With Hampden also being used for the Games, Celtic played two European ties at Murrayfield Stadium instead.
 The proposed site would have had to be decontaminated, and contradictory statements about the ownership structure of the development were issued.  The record attendance for a Celtic match at Celtic Park was set by an Old Firm derby against Rangers on New Year's Day 1938. With a capacity of 60,411, it is the largest football stadium in Scotland, and the eighth-largest stadium in the United Kingdom.
The original Celtic Park was built at the north east junction of Springfield Road and London Road in Parkhead by a volunteer workforce within six months of formation. The latest plans follow on from an application for a rotating LED screen outside Celtic Park which were lodged last October. , The Main (South) Stand is now the oldest part of the stadium, having first been built in 1929, although a new roof was installed in 1971 and the facade was rebuilt in 1988.
 The renaming ceremony was a few days after a Scottish Cup tie had to be postponed after strong winds had damaged guttering in the stand.
 As a stop-gap measure, Celtic installed 5,033 seats in the Jungle at the end of the 1992–93 season, at a cost of £350,000. It is intended to create an enclosed and intimidating atmosphere for big games. Click here for instructions on how to do this.  To save at least £1 million of additional steelwork, fourteen internal pillars were installed to support the roof. , The North Stand is squeezed into a tight space between the pitch and the Eastern Necropolis cemetery. Follow us on: Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Stadium Lightshow PanStadia & Arena Management Magazine is the undisputed world leader for the business of stadia, arenas, sporting events and venues on a global scale. Bradbourne Vale Road The Scottish champions unveiled plans earlier this year to regenerate the area around Celtic Park and those have now been approved by Glasgow City Council.
Police raced to Kirkton Avenue, in the Kirkton area of Dundee, when the alarm was raised at around 9.05pm on Saturday, October 31. It is also known as Parkhead or Paradise. Our database counts: 2075 stadiums,  The club had to play the rest of their marches in the 1928–29 season at nearby Shawfield Stadium (reciprocating an earlier arrangement in 1914 when Clyde suffered similar damage to their ground) and also had to replace the roof of the stand next to the pavilion, which then became known as the "Hayshed". Bitton tested positive while on international duty with Israel in October. Don't care about the 5*, would rather it spent on players, youth and training facilites, (You must log in or sign up to reply here. Discuss Celtic Park Expansion in the Celtic Chat area at TalkCeltic.net.  In the 1998–99 season the average attendance was 59,224 and season ticket sales exceeded 53,000, the highest number in Britain at the time.
 Installing seats in the Jungle itself caused an emotional reaction. Emergency services were called to a now derelict Boquhanran House in Clydebank at around 6.45pm on Wednesday after flames engulfed the boarded up building. 5 stars is for stadiums over 50000 that meet the requirements, 4 star is for stadiums under 50000 that meet the requirements. Another £1.3 million is earmarked for a brand new field, which makes it the most expensive across Scotland, as noticed by The Herald.  Some of the away section has its view restricted by one of the supporting pillars of the Main Stand. , In February 2017, Celtic published plans for a hotel and museum development in an area of land between the Main Stand and London Road.  Suspended from the roof girder of the Main Stand is a glass-fronted box, which used to house the press box, but was converted into two executive boxes in 1988. Having trouble logging in by clicking the link at the top right of the page?
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 The club intended to build a 60,000 seat stadium, to be completed in three phases. , During the 1993–94 season, the board continued to talk optimistically about their plans.  The first pukka speedway race meeting in Scotland was held at Celtic Park on 28 April 1928.
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Big Screen Messages. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Its opening game was a match between Hibernian and Cowlairs.  The Celtic Park main stand had a similar feature to Ibrox, however, in the pedimented roof gable over the press box.  It hosted the first ever composite rules shinty-hurling match in Scotland, in 1897.  Phase 3a was completed in February 1998 with the opening of the South West Corner. Heartbroken family pay tribute to Scots schoolboy who took own life after struggling with lockdown. The ground most recently hosted a Scotland game in November 2014 (a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Republic of Ireland, won 1–0) when Hampden was unavailable because it had been reconfigured for use as an athletics stadium during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.