: Does attending the event mean I will get to meet players?

A: We cannot guarantee that guests at the events will meet past or present players. Events are organised so that guests will be able to listen to interviews on stage.

(* Calls cost up to 10p per minute, telecoms provider dependent. Mobile and other provider charges may vary).

 

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Human Resources

Q: I am a recruitment agency or training company and wish to offer our services. Who should I contact?

A: Please send an email to hr@celticfc.co.uk


Q: I am looking for a job at Celtic Football Club. How do I go about seeing what vacancies you have available?

A: You will need to look at the jobs link on the toolbar at the top of our website homepage and then follow the instructions given


Q: I would like to do work experience or to do a work placement at Celtic Football Club. Is this possible?

A: Celtic offers a rewarding and comprehensive week-long Work Experience programme for school pupils aged 14-15. This provides placements in five different areas of the business during the course of a week. These typically include the Ticket Office, Superstore, Pools, Hospitality and Visitor Centre. Very occasionally we may be able to accommodate pupils on a specific department of their choice, such as Multi Media or Finance.

Celtic also receives numerous enquiries about longer-term placements and internships, paid and unpaid. Regrettably, we generally do not have the resources to be able to offer this kind of programme.


Q: I have applied for a job but have not heard anything back form you. What is the next step?

A: This could be due to the volume of applicants for the job. We try to ensure we respond to all enquiries and applications but in some circumstances only the successful applicants will be contacted.


Q: I am seeking donations for a charity or auction. Who should I contact?

A: Please write to our Public Relations department.


Q: I am a young football player looking for a trial. Who should I contact?

A: Please write to Chris McCart, Head of Academy and Youth, here at Celtic Park.


Q: I am a student seeking some information about the Club. Who should I contact?

A: Please write to our Public Relations department.

 

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Marketing

Q: I would like to use the Celtic logo on…

A: Please detail your request to brandprotection@celticfc.co.uk


Q: I would like to sponsor Celtic FC. How do I go about this?

A: Please email all your requests to our Sponsorship team on commercial@celticfc.co.uk and we will get in touch with you.


Q: I have a product that I think Celtic would be interested in. who would I need to speak to or get in contact with?

A: Please email your request to commercial@celticfc.co.uk and someone will get in contact with you.


Q: I would like Celtic FC to support / sponsor my charity event is this possible?

A: Our Public Relations department deal with ALL charity requests. Please email the department at publicrelations@celticfc.co.uk

Match Tickets

Q: How do I buy a ticket online?

A: Buying a ticket online is easy:
1. Go to the Celtic website at www.celticfc.net. Click on the Ticket tab. Click the online book link. You will then enter the Celtic FC e-tickets home page. Then choose the game that you wish to purchase tickets for.
2. You will then see the stadium plan. Choose the area where you would like to sit. There is an index on the left hand side which will show you the availability.
3. Once you have chosen the area you will then be asked what price of ticket you wish to purchase and how many. Where applicable it will offer full view and restricted view tickets.
4. Once you have done this you will be taken to a page where it will confirm the game and the amount of tickets you are purchasing. If you want to buy tickets for another match choose the continue shopping link and follow the same instructions as before. Alternatively click on the checkout link. Here you will be given the option to create an account to log in or to log in using details previously created.
5. Once you have logged in you will be taken to the payment page where you complete your credit/debit card details. This page will confirm the ticket price and the booking fee giving you a total price for your booking. You must acknowledge the Terms and Conditions of the sale.


Q: I am registered with the online bookings but I am unable to login. What should I do?

A: Check firstly that you are using the correct username and password (both case sensitive). If you are still experiencing problems please contact us by email, homematches@celticfc.co.uk


Q: I am registered with the website but have forgotten my username/e-mail. What can I do?

A: If you call us on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 we can supply you with your login details (please note you will need be asked to confirm all your personal details).


Q: What tickets are on sale for which matches?

A: For ticket availability, please click here


Q: The area of the ground I want to sit in is not available. Why is this?

A: Some areas of the ground may already be sold out due to high demand. Some other areas i.e. the Main Stand and Family Stand are not available due to the number of season book holders in these areas.


Q: We require more than 10 tickets for a game. Is this possible?

A: Under certain circumstances we are able to sell more than 10 tickets to one person. If you require more than 6 tickets please call us on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 and one of our colleagues on the Ticket Enquiry line will be able to assist.


Q: I have purchased tickets via the web but now require additional tickets(s) as close to them as possible. Can I do this?

A: If you require tickets close to seats you which you have already purchased, please call us on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2.


Q: I have some specific seats I want to purchase but I cannot select them, why can't I buy these seats?

A: Our systems automatically select the "best available" seat for a selected area. If you need a specific seat please contact the Ticket Enquiry Line on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 and one of the operators will be able to assist you.


Q: I have been asked for a CV2 number. What is this?

A: This is the last 3 digits of the number on the signature strip on a credit / debit card (usually on the right side of the signature strip)


Q: I have purchased tickets online but have not received a confirmation e-mail. Does this mean my purchase has not gone through?

A: Possibly, please check your e-mail address is correctly registered with us. If this is registered incorrectly no confirmation e-mail will have been sent. If your e-mail address is correctly registered with us please contact 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 and we will check your booking.


Q: I have purchased tickets and they have not arrived by post?

A: Matchday Saturday/Sunday - All tickets booked after Wednesday afternoon prior to the match will be made available for collection from the ticket office.
Matchday Tuesday/Wednesday - All tickets booked after the Thursday prior to the match will be made available for collection from the ticket office.
Matchday Thursday - All tickets booked after the Monday prior to the match will be made available for collection from the ticket office.

All bookings with a delivery address out with the UK (excluding the Republic of Ireland) will automatically be retained in the ticket office for collection.

If you have not received your ticket the day prior to the match, please contact the enquiry line on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 Please have your booking information ready as you will be asked to confirm various details.


Q: I have lost my match tickets, what do I do?

A: If you have lost your ticket prior to the match, please contact the enquiry line on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2. An administration fee is applicable for a reprint.


Q: I have forgotten my match tickets, what happens?

A: If you have forgotten to bring your ticket to the match, please visit the Ticket Office. You will need to bring your booking confirmation and identification as you will be asked to confirm details. An administration fee is applicable for a reprint.


Q: How can I get tickets for a disabled supporter?

A: If you contact our Ticket Office on either 0871 226 1888 one of our staff will be able to assist you.


Q: Can I book tickets and pick them up from the shop?

A: No, tickets purchased online will automatically be posted out as per the details on your confirmation email. If you want to arrange to have your tickets collected you have to contact the Ticket Enquiry line on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2 to arrange.


Q: What is a restricted view seat?

A: Restricted view seats are seats where there is a restriction to the view of the goal mouth area on either side of the pitch. On certain seats, there is a discount on the match price when purchasing these seats. Tickets for these seats will always have restricted view printed on them.


Q: What happens if the game has to be re-scheduled?

A: In most cases the ticket purchased for the original seat will be valid for any re-scheduled match. If you are unsure, please contact the ticket enquiry line on 0871 226 1888* option 1 then option 2.


Q: What happens if I cannot make the game after I have purchased the ticket?

A: There is no refund policy on returned match tickets.


Q: How do I use my ticket at the turnstiles?

A: When you walk into the turnstile, please insert the barcode end of the ticket face up into the reader and wait for a green light. Once the green light appears, please walk through the turnstile. Please note there is a time limit on this process.


Q: What happens if the turnstile does not open or if there is no light?

A: This could be because the ticket was not properly inserted or the ticket did not read. Try again and if it is still not working please make your way to the Ticket Office where the staff will check the ticket for you.


Q: What happens if my ticket is presented and a red light shows?

A: If this happens, you will need to visit the Ticket Office.


Q: Can I remove the stub from the ticket and insert this into the turnstile reader?

A: No, this will render your ticket invalid. You will need to leave the stub on the ticket. If the stub has been removed please go straight to the Ticket Office to have your ticket checked.


Q: My ticket is damaged what can I do?

A: You need to bring the damaged ticket to the Ticket Office where the ticket will be checked.


Q: Where can I find the full terms and conditions for purchasing tickets?

A: A copy of the Ground Regulations can be found here.


Q: Where can I find a stadium plan?

A: Click here

(* Calls cost up to 10p per minute, telecoms provider dependent. Mobile and other provider charges may vary).

 

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Meetings & Events

Q: How many rooms do you have?

A: We have 13 Executive Boxes, 15 function suites and 2 restaurants.


Q: What is the largest number of delegates you can accommodate?

A: The capacity depends on the room and the layout. Contact the sales team on 0141 551 4405 for more information.


Q: Can you host events on Match Days?

A:It may be possible to host events on matchdays depending on event requirements and match kick off time.


Q: What are the costs involved in having a meeting with food and beverages?

A: Our standard day delegate rate is £25.00 per person. We can be very flexible on the price and can tailor make packages to suit your needs.


Q: Are you able to hold large or gala dinner events?

A: Yes, the Kerrydale Suite can seat up to 500 guests for a dinner dance.


Q: What time does your liquor license extend to?

A: The liquor license extends to 0100 hours


Q: What is the closest train station to Celtic Football Club?

A: The closest train stations are Dalmarnock and Bridgeton

 

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Premium and Corporate Tickets

Q: When can I expect to receive my tickets?

A: Hospitality tickets are normally dispatched 1 week prior to the game. This may sometimes be earlier dependent on the time of booking or local/Bank holidays.


Q: Is car parking included?

A: Car parking is included for Corporate Hospitality and a day permit is included with your tickets. It is strictly 1 permit for every 4 guests. Premium hospitality does not include car parking however, there is a car park situated close to the East stand which is served on a first come first served basis. Car parks close strictly 1 hour prior to kick off and may close earlier if instructed to do so by the match commander.


Q: Is there a dress code?

A: All premium and corporate areas have a dress code and these details will be sent with your match tickets. Dress codes can vary from smart casual to lounge suit. Please ensure that you have the correct dress code on arrival to gain access to the hospitality areas. Dress codes do not apply to under 16's.


Q: Opening and closing time including last orders at bar

A: Premium lounges open at 11am for and early KO, 12.30pm for a 3pm KO and 5.30pm for an evening fixture. Timings for the hospitality areas can be found inside the ticket wallet sent out in advance of the match. All suites, restaurants and lounges close 1 hour after full time. Drinks will be served until 15 minutes prior to KO.


Q: Will tickets be valid if the match is cancelled/postponed and do we offer a refund in such instances?

A: Matchday tickets will be valid for the re-scheduled date. If this date is not suitable we will look to accommodate your request for another match subject to availability.


Q: Can standard season book holders upgrade?

A: Yes, please call the hospitality team for more information on availability and prices to allow you to do this. Upgrades are not available for matches against Rangers or European fixtures.


Q: Does the price include Vat?

A: All premium seating prices quoted are inclusive of VAT. VAT is additional to prices quoted within Corporate areas.

 

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Restaurant

Q: What are the opening hours?

A:The restaurant is open on Sundays for lunch (subject to fixtures) and on Saturday evenings (subject to minimum numbers)


Q: Is there any entertainment?

A: Hoopy is in the restaurant on Sundays and there are photo opportunities with the European trophies on Saturday evenings (subject to availability). There is also live entertainment/background music in the evenings.


Q: How do I book a table?

A: Bookings can be placed by email, via telephone or in person. Please note, a non-refundable deposit of £5.00 per adult is required to secure a table. However, if the restaurant is closed due to a rescheduled match, customers will be given the opportunity to transfer deposit to an alternative date or will be offered a full refund.


Q: How far in advance can I book a table?

A: The booking system is set up to take bookings for approximately three months in advance.


Q: Is there wheelchair access to the restaurant?

A: Yes, there is a lift from the No7 entrance to the restaurant itself and there are two disabled toilets in the restaurant.


Q: What kind of card payment do you accept?

A: We accept any type of card payment, including AMEX and Visa Electron.


Q: Do I have to be out by a certain time?

A: No, unless the restaurant is extremely busy or we have set times for sittings the table is yours until closing time (midnight on Saturday evenings. 6.00pm on Sundays).


Q: Is there a children's menu?

A: Yes, a children's menu is available at £10.00 and is for children aged 12 and under.


Q: Is the restaurant open on home match days?

A: On Saturdays, the restaurant is open after the match, from 7.30pm onwards and is closed on Sundays if there is a home match.


Q: Can I combine a tour and a meal?

A: This is possible on Sundays only. Tours are at 11.00am, 12 noon, 1.45pm and 2.30pm and last approximately 1½ hours. Lunch can be booked from 12 noon.


Q: Can I purchase a gift voucher for the restaurant?

A: Yes, call 0871 226 1888* option 4 and we can issue gift voucher(s)

(* Calls cost up to 10p per minute, telecoms provider dependent. Mobile and other provider charges may vary).

 

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Stadium Tours

Q: I have placed an online booking but I have not received confirmation?

A: Your booking is completed immediately and confirmed at the same time. Occasionally due to technical difficulties, or browser settings, the booking may fail. In this instance please call us on 0871 226 1888*.


Q: I have booked and confirmed but I have not received my tickets?

A: N/A as no payment is taken for online bookings.


Q: How long does the tour take?

A: The tour lasts approx 90 minutes for non-matchday tours, and about 60 minutes on matchday tours


Q: Is parking available?

A: Yes, parking is available generally but not when there is a game on.


Q: Will we see any of the players?

A: It is possible but very unlikely. The players only tend to be at the stadium on a matchday as they spend the majority of their time at our state of the art training complex.


Q: Do we have to book in advance?

A: Booking in advance is advisable. If you just turn up, the tour may be full and you would have to wait for the next available tour.


Q: What times are the Stadium Tours?

A: Tours are available at 11.00, 12.00, 13.45, and 14.30 seven days a week. On Saturday home matchdays the times are 09.30,10.00,10.30 and 11.00.


Q: Where do I go to join the tour?

A: The entrance to the tour is situated to the left of the Main Entrance to the Stadium.


Q: Do you take group bookings? Are there discounts for group bookings?

A: We take group bookings of any size. Groups of 40 or more will be split in two groups, with separate tour guides. 1 person in 10 will be free of charge.


Q: Is there anywhere to leave luggage or bags?

A: Sadly not. Due to the high level of security that we operate at Celtic Football club we are not in a position to look after any luggage.


Q: Is there anywhere for us to eat within the stadium?

A: Only on Sundays can you combine a meal with a tour. The Number 7 Restaurant is open for bookings from 12.00. The latest time for booking is 16.00.


Q: I am disabled. Will I be able to go on a Stadium Tour at Celtic Park?

A: Yes. Celtic Football Club pride ourselves on welcoming people of all different backgrounds and ability. It is advisable to contact us before your tour so we can make arrangements if required.


Q: Am I able to take young children on the tour?

A: Yes. Young children are welcome, but be aware that there are a number of stairs that will require a buggy to be carried.


Q: I have a voucher, can I prebook?

A: Tour tickets can be bought in advance by calling 0871 226 1888, without specifying a date. However the tour should be reserved before coming along to the Stadium.

 

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