Celts On TV Over The Festive Period

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By Dean Robertson


Celtic huddleThere is nothing better than sitting down with a drink in your hand and the on the TV, especially over the Christmas and period, with that in mind, it’s always to know what games will be on and now we do.

The list of SPFL games that will be televised by Sky Sports and BT Sports in and January was revealed today and as to be expected a number of the games involving Celtic have been picked. Four of have been selected along with seven other SPFL games.

Games on TV:

VS Motherwell, 6th December, Away, 12:45pm KO, Sky Sports

VS Dundee United, 21st December, Away, 12:45pm KO, BT Sports

VS Partick Thistle, 1st January, Away, 5:30pm KO, BT Sports

VS Kilmarnock, 5th January, Away, 8:00pm KO, Sky Sports

So if moneys tight after the festive period or you just can’t bring yourself to brave the cold, at least you know what hoops games you can catch on your TV.

How will you be watching the Bhoys over the festive period?

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  • ballybough says:

    who comes up with these kick off times,to have a five thirty kick off on new year’s day is just plain stupid,your going to have fans sitting drinking all day and then turning up full of drink. it’s asking for trouble.

    • siteeditor says:

      Kick off times are getting more odd as the years go on. Its meanly due to TV hand picking the times that suit them.

  • joe bloggs says:

    As ITV4 have the contract to show Europa League games ,Why have no Celtic Europa League games been on this channel , whilst they have shown all three Everton and Tottenham games and are showing both these teams again on match day four , are we second class citizens in the UK

    • siteeditor says:

      I believe that each channel that has a contract to show the games meet and pick what games they want and by the looks of it ITV haven’t wanted any Celtic game instead picking the English teams games as ITV are an English based channels. So yea my friend you are totally right we are seen as 2nd class by ITV and most, if not all English TV providers.

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