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Celtic plc is engaged in the operation of a professional football club, with related and ancillary activities. The Company is organized into three segments: Football and Stadium Operations, Merchandising, and Multimedia and Other Commercial Activities. The Football and stadium segment's operations include all revenue and costs in relation to all football operations, ticket office, stadium and youth development. The Merchandising segment includes all retail, wholesale and mail order activities. The Multimedia and other commercial activities segment includes all other revenue generating departments. The Company operates Celtic Soccer Academy, which delivers a range of activities from weekly coaching in and around Glasgow. The Company's International Club Partnership program has over 50 grassroots and professional clubs in 16 countries, including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Ireland, Wales, Italy, Malta, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, India, Australia and New Zealand.
HQGlasgow, GB
Employee Ratings3.1

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2017)507(+10%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£101.6 M(+13%)
Share Price (Apr 2021)£1.3(-1%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Celtic

Stephen Glancey

Stephen Glancey

Board Member
Tony Hamilton

Tony Hamilton

Chief Executive
Donna-Marie Henry

Donna-Marie Henry

Head of Outcomes
Jane Maguire

Jane Maguire

Head of Income
Chris Traynor

Chris Traynor

Chairman, CEO, BE Capital Group
Martin Brown

Martin Brown

Managing Director, Fleet Alliance Limited
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Celtic Office Locations

Celtic has an office in Glasgow
Glasgow, GB (HQ)
95 Kerrydale Street
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Celtic Financials and Metrics

Celtic Revenue

Celtic's revenue was reported to be £101.57 m in FY, 2018 which is a 12.1% increase from the previous period.

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Celtic News and Updates

Sikh man beaten up by 2 white men in US, told to 'go back to ur country'

Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson said the assault is being investigated as a hate crime

Ajax, Celtic enter 3rd round of Champions League qualifiers

Ajax Amsterdam and Celtic advanced to the third round of the qualifiers for the 2018-2019 Champions League with victories against Sturm Graz and Rosenborg respectively.

Betting: Industry best price on Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Celtic and PSG

This will be a popular pre-season accumulator and dabblebet are offering all customers a big price on the five red-hot favourites finishing on top The accumulator of Manchester City, Juventus, Celtic, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain all to win their domestic titles will be a popular multiple f…

High Performing Leaders Never Underestimate the Importance of This But Average Performers Almost Always Do

Figure you're good enough to wing it? Here's why you might want to re-evaluate.

Stephen A. Smith: Kyrie Irving is the 'odds-on front-runner' to win MVP next season

"If he’s healthy, I think he’s going to put on a show next year."
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Celtic Blogs

Foundation Broony Badges Now Available!

Celtic FC Foundation’s 2020 charity pin badge pays tribute to Scott Brown – Captain. Leader. Legend. We are delighted to announce that these ‘Broony’ badges are now in stock! All pre orders are currently being fulfilled and will be shipped this week. The badges are available to purchase online from…

Condolences after the passing of former Celt, Frank Brogan

Everyone at Celtic is saddened to hear of the passing of former player, Frank Brogan, who has died at the age of 78. Frank joined Celtic in 1960 as an outside-left, and after being farmed out to St Roch’s Juniors, he made his first team bow for the Hoops in the Charity Cup final against Clyde in Ma…

The McNeill family sends heartfelt message of thanks to Scott Brown

The family of Celtic legend Billy McNeill has reached out to the club to pay thanks to outgoing captain Scott Brown, and to endorse next week’s tribute to our long-serving skipper. As announced last week, supporters can pay their respects to Scott ahead of next week’s final home game of the season …

Fran Alonso: Players' attitude was spot-on from the start

Fran Alonso’s side needed no reminding of how tricky Forfar Farmington could be, given that the sides drew 2-2 when they met back in December. But in the event, Celtic produced a superb Sunday showing to win 8-0 at Station Park, recording their fifth consecutive league win in the process. Not surpr…

Eightsome reel as Celts sink Forfar Farmington

Scottish Women’s Premier LeagueStation Park, ForfarSunday, May 2, 2021 FORFAR FARMINGTON… 0 CELTIC… 8(Filbey 2, Lee 2, Atkinson, Ewens, Teegarden, Craig) Celtic made it five wins in a row with an emphatic 8-0 victory over Forfar Farmington at Station Park on Sunday. The Hoops took just over 60 seco…

John Kennedy: We created chances but weren’t clinical

A disappointed John Kennedy again lamented Celtic’s prowess in front of goal following today’s derby defeat at Ibrox, while maintaining he was pleased with his side’s overall work-rate in the face of their numerical disadvantage. Callum McGregor was shown a second yellow card after 26 minutes for a…
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Celtic Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Celtic founded?

    Celtic was founded in 1888.

  • Who are Celtic key executives?

    Celtic's key executives are Stephen Glancey, Tony Hamilton and Donna-Marie Henry.

  • How many employees does Celtic have?

    Celtic has 507 employees.

  • What is Celtic revenue?

    Latest Celtic annual revenue is £101.6 m.

  • What is Celtic revenue per employee?

    Latest Celtic revenue per employee is £200.3 k.

  • Who are Celtic competitors?

    Competitors of Celtic include Qiddiya, Juventus Football Club and Whistle Sports.

  • Where is Celtic headquarters?

    Celtic headquarters is located at 95 Kerrydale Street, Glasgow.

  • Where are Celtic offices?

    Celtic has an office in Glasgow.

  • How many offices does Celtic have?

    Celtic has 1 office.