The Only Official Celtic Boys Club

The Celtic Boys Club was formed in 1966 with the simple aim of providing youngsters in Glasgow with the opportunity to take part in organised games of football. The club prides itself in the success of its alumni both in sports as well as their personal lives. Its place in the community remains a well respected community club.

The Celtic Boys Club is a non-profit organisation that solely relies on efforts from volunteers with an interest in football. Its coaches are strongly encouraged to take up all necessary SFA coaching to help better develop the youngsters under their supervision.

The club adheres to a code of conduct and expects all involved in its activities to abide by it. It has set a Code of Practice and Vetting Procedures for Staff and Volunteers working with Children and Young People under 18 years of age.

Although an independent organisation in its own right, The Boys Club has a long and proud association with Celtic Football Club which has proved of mutual benefit over the years.

Speakers' Night

DAVEY CONNOR Joins The Guest List

The one and only Davey Connor "comedian extraordinaire" will be lighting up the night with his presence and unique blend of humour. Whatever you do, make sure your table is booked to see Davey on October 23rd at Celtic Park, in the Kerrydale Suite.

  • The date is confirmed as 23rd October.
  • Ticket price is set at £35 which includes 3-Course-Meal.
  • Confirmed Pat Rollink as MC and comedian, Tosh McKinlay  as speaker former Celtic Player, we are waiting on confirmation of another comedian / speaker.
  • We will have live music to end the night.
  • Celtic memorabilia up for auction.


Just like our very successful Presentation Dance, tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis. Please see your Team Leaders for further information & book your table in advance to avoid disappointment.

Adults only!!!! So, get the babysitter booked.

Join us for a great night & help support our club!!


AICSC 17th Annual Charity Dinner

The Celtic Boys Club were represented at the Association of Irish Celtic Supporters Clubs (AICSC) 17th Annual Charity Dinner at the weekend (27th June) at City West, Dublin by Chairman Paul Barnes and Treasurer David Henderson. The evening was attended by supporters clubs from all over Ireland and was in aid of the chosen charities of Pieta House West and Slaney Search & Rescue. Celtic FC chairman Ian Banker, Manager Ronny Deila and several first team players were in attendance as well as the character that is Wee Jay. On the evening a presentation was made from the boys club to AICSC Chairman, Tom Maher and Secretary, Neville Carolan, you can see a picture of this presentation below.

We would like to thank the AICSC for their continued support of the boys club and their kind invitation to join them at their charity dinner this year where over £6000 was raised for the chosen charities and is in keeping with the charity foundations of Celtic. Well done to all involved.

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Welcome to the Celtic Boys Club

The Celtic Boys Club warmly welcome new coaches Garry O’Rourke and Liam McLaren who have recently joined the 2007 coaching team. Both Garry and Liam have extensive experience that will greatly benefit the club and add to the 2007 team. Garry O’Rourke has previously worked with Hearts and Hamilton pro Youth while Liam McLaren is currently part of the Glasgow select team. We look forward to a wonderful and fulfilling association working at The Celtic Boys Club and a rewarding experience in developing future talent. Both Garry & Liam are great additions to the club.

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