Celtic supporters offered glimpse of the future as 2 B team games set for broadcast

By John McGinley

April 7, 2022

Celtic are making two upcoming Celtic B games available for broadcast to season ticket holders on the Pass To Paradise.

Tommy McIntyre’s side face Civil Service Strollers at the Penny Cars Stadium on Saturday at 5:30pm, with the match available on the familiar streaming service.

Then, a much bigger match arrives on Tuesday as the young Hoops get the brilliant chance to test themselves under the lights at Paradise backed by Celtic supporters.

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The club have opened the North Stand lower and North Curve for fans to attend a B team derby against Rangers in the Scottish Lowland Football League.

Now, it’s been announced the fixture will also been shown on the Pass To Paradise as part of the benefits package that came with last season’s renewal campaign.

McIntyre has been reflecting on the B team season in the Lowland League and also next week’s match, telling 67 Hail Hail: “It’s been a great game schedule, we’ve thoroughly enjoyed the Lowland League, it’s been a superb experience for us, and obviously the Glasgow Cup games, so we’ve had a games’ programme that’s benefitted us on numerous occasions, so it’s really positive for us.

“We’re looking forward to the fans joining in and they’ve been a great support. So that’s a big benefit for us, it’ll be a great occasion and we’re really looking forward to it.”

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Celtic have clearly been left satisfied with the Lowland League experiment. It’s now expected to continue into a second campaign after clubs voted for the project to continue.

In the long-term, everyone will be hoping it allows young players to experience a more structured pathway into the Celtic first-team under Ange Postecoglou.

Good luck to the Bhoys for these two fixtures, we’ll be watching!

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