WITH just over two weeks to go until the Celtic FC Festival, excitement is rising at the club, and the first-team players are getting in on the action!

We kick-off the three-day celebration with First-team Friday at the Festival, with no fewer than TEN of our heroes in the Hoops confirmed to join in the fun!

Not only will attendees on Friday (July 26) be the first to see the Treble Treble winning Celts in the 2019/20 NB Third Kit, as the Bhoys debut the strip for the season ahead – but some lucky supporters will also have the chance to meet the players for the perfect Celtic Selfie!

On Friday, our captain Scott Brown will be accompanied by Callum McGregor, James Forrest, Ryan Christie, Odsonne Edouard, Scott Sinclair, Nir Bitton, Jonny Hayes, Jack Hendry and Craig Gordon… and you will have the chance to see them all!*

With special Celtic selfie zones set-up throughout the halls each afternoon, supporters can meet the players for some amazing photo opportunities, and with different players appearing each day – who knows who will be in your selfies!?

We will also have some Celtic legends at the selfie zones and appearing on the Celtic View Stage from 10am on Friday morning, including Lubo Moravcik, Tom Boyd, Murdo MacLeod, Jackie McNamara and Tommy Johnson!

Throughout the day the Magners Fanzone will act as the social hub for the festival, where fans can kick-back, chill out and enjoy a cold drink and some live music.

On the decks, we have former Celtic winger, Bobby Petta as well as Celtic Park’s resident DJ, Ciar plus a whole host of live musicians including; Liam McGrandles, Joe Gallagher and Kevin McDermott, keeping you entertained with your favourite Celtic songs.

If you haven’t yet secured tickets for the Celtic FC Festival, you can book online now at, with tickets priced £15 for adults, £12.50 for concessions, £7.50 for juniors (aged 6-16) and completely FREE OF CHARGE for kids under six.

We look forward to seeing you there for a fantastic Friday celebrating Glasgow’s green and white!

*Player availability may be subject to change.