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Celtic announce that popular Sports Bar at Celtic Park now ‘dog friendly’

Celtic have announced that the Sports Bar at Celtic Park is now a “dog-friendly space”.

The bar opened in October 2022 and has been a popular pre- and post-match destination for Celtic fans to eat, drink, and socialise with friends and family.

Celtic Sports Bar open seven days a week

The Sports Bar is open not only on matchdays but also on non-matchdays for fans and visitors on stadium tours.

It is open seven days a week and provides live events and screenings of Celtic away matches for supporters.

On the club website, Celtic said: “The Bar offers the perfect place to meet with friends and family pre-match for food & drinks, and to gather again after full-time when the bar re-opens.

“What's more, the bar is open to supporters on non-matchdays too for fans to enjoy the new surroundings when visiting Celtic Park.”

Dogs allowed in Sports Bar

On Sunday, March 24, Celtic announced that the Sports Bar will now welcome dogs on non-matchdays. In a club statement on the website, Celtic said: “We’re pleased to announce that the Sports Bar at Celtic Park is now a dog-friendly space, with well-behaved dogs welcome on non-matchdays.

“It’s the perfect meeting place, open to all visitors to the stadium, with bar service and snack foods available to purchase. And following the news that the venue is now dog friendly, we’ve added Hoopycinos to the menu, with bowls of water readily available too.”

Celtic said that all dogs must be kept on a lead and kept at floor level when they are inside the Sports Bar.


Will Murray

Freelance football journalist. Experience writing for When Saturday, Comes, Goalkeeper.com, Elite Scholars and Total Football Analysis. Recently finished an MA in Sport Journalism at the University of Brighton. Long-time season ticket holder at the two-time European Champions Nottingham Forest.

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