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    • Last Updated: 17th November 2016
    • Club Info
      Club Celtic
      Telephone 0871 226 1888
      Commercial Enquiries
      Email Address [email protected]
    • Ground Information
      Ground Nick Name Paradise
      Opened 1892
      Capacity 60,832 seats
      Record Attedance 92 975 (Celtic - Rangers, 1938)
      Pitch Size: 105m x 68m
      Pitch Type Grass
      Heating Yes

    Celtic Park is the home to Celtic Football Club and is the biggest stadium in Scotland.

    Known to their fans as either Parkhead or Paradise, the stadium opened its doors on 20th August 1892 when Celtic took on the now defunct side Renton in a 4-3 victory. The club had originally played at another venue also named Celtic Park from 1888 to 1892 but left after the landlord increased the rent.

    The stadium has went through may facelifts in its time and at one point in the early 1990s, there was plans in place to move out and build a new 52,000 seated stadium.

    The arrival of new owner Fergus McCann put a stop to any move and he quickly put plans in place to instead upgrade Celtic Park in three phases which started in 1995 and ended in 1998.

    This redevelopment cost £40 million and with a capacity of 60,411, meant it was the biggest club stadium in Britain at that time.

    The club has hosted international matches as well as numerous cup finals and uniquely, it was also the first football stadium to have a press box.

    Motorway exit from North/South

    Visitors coming from the north or south by motorway can follow the M74 or M73 and the M74 (East) take the A74 exit toward Tollcross/Rutherglen. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Fullarton Rd/London Rd/A74, and proceed for another mile or so along London Road to the ground on your right.

    Motorway exit from East/West

    Visitors from the East or West can exit at M8 junctions 12, 13, and 14.

    Buses from Glasgow City Centre

    From Glasgow City Centre, the Nos. 61, 62, 64, 255 and 240 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 15 minutes walk of the ground.

    Parking facilities

    For supporters travelling to the game, we have a car park in Janefield Street near to Springfield Rd. Please arrive early as parking spaces are limited, and first-come, first-served.


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    • Celtic Park
    • Glasgow
    • G40 3RE
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