Celtic Park

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Other Names : Parkhead or Paradise

Address : East End of Glasgow, , Celtic Football Club, , Celtic Park, , Glasgow G40 3RE, , Scotland, ,

Capacity : 60832

Year First Built : 1892

Status : In Use

Primary Sport or Event : Football (Soccer)

Main Tenant : The Celtic Football Club

Celtic Park elevation above sea level : 40m

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Map showing the location of Celtic Park in Scotland.

Previous Comments For Celtic Park

Disappointed with my visit to Celtic park. A name that seems to force a opinion that they are Celt's. That they are the only club in Scotland that are somehow Celtic.The stadium is nothing other than the cheapest option. Concrete, block and what seems to be scaffolding. Not befitting a Elite football club. My seat was positioned behind a huge structural vertical beam. My enjoyment of the game was non existent considering I'm not a local. I was informed later in Glasgow that Ibrox is the finest stadium in Scotland. I went and it is. A beautiful stadium which has been listed by the Scottish government as a historic gem.
By Harry Alba on 10/10/2023
Genuinely fantastic atmosphere. Would urge anyone to sample it, even just once. I would suggest you ignore the comments of 'Simon Cartwright' (not his real name). Just another example of the petty jealousy we have to endure from younger Glasgow clubs.
By Jack milton on 09/10/2018
Very cheaply built stadium which is in a state of disrepair. It needs a lot of work done to it.
By Simon Cartwright on 13/06/2018
We love every minute we visit paradise Peter and Carol oz
On 18/02/2018
Celtic Park is the best football stadium in Scotland. With a 60,000 capacity it has 10,000 more seats than Ibrox. The curved corners give it an enclosed feel instead of four separate stands which is superior to other grounds who's owners have tried and failed to fill in the corners. The crowd are fairly close to the pitch unlike Hampden which has a running track which arcs the fans away from the pitch behind the goals. Celtic's stands tower high above the grass and provide a very intimidating atmosphere, especially on European nights and matches against local rivals. There is a safe standing zone in one of the corners where a singing section provide huge vocal support and colourful displays which are the envy of many other clubs. Built for a cost of £35Million in the mid 90s, Celtic Park has proved to be outstanding value for money for the club. The approaches to the ground look tremendous, especially the Celtic Way leading to the front door and the statues and banners on the outside of the stadium add a touch of class.
By Len McCoy on 04/09/2017
Nice stadium, but feels and looks like it was built on the cheap and obviously not to last.
By Sean Malloney on 11/10/2015
Still two excellent stadiums in Glasgow. Pity Ibrox is crumbling!
By Jimmy on 22/09/2013
que suerte
On 07/11/2012
Best atmosphere in Britain stadium should be more than 3 stars !,,
By Thai tims67 on 25/05/2012
i wanna go celtic park looks amazing
By kim on 15/11/2011
celtic park is an amazing stadium especially the green brigade (section 111)
By Guest on 05/01/2011
This is only a 3 star stadium Laughed at Celtic
By Craig Bellamy on 13/05/2010
Aye Timmy.Good one. Jog on! 53
By Davie that is Davie on 13/05/2010
I love Celtic Park!!!!! Best atmosphere in club football
By Timmy Timson on 04/05/2010

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