|Telephone:||0871 226 1888|
|Ground Information:||Celtic Park has been the home of Celtic FC since 1892, when the club moved away from a nearby ground that was also called Celtic Park following a dispute over the rent. Celtic Park officially opened on the 13th of August 1892 with the club's annual sports day. The first match was played a week later and saw Celtic beat Renton 4-3.|
Aberdeen to Glasgow
Take the A90 south out of Aberdeen, following signs to Perth and Stirling as you go. Proceed onto the M90 and leave at junction 10,signposted Stirling. Head for the A9, then you will come to a roundabout, which will take you onto the M9. Look for junction 4, signposted A80 then head down the A73 to join the M73, signposted Glasgow S.E. Leave at junction 1 and follow signs to southeast Glasgow. This will lead you onto the M74. At the end of the motorway turn right and join the A74 and Parkhead should be visible about a mile up the road on the right hand side.
|Parking:||Coaches can park in Gailes Street and Buddon Street which is adjacent to Springfield Road|
|Local Pubs & Hotels:||Lots of choice within the city centre, only 3 miles away|
|Disabled Facilities:||There are 6 spaces available for visiting fans in the North Stand and East Stand. Six helpers are also admitted. Check with Celtic FC for curent price. Price covers a disabled fan and a helper. There are disabled toilets in the North Stand, The East Stand and the South West Stand. For further details, call 0141 5514311. Bookings are necessary.|