How to watch today's Celtic B game vs Bonnyrigg Rose

By John McGinley

July 17, 2021

A new season officially kicks off for a Celtic team today.

Tommy McIntyre’s Celtic B face Bonnyrigg Rose in the Scottish Lowland Football League at 3 pm.

The fixture is away from home for the Bhoys. Many of the team will play in front of a crowd for the very first time.

Home supporters are allowed into New Dundas Park but, due to pandemic protocols, there will be no Celtic B fans.

The club have already promised five B team home games will be shown on the Pass To Paradise. However, the rights to away games sit with opposition sides.

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How to watch Celtic B vs Bonnyrigg Rose

That means the only way to watch today’s match is via the stream provided by Bonnyrigg Rose.

The Lowland League club are selling access to the match for £5.99 via Facebook. Viewers can sign up and pay via the social media site.

As pay-per-view goes in Scottish football, that’s very affordable so if you’re up for watching the young team in action, there’s a viable method.

McIntyre is excited about the season ahead and was on hand to speak to assembled media yesterday, including 67 Hail Hail.

He’s expecting a tough challenge, saying: “We’ve had Bonnyrigg Rose watched four times over the course of the pre-season. It’s a tough league and you can see how the likes of Kelty Hearts would progress.

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“We’ve had players out on loan at Lowland clubs, so I’ve had first-hand experience of Lowland League teams, we know exactly what they are and they are no mugs. East Kilbride for example have invested a lot of money in their squad, so we are very aware of what we are going to come up against.”

The B boss also confirmed there will be a close working relationship with the first-team, so there’s a lot to be optimistic about as a young Celtic player right now.

Let’s hope they can kick things off with a positive result today.

You can watch Tommy McIntyre’s media conference on the 67 Hail Hail YouTube channel.