Celtic Fixtures, Results and Programmes 2013/2014

Manager: Neil Lennon

Assistant Manager: Johan Mjällby

First Team Coach: Gary Parker, Danny McGrain M.B.E., Stevie Woods

Team Captain: Scott Brown

Captain Scott Brown

Celtic win their 45th League title

Neil Lennon is now only the fourth manager in Celtic's history to win 3-league-titles-in-a-row

This was the quickest top league title victory since 1928/29 season.

 

Scottish Premiership: Champions (by 26/03/2014)
Scottish FA Cup: 5th Round (winners St Johnstone)
Scottish League Cup: 3rd Round (winners Aberdeen)
UEFA Champions League: Group Stage

 

Celtic score is always first.

Celtic Competitive Fixtures and Results 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Cliftonville FC, 17/07/2013, Champions League Second Qualifying Round
Cliftonville FC

17/07/2013
Solitude
UEFA Champions League 2nd qualifying round, 1st leg.
3-0 - Lustig, Samaras, Forrest.

On the same night as this game on-loan Mo Bangura scored the fifth goal in a 7-1 win for IF Elfsborg over FC Daugava Daugavpils of Latvia in the first leg of their second qualifying round tie.

Cliftonville FC, 23/07/2013, Champions League Second Qualifying Round
CLIFTONVILLE FC

23/07/2013
Celtic Park
UEFA Champions League 2nd qualifying round, 2nd leg.
2-0 - Ambrose, Samaras.

Included in the season book.Match tickets are scarce.

IF Elfsborg, Champions League, 31/07/2013
IF ELFSBORG

31/07/2013
Celtic Park
UEFA Champions League 3rd qualifying round, 1st leg.
1-0 - Commons

Ross County, Scottish Premiership, 03/08/2013
ROSS COUNTY

03/08/2013
Celtic Park
The SPL Round 1.
2-1 - Stokes (2).

Derk Boerrigter debut (off injured after 37 mins).

Match  programme
IF Elfsborg

07/08/2013
Borås Arena, Borås
UEFA Champions League
3rd qualifying round, 2nd leg
0-0

No programme
ST MIRREN

10/08/2013
Celtic Park
SPL Round 2.
p-p

Celtic postponed this match to play Liverpool in Dublin in the inaugural Dublin Decider.

14/08/2013 - Scott Brown, James Forrest (off 67 mins) and Charlie Mulgrew (on 67 mins) played in England 3 Scotland 2 friendly international at Wembley Stadium.


Aberdeen

17/08/2013
SPL Round 3.
Pittodrie
2-0 - Commons, Forrest.


Shakhter Karagandy

20/08/2013
UEFA Champions League
play-off round, 1st leg
Astana Arena, Astana, Kazakhstan
0-2

Virgil van Dijk competative debut. This leg was moved from Shakhter's home ground of Shakhtyor Stadium, Karagandy, Kazakhstan to the 30,000 capacity Astana Arena in Astana.

Inverness CT, Scottish Premiership, 23/08/2013
INVERNESS CT

24/08/2013
SPL Round 4
Celtic Park
2-2 - Mulgrew, Matthews.

 

FC Shakhter Karagandy, Champions League, 28/08/2013
SHAKHTER
KARAGANDY

28/08/2013
UEFA Champions League
Play-off round, 2nd leg
Celtic Park
3-0 - Commons, Samaras, Forrest.


Dundee Utd

31/08/2013
SPL Round 5
Tannadice
1-0 - Stokes

World Cup Qualifiers

06/09/2013 - James Forrest (off 86), Charlie Mulgrew and Scott Brown (c) played in Scotland 0 Belgium 2. Joe Ledley and Adam Matthews (on 79 mins - 11th Cap) played in Macedonia 2 Wales 1. Teemu Pukki played (off 81) in Finland 0 Spain 2. Emilio Iaaguirre played in Mexico 1 Honduras 2. Fraser Forster was an unused sub in England 4 Moldova 0. Mikael Lustig (off 65) played in Ireland 1 Sweden 2. Mohamed Bangura played in Sierra Leone 3 Equatorial Guinea 2. Efe Ambrose played in Nigeria 2 Malawi 0.

10/09/13 - Scott Brown (c) and Charlie Mulgrew played in Macedonia 1 Scotland 2. Joe Ledley (off 75mins) and Adam Matthews played in Wales 0 Serbia 3. Georgios Samaras played in Greece 1 Latvia 0. Teemu Pukki played in Georgia 0 Finland 1. Emilio Izaguirre played in Mexico 2 Panama 2. Efe Ambrose played in Nigeria 4 Burkina Faso 1 (friendly).


Hearts

14/09/2013
SPL Round 6
Tynecastle
3-1 - Commons, Stokes, Pukki.

Teemu Pukki scoring debut.

No programme
AC Milan

18/09/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 1
San Siro Stadium
0-2

Nir Biton debut.

No official programme issued.

St Johnstone, Scottish Premiership, 21/09/2013
ST JOHNSTONE

21/09/2013
SPL Round 7
Celtic Park
2-1 - Pukki, Mulgrew.
Teemu Pukki starting debut

Morton, Scottish League Cup, 24/09/2013
MORTON

24/09/2013
League Cup Round 3.
Celtic Park
0-1

Morton's first victory at Celtic Park since 1971. Easily the biggest away support since the now defunct Rangers FC last played at Celtic Park.


Kilmarnock

28/09/2013
SPL Round 8
Rugby Park
5-2 - Commons, Samaras (3), Baldé.

Georgios Samaras hat-trick - it is the first ever hat-trick in the Scottish Premiership. Amido Balde's first competatve goal.

Celtic v Barcelona, 01/10/2013, Champions League Group Stage
FC BARCELONA

01/10/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 2
Celtic Park
0-1

Celtic 2 Motherwell 0, 05/10/2013, Scottish Premiership
MOTHERWELL

05/10/2013
SPL Round 9
Celtic Park
2-0 - Stokes, Commons

Adam Matthews stretchered off with a suspected broken collar bone

World Cup Qualifiers

11/10/2013 - Anthony STOKES (booked) played in Germany 3 ROI 0.Mikael LUSTIG (off 65) played in Sweden 2 Austria 1. Georgios SAMARAS played in Greece 1 Slovakia 0. Emilio IZAGUIRRE (off 78) played in Honduras 1 Costa Rica 0. Fraser FORSTER was an unused sub in England 4 Montenegro 1.

15/10/2013 - Mikael Lustig was an unused sub in Sweden 3 Germany 5. Emilio IZAGUIRRE played in Jamaica 2 Honduras 2. Charlie MULGREW and Scott BROWN played in Scotland 2 Croatia 0. Nir BITTON was an unused sub in Israel 1 N.Ireland 1. Georgios SAMARAS (off 69) played in Greece 2 Liechtenstein 0. Fraser FORSTER was an unused sub in England 2 Poland 0. Efe AMBROSE played in Ethiopia 1 Nigeria 2. Teemu PUKKI (off 86) played in France 3 Finland 0.


Hibernian

19/10/2013
SPL Round 10
Easter Road
1-1 - Forrest

19 year old Darnell Fisher made his competative debut.

Celtic 2 Ajax 1, Champions League, 22/10/2013
AFC AJAX

22/10/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 3
Celtic Park
2-1 - Forrest, Kayal.

The day before this match, French football magazine So Foot published their Top 10 best football supporters in the world list. The Celtic faithfull were third, behind Boca Juniors and Borussia Dortmund and were the only Brits on the list.


Partick Thistle

27/10/2013
SPL Round 11
Firhill
2-1 - Samaras, Baldé

Dundee United, 02/11/2013, Scottish Premiership
DUNDEE UTD

02/11/2013
SPL Round 12
Celtic Park
1-1 - Mulgrew.

Match programme
AFC Ajax

06/11/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 4
Amsterdam Arena
0-1


Ross County

09/11/2013
SPL Round 13
The Global Energy Stadium (Victoria Park)
4-1 - van Dijk (2), Ledley (2)

Live on BT Sport.

World Cup Qualifiers

15/11/2013 - Mikael Lustig played in Portugal 1 Sweden (WCQ play-off 1st leg). Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew played in Scotland 0 USA 0 (Friendly).Georgios Samaras played in Greece 3 Romania 1. Fraser Forster (debut) played in England 0 Chile 2 (Friendly). Anthony Stokes (on 81) played in ROI 3 Latvia 0 (Friendly).

16/11/2013 - Joe Ledley (Wales) and Teemu Pukki (Finland) played in Wales v Finland (Friendly). Efe Ambrose played in Nigeria 2 Etheopia 0 (WCQ play-off 2nd leg - Nigeria qualified). Emilio Izaguirre (off 72) played in Brazil 5 Honduras 0 (Friendly).

Dundee United, 02/11/2013, Scottish Premiership
ABERDEEN

23/11/2013
SPL Round 14
Celtic Park
3-1 - Commons (2), Boerrigter

Derk Boerrigter's first goal for Celtic.

 

AC Milan, 26/11/2013, Champions League
AC MILAN

26/11/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 5
Celtic Park
0-3

Celtic out of Europe with this result, no last 16, no Europa League. Celtic were fined £42,00 for fans displaying a banner depicting Bobby Sands and William Wallace, two of history's greatest freedom fighters.

Match programme
Hearts

01/12/2013
Scottish Cup Round 4
Tynecastle
7-0 - Commons (3), Brown (2), Ledley, Lustig.
Kris Commons hat-trick. Neil Lennon's 200th game as Manager of Celtic.

Match programme
Motherwell

06/12/2013
SPL Round 15
Fir Park
5-0 - Commons (2), Ambrose, Stokes, Atajic

First Celtic goal for Bahrudin Atajic. Liam Henderson competative debut.

One minute applause for ex-South Africa president Nelson Mandela.

No programme
FC Barcelona

11/12/2013
UEFA Champions League
Group H, Matchday 6
Camp Nou
1-6 - Samaras.
First time Celtic have conceded 6 goals in European competition

No programme

Celtic 1 Hibs 0, SPFL, 14/12/2013
HIBERNIAN

14/12/2013
SPL Round 16.
Celtic Park
1-0 - Pukki.

 

No programme
ST MIRREN

18/12/2013
SPL Round 2
Celtic Park
p-p
Rearranged match from 10th August.
This fixture has been posponed again until Sunday 02/02/14 at 3pm.

No programme

Celtic 2 Hearts 0, SPFL, 21/12/2013
HEARTS

21/12/2013
SPL Round 17.
Celtic Park
2-0 - Commons, Forrest.

Match progamme
St Johnstone

26/12/2013
SPL Round 18
McDairmid Park
1-0 - van Dijk


Inverness

29/12/2013
SPL Round 19
Caledonian Stadium
1-0 - Commons

Partick Thistle, 01/01/2014, Scottish Premiership
PARTICK THISTLE

01/01/2014
SPL Round 20
Celtic Park
1-0 - Ledley


St Mirren

05/01/2014
SPL Round 21
St Mirren Park
4-0 - Mulgrew, Stokes, Commons (2)

 

No programme
KILMARNOCK

11/01/2014
SPL Round 22
Celtic Park
p-p
Postoned, no programme

Match programme
MOTHERWELL

18/01//2014
SPL Round 23
Celtic Park
3-0 - Commons (2), McManus (og)

Match programme
Hibernian

26/01/2014
SPL Round 24
Easter Road
4-0 - Commons (2), van Dijk, Pukki.

Stefan Johansen debut

Match programme
KILMARNOCK

29/01/2014
SPL Round 22
Celtic Park
4-0 - Ledley, Ashcroft (o.g.), Mulgrew, Baldé.

Fraser Forster kept a clean sheet for the 10th domestic fixture in a row and broke a club record set by Charlie Shaw in the 1921/22 season of 1,000 minutes without conceding a goal.

Amido Balde scores a 90th minute goal against Kilmarnock for the second time this season - both times after coming on as a late sub.

Joe Ledley transferred to Crystal Palace on 31/12/14. Joe made his competative debut against SC Braga in a Champions League qualifier in July 2010. He went on to play 157 competative games for Celtic and scored 30 goals.

Re-arranged from 11/01/14

No programme
Aberdeen

01/02/2014
SPL Round 25
Pittodrie
p-p
Postponed. No programme.

St Mirren, 02/02/2014, Scottish Premiership
ST MIRREN

02/02/2014
SPL Round 2
Celtic Park
1-0 - Commons.

Stephan Johansen starting debut.

Record 11 consecutive league games without losing a goal.

Neil Lennon is a victim of sectarian and racist abuse at Tynecastle while watching the league cup semi-final between Aberdeen and St Johnstone on the Saturday before the St Mirren match. Morons in the Aberdeen crowd throw coins and other missiles at the Celtic manager. Police, instead of arresting the morons, move him to another part of the main stand for his safety. Another example of Scotland's secret shame.

Twice postponed match.

Aberdeen, 08/02/2014, Scottish FA Cup 5th Round
ABERDEEN

08/02/2014
Scottish Cup Round 5
Celtic Park
1-2 - Commons

St Johnstone, 16/02/2014
ST JOHNSTONE

16/02/2014
SPL Round 26
Celtic Park
3-0 - Stokes (3).

Anthony Stokes hat-trick. First start for Leigh Griffiths.

Fraser Forster equaled Bobby Clark's record (1970/71) of 12 league shut-outs in a row and set a new club record (no league goal conceded in 1,125 minutes). This also beats Chris Woods' record of 1,096 minutes set playing for the original Rangers FC during the 1986/87 season.

The next target for Neil Lennon's stingy defence will be the British record of 1,311 minutes set by Edwin Van Der Sar for Manchester Utd in 2008/09 season. God willing and providing no goals are lost against Hearts and Aberdeen in the next two games, that will be Inverness at Celtic Park on the 1st of March.


Hearts

22/02/2014
SPL Round 27
Tynecastle
2-0 - Griffiths, Pukki.

Leigh Griffiths' first goal for Celtic.

Fraser Forster beat Bobby Clark's 43 year old record with his 13th consecutive league shut-out.

 


Aberdeen

25/02/2014
SPL Round 25
Pittodrie
1-2 - Forrest.

Fraser Forster broke his own and the Scottish league record of 1,215 consecutive minutes without losing a goal. The run was ended during this match (14th) when Aberdeen scored in the 41st minute making a new Scottish record of 1,256 minutes.

Re-arranged match.

Inverness CT, 01/03/2014
INVERNESS

01/03/2014
SPL Round 28
Celtic Park
5-0 - Griffiths (3), Mulgrew, Commons.

Leigh Griffiths first Celtic hat-trick.

20th anniversary (04/03/94) of Fergus McCann's arrival at Celtic Park.

 


Kilmarnock

14/03/2014
SPL Round 29
Rugby Park
3-0 - Kris Commons hat-trick.

17-year-old Liam Henderson starting debut.

St Mirren, 22/03/2014
ST MIRREN

22/03/2014
SPL Round 30
Celtic Park
3-0

St Mirren, 22/03/2014
Partick Thistle

26/03/2014
SPL Round 31
Firhill
5-1

League clincher. Neil Lennon becomes only the fourth manager in Celtic's history to win 3-in-a-row.

Match programme was a complete sell-out well before kick-off

Ross County, 29/03/14
ROSS COUNTY

29/03/2014
SPL Round 32
Celtic Park
1-1 - Commons.

 

Match programme
Dundee Utd

05/04/2014
SPL Round 33
Tannadice
2-0 - Samaras, Stokes.

Inverness CT, 27/04/2014
Motherwell

19/04/2014
SPL Round 34
Fir Park, Motherwell
3-3 -Stokes, Samaras, Griffiths

First competative start for John Herron. Three days after this match Johan Mjallby announced that he will be leaving Celtic at the end of the season.

Inverness CT, 27/04/2014
INVERNESS

27/04/2014
SPL Round 35
Celtic Park
6-0 - Stokes (3), Griffiths, Ambrose, Pukki.

Anthony Stokes hat-trick.

Aberdeen, 03/04/2014
ABERDEEN

03/05/2014
SPL Round 36
Celtic Park
5-2 - Brown (2), Stokes, Commons (2).

Match programme
St Johnstone

07/05/2014
SPL Round 37
McDairmid
3-3 - Commons (pen), Pukki, van Dijk.

Dundee Utd 11/05/14 programme
DUNDEE UTD

11/05/2014
SPL Round 38
Celtic Park
3-1 - Stokes , Samaras (pen), Commons.

Kris Commons scores his 32nd goal of the season and Anthony Stokes reached 20.

The day after this match Fraser Forster was named in the England World Cup squad for Brazil 2014.

Neil Lennon resigned from his job as Celtic Manager on Thursday 22 May.

 

International friendlies

28/05/2014 - Scott Brown and Charlie Mulgrew (scored) played in Nigeria 2 Scotland 2 at Craven Cottage. Mikael Lustig played in Denmark 1 Sweden 0.

29/05/2014 - Beram Kayal (off 45) played in Mexico 3 Israel 0.

30/05/2014 - Emilio Izaguirre (off 82min) played in Honduras 0 Turkey 2.

31/05/2014 - Teemu Pukki (off 73) played in Finland 2 Estonia 0. Stefan Johansen (on 57) played in Norway 1 Russia 1.

04/06/2014 - Efe Ambrose and Georgios Samaras played in Greece 0 Nigeria 0.

07/06/2014 - Emilio Izaguirre (off 91) and Fraser Forster (on 75) played in Honduras 0 England 0 (in Miami). Georgios Samaras played in Greece 2 Bolivia 1.

World Cup Brazil 2014

14/06/2014 - Georgios Samaras - Columbia 3 Greece 0

15/06/2014 - Emilio Izaguirre - France 3 Honduras 0

16/06/2014 - Efe Ambrose - Iran 0 Nigeria 0

19/06/2014 - Georgios Samaras - Japan 0 Greece 0

20//06/2014 - Emilio Izaguirre (off 45, Emilio did not play in the third group match and Honduras did not qualify) - Hoduras 1 Ecuador 2

21/06/2014 - Efe Ambrose- Nigeria 1 Bosnia 0

24/06/2014 - Georgios Samaras (scored winning goal, Greece qualify for the Round of 16) - Greece 2 Cote D'Ivoire 1

25/06/2014 - Efe Ambrose (Nigeria qualify for the Round of 16) - Nigeria 2 Argentina 3.

Knockout stage

29/06/2014 - Georgios Samaras (first ever time in the knockout stage for Greece) -  Costa Rica 1 Greece 1 (Greece beaten in a penalty shootout).

 

Celtic Friendlies 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

No programme
FC Sevastopol

03/07/2013
TechnoMarkt Stadion
0-1
Debuts for - Amido Balde, Virgil van Dijk,Steven Mouyokolo (trial), Darnell Fisher, Liam Henderson.

FC Sevastopol are a Ukranian Premier League team. The match was played at a neutral venue in Furstenfeldbruk, Germany.

No match programme.

No programme
CFR 1907 Cluj

06/07/2013
Kufstein, Austria
1-2 - Samaras.

CFR Clug are a Romanian Liga team. The match will be played at a neutral venue in Kufstein, Austria.

No match programme.

No programme
SpVgg Greuther Fürth

09/07/2013
Trolli Arena, Fürth
2-6 -Samaras, Lustig

Spielvereinigung Greuther Fürth e. V. play in the 18,500 capacity Trolli Arena. The team knickname is the Cloverleaves (Kleeblätter) and the play in green and white hoops. A cloverleaf is included in the Club badge.

Trolli is a brand which was registered in 1975 by Mederer GmbH - Germany. The main production today consists of gummy sweets, marshmallows and soft licorice gums.

1. FC Union Berlin, 12/07/13
1. FC Union Berlin

12/07/2013
Tour of Germany
Stadion An der Alten Försterei
0-3

Opening of the new main stand at the Stadion An der Alten Försterei.

FC Union website.

Brentford Town, 20/07/13
Brentford Town FC

20/07/2013
Griffin Stadium, Brentford
2-1 - Baldé, McGregor

Amido Baldé's first goal for Celtic

An official programme was issued by Brentford for this match.

Borussia Monchengladbach, 27/07/13
BORUSSIA
MÖNCHENGLADBACH

27/07/2013
Celtic Park
1-2 - Stokes.

Pre-season friendly. Included in the season book.

Liverpool
Liverpool

10/08/2013
Aviva Stadium, Dublin
1-0 -Baldé.

This match was called the innaugral "Dublin Decider". SPL round 2 match was postponed for this match.

No programme
Trabzonspor

09/01/2014
Akdeniz Üniversitesi-Stadion
3-1 - Pukki, Bamba (o.g.), Balde.

No programme issued.

Debut for Eoghan O'Connell. Debut for Joe Chalmers.

Played on 9, 10, 11 and 12/01/2014 Antalya Winter Cup.

Ajax lost 2-1 to Galatasaray on the 10/01 and play Trabzonspor for 3rd and 4th place on 11/01/14.

www.thycupantalya.com.

No programme
Galatasaray AS

12/01/2014
Antalya Cup Final.
Akdeniz Üniversitesi-Stadion
0-0 - Galatasaray won 5-4 on penalties. Henderson, Biton, Atajic and Baldé scored, James Forrest missed.

Debut for 16 year old Calvin Miller.

Trabzonspor beat Ajax 4-3 on penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw to win 3rd place while Ajax had to settle for 4th.

SPFL Under 20 Youth League 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Aberdeen U20s, 20/08/2013, SPFL Youth League
Aberdeen

20/08/2013
Links Park, Montrose
2-2 - Atajic, Johnstone.

Kilmarnock Under 20's SPFL Youth League, 11/02/2014
Kilmarnock

11/02/2014
Kilwinning Sports Club
1-0 - Herron.

 

SPFL Under19 Youth League 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Cowdenbeath U19s, 28/11/2013, SPFL Youth League
Cowdenbeath

28/11/2013
Central Park, Cowdenbeath
5-2 - Fraser Sutherland (o.g.), Fiacre Kelleher (2), Ryan Caird, Jack Kirkwan.

 

Development Team 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Clachnaddin FC, 06/07/2013, Pre-season Friendly
Inverness
Clachnacuddin

06/07/2013
Grant Street Park,
Inverness
2-1 Scorers: Patrik Twardzik, Paul McMullan.

Celtic XI.

Longford Town, 18/07/2013, Pre-season Friendly
Longford Town

18/07/2013
City Calling Stadium, Longford
1-0 - Patrik Twardzik.

Celtic XI.

Cork City, 21/07/2013, Pre-season Friendly
Cork City

21/07/2013
Turner's Cross Stadium
2-0 - P.Twardzik, Kidd.

Celtic XI.

Cork City website.

No programme
Fulham

27/07/2013
St George's Park
0-2

St George´s Park is the English FA´s National Football Centre.

No programme
East Fife

30/07/2013
New Bayview Stadium, Fife
0-2

Celtic Development Squad as a Celtic XI. Both East Fife goals were scored in the first-half by a trialist.

Hibernia Trophy, International Youth Tournament
Hibernia Trophy

16/08/2013
Pearse Park, Sallynoggin

2013 Hibernia Trophy

Celtic Under 16's played in this tourny with Villarreal, Leicester City, Linfield, 5th FAI Development Squad, Wolves, St Josephs Boys, Manchester United, Liverpool and Stade Rennais.

Rangers, 28/04/2014, City of Glasgow Cup Final
Rangers

28/04/2014
Celtic Park
1-0 Scorer: Aiden Nesbitt.

City of Glasgow Cup Final 2014.

Ten Brinke Bouw Under 17's Tournament 2014
Ten Brinke

24 -26 May 2014
Sportpark Oberink, Vassevelde
Ten Brinke Bouw
U17's Youth Tournament 2014

 

UEFA Youth League 2013/2014

no programmes issued for these matches

Opponents Comments
AC Milan

18/09/2013 Ernesto Breda Stadium, Sesto San Giovanni, Milan 15:00 1-3

Scorer-Jamie Lindsay.

Inaugural UEFA Youth League. Open to the Under 19's team of clubs that qualified for the group stage of the Champions League.

FC BARCELONA

01/10/2013 Cappielow Park, Greenock 14:00 1-2

AFC AJAX

22/10/2013 Energy Assets Arena, Livingston 14:00 4-1

AFC Ajax 05/11/2013 De Toekomst, Duivendrecht 17:00 1-2
AC MILAN 26/11/2013 Energy Assets Arena, Livingston 14:00 1-1
FC Barcelona

10/12/2013 Mini Estadi, Barcelona 19:00 0-3

Celtic finished in third place in the group - 1.Barcelona, 2.AC Milan, 3.Celtic, 4.Ajax

 

Celtic Woman's Premier League 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Spartans, 26/05/2013, Scottish Woman's Premier League
Spartans

25/05/2013
Ainslie Park
0-1

Hibernian, 25/08/2013, Scottish Woman's Premier League
Hibernian

25/08/2013
Albyn Park, Broxburn
1-1

Click this to see every programme issued for the Celtic Womans team.

Spartans 15/09/13
Spartans

15/09/2013
Ainslie Park
0-1

Hamilton Accies, 23/05/2014, SWPL
Hamilton Accies

23/05/2014
New Douglas Park, Hamilton
3-1 - Fleeting, Grant, Harrison

 

Celtic Legends Team Friendlies 2013/2014
Opponents Comments

Dundalk FC Legends v Celtic Legends 22/06/2013
Dundalk FC
vs
Celtic Legends

22/06/2013
Oriel Park, Dundalk
2-0 - Pierre van Hooidjonk, Brian O'Neill.

Dundalk FAI Cup winning team of 2002 versus the Celtic Legends.

Celtic XI v Stan Petrov XI, 08/09/2013
Celtic XI v Stiliyan XI

08/09/13
Celtic Park
3-5 - Henrik Larsson, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Warren Brown.

A legends’ charity match to celebrate the career of Stiliyan Petrov.

Celtic Related Issues 2013/2014
Publication Comments

The NAFCSC Convention Programme, Las Vegas 2013
NAFCSC Convention

11/06/2013- The NAFCSC Convention Programme, Las Vegas 2013
The Celtic View 10/07/2013 - The Celtic View, Issue 1 of Volume 49.

The Green Brigade Anti_Discrimination Footbal Tournament 2013
Craig Whyte Cup

Summer 2013 - The 5th Green Brigade Anti-Discrimination Football Tournament programme.
Alternative VIew

23/07/2013 - The first Alternative View of season 2013/2014.

More Than Ninety Minutes

23/07/2013

The first More Than Ninety Minutes of season 2013/2014.

Not The View 24/08/2013 Not The View Fanzine
The Thunder 24/08/2013 Fanzine for the Green Brigade.

The Wee Green Book 2013/2014
Wee Green Book

21/09/2013 Celtic's FC's official club handbook.

The Billy McNeill Tribute Dinner
Billy McNeill Tribute

15/11/2013 The Billy McNeill Tribute Dinner programme and menu.
The Shamrock 21/12/2014 Issue 1 of a brand new Celtic fanzine called the Shamrock.
CQN Update 1 03/05/2014 A new magazine from Celtic Quick News. Handed out free on the same day as The Celtic Way was officially opened by Billy McNeill, before the Celtic v Aberdeen SPL match.

 

Celtic FC First Team Player Pool 2013/2014
Goal
1.Fraser Forster, 24.Lukasz Zaluska.
Defence
21.Charlie Mulgrew, 3.Emilio Izaguirre, 2.Adam Matthews, 23.Mikael Lustig, 4.Efetobore Ambrose Emuobo, 5.Virgil van Dijk, 22.Steven Mouyokolo, 41.Darnell Fisher, 43. Joseph Chalmers, 44. Marcus Fraser, 45.Lewis Toshney.
Midfield
8.Scott Brown, 49.James Forrest, 33.Beram Kayal, 15.Kris Commons, 56.Filip Twardzik, 46.Dylan McGeouch (on loan to Coventry City),18.Tom Rogić (on loan to Melbourne Victory until May), 6.Nir Biton, 53. Liam Henderson, 50.Paul George (on loan to Hamilton), 31.John Herron, Jackson Irvine (on loan to Kilmarnock until January 2014), 25.Stefan Johansen.
Offence
9.Georgios Samaras, 10.Anthony Stokes, 32.Anthony Watt (on loan to Lierse SK for the season), 17.Amido Baldé, 11.Derk Boerrigter, 20.Teemu Pukki, 37.Bahrudin Atajic (on loan to Shewsbury Town), 19.Holmbert Fridjonsson, 28.Leigh Griffiths.

 

Celtic Transfer Timeline for 2013/2014
Out - James Keatings released at end of season 2012/2013
Out - 05/06/2013 - Celtic have freed Lassad Nouioui one year early on his two year contract.
In - 12/06/2013 - 22 year old Portuguese striker Amido Baldé signed from Vitoria Guimaraes on a 4 year contract for a reported £2M.
Out - 13/06/2013 - Rami Gershon signed for Belgian side Beveren,
In - 21/06/2013 - 21 year old Netherlands centre-half Virgil van Dijk signed from FC Groningen on a 4 year contract for a reported £2.5M.
Out - 11/07/2013 - Victor Wanyama transferred to Southampton FC for a reported £12.5M.
In - 19/07/2013 - French centre-half Steven Mouyokolo signs as a free agent on a two year contract.
Out - 26/07/2013 - Gary Hooper transferred to Norwich City for a reported £5M. Neil Lennon signed the hitman from Scunthorpe in 2010 for £2.4M. During his time at Celtic Hooper won two Scottish Premier League titles, two Scottish Cups, was top scorer in each of his three seasons (82 times in 200 games) and, in season 2012-2013, reached the last 16 of the Champions League.
In - 30/07/2013 - 26 year old winger Derk Boerrigter signed from Ajax on a 4 year contract for a reported £3M.
Out Aug 2013 - Kelvin Wilson transferred to Nottingham Forest for a reported £2.5M.

07/08/2013 - Callum McGegor - on loan to Notts County until Jan 2014

Callum got off to the perfect start with a goal and an assist in the Magpies' Capital One Cup Round 1 triumph over Fleetwood Town on 07/08/13.

15/08/2013 - Jackson Irvine - on loan to Kilmarnock FC until Feb 2014.
30/08/2013 - Israel midfielder Nir Biton signed from Ashdod on a 4 year contract for an undisclosed fee.
31/08/2013 - 23 year old Finland international striker Teemu Pukki signed from Schalke on a 4 year contract for an undisclosed fee.
31/08/2013 - Tony Watt on loan to Belgian club Lierse SK for the rest of season 2013/14.
Max Oberschmidt goalkeeper on loan from Fulham FC until 31 December 2013.
01/01/2014 - 20 year old Icelandic striker Holmbert Fridjonsson signed from Fram Reykjavik on a four year contract for a reported £100,000.
15/01/2014 - 23-year-old Norwegian midfielder Stefan Johansen signed from Strømsgodset IF on a three-and-a-half-year contract for a reported £2M..
21/01/2014 - Tom Rogić on loan to Melbourne Victory until May 2014.
31/01/2014 - Dylan McGeouch out on loan to Coventry City until the end of this season
31/01/2014 - Leigh Griffiths signed on a four-year deal from Wolverhampton Wanderers for a reported fee of £1M.
31/01/2014 - Joe Chalmers on loan to Falkirk FC
31/01/2014 - Mo Bangura (14) terminated contract.
31/01/2014 - Bahrudin Atajic on loan to Shrewsbury Town.

31/01/2014 - Joe Ledley (16) sold to Crystal Palace for a reported £800,000. Joe arrived on a freedom of contract deal and made his competative debut for Celtic (along with Cha Du Ri, Effrain Juárez, Charlie Mulgrew and Daryl Murphy) in a 3-0 defeat against SC Braga in a Champions League qualifiier in July 2010. During his time at Celtic Park he won three league titles and a Scottish Cup. In three and a half seasons he played 157 times, scoring 30 competative goals. (6 goals in first season, 9 in the second including a 1-0 win against the old Rangers, 10 in the third and 5 this season).

22/04/2014 - Johan Mjällby announced he will leave Celtic at the end of the season. Johan was signed in 1998 by Josef Venglos. He won three Scottish Premier League titles, two Scottish Cups, two League Cups and was a member of the Celtic team that was narrowly beaten in 2003 UEFA Cup Final in Seville. By the time he left in 2004 to play for levant in Spain he had captained the team several times. In 2010, he returned as Assistant Manager to interim boss Neil Lennon. That partnership went on to win three Premier League titles, two Scottish Cups, reach the Group stage of the Champions League twice and the Round of 16 once.

22/05/2014 - Neil Lennon resigned as Celtic manager after 4 successfull years in charge. During his time in Scotland he was treated disgracefully by the many sectarian bigots that stalk the streets of Scotland. He was assaulted in the street and attacked on the sideline by one of the morons from the many that frequent the stands at Tynecastle. He was sent bombs and bullets by mail and he and his family needed the protection of bodyguards just to go about their normal life.