Matchday :: First Time Fans & Family Fun
CELTIC FOOTBALL CLUB LOOKS FORWARD TO WELCOMING FOOTBALL SUPPORTERS TO GLASGOW AND CELTIC PARK STADIUM!
WE HOPE THIS GUIDE PROVIDES YOU WITH ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO CELTIC PARK, HOME OF THE 2011/2012 SPL CHAMPIONS!
HOW CAN I PURCHASE HOME MATCH TICKETS?
Supporters can purchase tickets online at www.celticfc.net or by calling our 24 hour booking line, 0871 226 1888** or by visiting the Celtic Ticket Office.
(Tickets purchased online/via booking line are subject to a booking fee)
Tickets for our matches are also available in the following retail outlets (subject to availability):
We now offer a Ticketfast(Print at Home) facility which allows supporters to purchase their tickets online and print them at home! For more information, visit www.celticfc.net/tickets_ticketfast
On the day of the game, tickets are available from the Celtic Ticket Office or from the ticket outlet at the rear of the Celtic Superstore.
We advise supporters to buy their tickets before the day of the game to avoid queues!
We accept the following credit/debit cards:- Visa, AMEX, Mastercard, Maestro, Solo and Electron.
All tickets are sold subject to the Stadium Ground Regulations.
ARE MATCH TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR CONCESSIONS?
We offer concession prices for Under 16 and 65+ and these are available in all areas of the Stadium. Please note that ALL patrons visiting Celtic Park require tickets, including children.
When is the Ticket Office open?
The Ticket Office is open Monday to Friday, 9.30am til 5pm. For matchdays, the Ticket Office is open as follows:
Saturdays (3pm kick-offs) 9.30am til kick-off
Saturday/Sunday (early kick-off): 9am til Kick-off
Weekday matches: 9.30am - Kick-off
HOW DO I ACCESS THE STADIUM?
Entry to the stadium is by Skidata Entry System. This is an E-Ticket system which operates full height turnstiles. Each ticket has a barcode which gives entry to the stadium. Stewards will be on hand to facilitate entry to the stadium.
DISABLED INFORMATION & ACCESS
If a disabled person tells us about particular needs or requirements, we will do everything we reasonably can to assist.
For further information regarding disabled tickets Contact Paula Dunne on 0141 551 4203 or via e-mail at email@example.com
HOW DO I GET TO THE STADIUM?
Celtic Park lies in the Parkhead district of Glasgow, about a mile and a half east of the City Centre.
From the motorway
Visitors coming from the north or south by motorway can follow the M74 or M73 and the M74 (East) to junction 2A, and proceed for another mile or so along London Road to the ground.
Motorway exit from east/west
Visitors from the East or West can exit at M8 junctions 12, 13, and 14 or alternatively merge onto M74 and take junction 1a Polmadie and follow signs.
Buses from Glasgow City Centre
From Glasgow City Centre, the Nos. 61, 62, 255, 240 and 64 buses go to Tollcross Road and you would get off at the Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre and walk down to Celtic Park. The No 43 bus goes along London Road past the ground.
Trains from Queen Street Station
Trains from Queen Street to Bellgrove take you to within 20 minutes walk of the ground.
Trains from Glasgow City Centre
Trains from Glasgow Central or Argyle Street to Dalmarnock and Bridgeton take you to within 5 minutes walk of the ground.
Celtic Park will open 90 minutes prior to kick-off.
CATERING AT CELTIC PARK
We offer a wide variety of food at our kiosks within the Stadium. Why not try our 40% less fat scotch pies or one of our many Meal Deals!
WHAT PARKING FACILITIES ARE AVAILABLE?
For supporters travelling to the game, we advise supporters to park in Dalriada St near to Springfield Rd. Please arrive early as parking spaces are not guaranteed.
I WOULD LIKE TO GO ON A TOUR, WHEN ARE THEY AVAILABLE?
Guided tours are available from Monday to Sunday at 11am, 12 noon, 1.45pm and 2.30pm (except home matchdays). Saturday Matchday tours now available at 9.30, 10.00, 10.30 and 11.00.
Booking Hotline: +44 (0) 141 551 4308
For group booking, please contact the booking hotline number for further information.
IS THERE A RETAIL OUTLET AT CELTIC PARK?
Merchandise can be purchased from our Superstore at Celtic Park.
The Celtic Superstore,
The Superstore opening hours are as follows: Mon-Wed 9am-5.30pm - Thurs-Sat 9am-6pm Sun 10am-5pm
Induction Loop facility is available in the Celtic Ticket Office, the Main Reception at Celtic Park, in the Kerrydale Suite Reception and a mobile unit is held by the Catering Department.
WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO CELTIC PARK!
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Ground RegulationsCeltic F.C. Limited ("the Club") Celtic Park Ground Regulations (the "Ground Regulations")
All persons entering the Stadium are admitted subject to the these Ground Regulations, the Rules of Unacceptable Conduct, the Club's Social Mission Statement and to the applicable Rules and Regulations of The Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League, and the Scottish Football League and/or, where applicable, the Regulations of the FIFA/UEFA Competitions. ENTRY TO THE STADIUM SHALL BE DEEMED TO CONSTITUTE UNQUALIFIED ACCEPTANCE OF ALL THESE RULES AND REGULATIONS.
1. All matches are played at Celtic Park (the "Stadium") in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League, The Scottish Football League, and where applicable, the Regulations of FIFA/UEFA Competitions.
2. Play cannot be guaranteed to take place on any particular day or at any particular time and the Club reserves the right to change its advertised fixtures without prior notice and without liability.
3. Tickets (whether season tickets or paper tickets) are issued by the Club for the use of the ticket holder only. Resale or transfer of the ticket is prohibited without the consent of the Club. If there is a breach of this condition, the Club may cancel the ticket and retain any money initially paid for it.
4. If the game to which a ticket gives access is postponed or abandoned for any reason, that ticket will be valid on the rearranged date. A person who has purchased a match ticket and who does not wish to attend the rearranged playing of the match shall be entitled either to a refund of the face value of the ticket in the case of a postponement or an amount to be determined by the Club acting reasonably in the case of abandonment after the match has kicked off. In such events the refund will only be paid if the Club received the application for refund within 7 days of the announcement of the rearranged match. All applications for and correspondence in relation to refunds should be addressed to Celtic Ticket Services, 95 Kerrydale Street, Glasgow G40 3RD and be accompanied by the relevant ticket stub. Please ensure that the name and address of the ticket holder are written clearly, preferably in block capitals, in order that it can be processed. You should allow 28 days for the refund to be made.The Club will not be liable to reimburse any other amounts to the ticket holder incurred as a result of postponement or abandonment of the match due to circumstances beyond the Club's control. These refund provisions do not apply to season ticket holders.
5. Every person entering the Stadium must have a valid ticket.
6. Unauthorised persons are not permitted to enter upon the trackside, field of play, or any other place specified by the Club or the Police.
7. With the exception of authorised media representatives holding accreditation issued by the Club/event organiser, the taking of photographs or filming by any means inside the Stadium is prohibited. In addition, no transmission or reproduction, in whole or part, in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise is permitted save with a special authorisation in writing by the Club/event organiser and, where appropriate, the prior consent of The Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League, the Scottish Football League or appropriate body.
8. Only persons specifically authorised in writing by the Club are permitted to offer newspapers, periodicals, match programmes, food, beverages or any other articles or substances for sale in the Stadium and any charitable collection will only be permitted within the Stadium with the prior written consent of the Club.
9. Unnecessary noise such as from the use of radio sets and behaviour likely to cause confusion, annoyance, or nuisance of any kind, is not permitted in any part of the Stadium.
10. Smoking is NOT permitted anywhere within the Stadium.
11. The use of threatening behaviour, foul or abusive language is strictly FORBIDDEN. Racial, sectarian, political, homophobic or discriminatory abuse or chanting is also forbidden and is considered as unacceptable conduct and may result in arrest and a lifetime ban from regulated football matches.
12. Please note it is an offence punishable by law for any person to enter or attempt to enter the Stadium:
13. Standing is FORBIDDEN in seated viewing areas.
14. Banners, or other articles which could, or might be used as a weapon, or to cause annoyance or unnecessary obstruction or offence, or which are regarded by the Club or the Police as dangerous or unsafe are not permitted within the Stadium.
15. All persons entering the Stadium are admitted subject to the condition that they may be required to submit to search to prevent prohibited articles being brought into the Stadium which might be used to cause injury or damage other persons or property.
16. Under no circumstances is it permitted to throw any objects which may cause injury or offence whether on to the pitch or track or otherwise.
17. At all times, the right of admission is reserved by the Club. No transfers from one seat to another within the Stadium will normally be allowed. Spectators found in the wrong area amid opposing fans may be ejected.
18. The Club reserves the right for its servants, and agents, and for members of the police forces to remove from the Stadium any person who does not comply with the rules and regulations of The Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Premier League, The Scottish Football League and/or, where applicable, the Regulations of the FIFA/UEFA Competitions, or whose presence in the Stadium is or could reasonable be construed as constituting a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to other spectators.
19. On no account will admission be granted to a person who is the subject of a current Football Banning Order.
20. CCTV may be in use and recordings could be used in any proceedings.
Any breach of Ground Regulations may result in ejection or action by Strathclyde Police.