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Wednesday 7 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Celtic Park

Last year
# Celtic Park
Real Madrid see off spirited Celtic to begin Champions League defence
The Scottish champions were disappointed not to lead at half-time.
All time
# Celtic Park
Old Firm derby will be limited to 500 fans following Scottish government's announcement
Restrictions are being introduced on sports events in Scotland from St Stephen’s Day.
# Frustration
Celtic count the cost of latest Champions League flop
The Scottish champions exited the third qualifying round 5-4 on aggregate.
# j lowe
'Garry Ringrose's school bought a horse. It won so he's just upgraded houses!'
James Lowe was an effervescent presence once again as Leinster won the Pro14 last night.
# On your marks!
How did you rate Leinster in their hard-fought Pro14 final win over the Warriors?
Leo Cullen’s men completed magnificent defence of their Pro14 crown.
# Champions
Leinster go back-to-back in the Pro14 as they edge Glasgow at Celtic Park
Leo Cullen’s men secured their sixth title in the competition in tough conditions in Glasgow.
# Preview
Leinster have chance to finish with a bang in Glasgow's Celtic Park
Dave Rennie’s side should prove a difficult proposition on home soil.
# Apology
'For any individuals that I did offend, I apologise to them' - Cullen
Leinster boss Leo Cullen has apologised for his comments about Glasgow being Rangers supporters.
# Final bow
Stuart Hogg intent on not being 'bullied' by Leinster as he bids to sign off with silverware
Hogg is among the great entertainers, but Glasgow will attempt to show off their clinical, pragmatic side to unseat the reigning champions.
# Rivals
'Rangers should have been down to 9' - Celtic boss wanted more dismissals in Old Firm derby
Neil Lennon feels that the referee should have awarded a second red card to their bitter rivals.
# Report
Late drama sees Celtic claim first European group stage win in 11 matches
Strong winds in Scotland disrupted Rosenborg’s preparations for Thursday’s clash.
# Old Firm
Rodgers gets the better of Gerrard as Ntcham strike sees Celtic snatch Old Firm win
Celtic put their Glasgow rivals to the sword thanks to a second-half strike from French striker Olivier Ntcham.
# Glasgow
Celtic Park announced as the venue for next year's Pro14 final
The home of the Scottish Premiership champions will host the competition’s showpiece event on Saturday, 25 May.
# after thoughts
When is a debut not a debut? Talking points from Ireland's friendly with Celtic
Today’s meeting with the Scottish treble-winners gave Martin O’Neill the chance to look at some of his untested players.
# Hail Hail
Ruthless Celtic wrap up seventh straight title in style by hammering Old Firm rivals Rangers
Brendan Rodgers’ Hoops had it all too easy in this afternoon’s derby.
# Not happy
'That is fit for nothing only making snowmen': Offaly boss fumes at late match cancellation
The Allianz League Division 3 clash between Derry and Offaly could not go ahead due to snow.
# costly
Celtic may face Uefa disciplinary action after bizarre pitch invader incident
A fan aimed a kick at PSG’s Kylian Mbappe after making his way onto the turf.
# No place for it
Linfield dish out lifetime ban to fan who sang sectarian songs at Celtic Park
The Northern Irish club say they will also continue to co-operate with the PSNI over events of the first leg at Windsor Park.
# Ill-tempered
Extra police drafted in as Celtic hope for trouble-free Linfield visit
1,500 away fans are expected to make the trip to Glasgow for tomorrow’s Champions League qualifying second leg.
# Hail Hail
Henrik Larsson returns to Celtic Park and scores a first-half hat-trick
The Swedish striker was among a host of Hoops legends playing in yesterday’s charity match.
# fresh faces
Harte hands trio first championship starts in Tyrone opener
The Red Hand boss has made five changes from the team that started against Kerry last month.
# Rivalry
Celtic fans smashed my windows, recalls Old Firm veteran
Alex Rae grew up dreaming of playing for Rangers and ultimately fulfilled this ambition.
# Magician
Masterful Messi sends Celtic crashing out of Europe
The difference maker on the night was the Argentine superstar.
# Hoop Dreams
Could an unsettled James McCarthy be heading home to Glasgow?
Celtic are in the hunt for the out-of-favour Everton midfielder.
# response
After last week's embarrassment, Celtic blitzed their Gibraltar opponents tonight
Brendan Rodgers’ side made light work of Lincoln Red Imps.
# looking ahead
'We will have to play even better' - Gibraltarian part-timers out to make history at Celtic Park
The Gibraltar side pulled off an incredible upset to take down Brendan Rodgers’ team in the first leg of the tie.
# Back To The Future
Celtic make history by opening new safe standing area during Wolfsburg friendly
The new section houses 2,600 fans.
# Paradise
There was an incredible welcome for Brendan Rodgers at Celtic Park earlier today
An estimated 10,000 supporters turned up to welcome the former Liverpool boss to the club.
# fitting tribute
Hail Cesar! Celtic unveil statue of greatest ever captain McNeill
Legendary Lisbon Lion McNeill led the Hoops to the European Cup in 1967.
# perspective
Emotional scenes at Celtic Park last night as club hosted terminally ill ex-Rangers player
Fernando Ricksen was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in 2013.
# Celtic Park
Celtic become the first British club to introduce safe standing at home games
The Scottish champions have confirmed the installation of a rail seating system.
# Red Hand
Tyrone crowned Ulster U21 champions for the first time in 9 years after nail-biting finish
Donegal lost out by a single point at Celtic Park tonight.
# Ulster pride
6 Donegal and Tyrone players to watch in tonight's Ulster U21 football final
Celtic Park in Derry is the venue for the EirGrid Ulster U21 decider.
# Oh The Green And Red
Mayo pick up key win away to Derry as Ronaldson and Sweeney bag goals
Two-point victory for the Pat Holmes and Noel Connelly managed side.
# Interview
‘We were getting phone calls from every news channel’ – How a young Irish boy took Greece by storm
Jay Beatty from Armagh had a year he’ll never forget.
# Breakdown
Anatomy of a goal: Analysing Shaun Maloney's winner
It was a terrific finish from the Scottish midfielder but Martin O’Neill will be livid with the Irish players’ role in it.
# Analysis
The Shane Long experiment didn't work and 4 more talking points from last night
The Irish strategy ensured the striker was relatively anonymous while Scotland bossed things in central midfield.
# Scotland
Football fan dies after falling at Ireland match
Police are not investigating the circumstances of his death as suspicious.
# problems
Opinion: Trapattoni's legacy and the trauma of Cyprus still hampering the Irish team
Martin O’Neill’s side suffered a setback last night following an uninspired display.
# substitute
'If the manager wants to play one up-front, I'm not f**king Niall Quinn and I'm not Shane Long'
Robbie Keane says he has to respect Martin O’Neill’s decision to drop him for last night’s clash with Scotland.