CELTIC have been praised with their work for visually impaired Celtic fans who want to come and experience the games at Celtic Park.

STV followed one fan through a matchday and how it all works.

Margaret Shannon always had a season ticket but had to give it up when she lost her sight – thanks to the new service which helps the visually impaired no exactly what’s going on not just on the pitch but off it – people can get a real sense of what’s going on.

Margaret could not be more complimentary of the service she receives from the volunteers who make it all happen.

It’s a game changer for here and made it possible for herself to get back to Celtic Park and cheer on the club she loves.

It’s great to see no one is excluded from getting to Celtic Park and enjoying.

Celtic also recently set up new wheelchair access in the Jock Stein stand and have installed an official liaison for disabled Celtic fans.

1 COMMENT

  1. That really is great news that Our Club is making sure that Everyone can enjoy and rightly so.Being disabled in any way at all must be bad enough without losing the chance to go and support your team.This is also testimony that the Club take All CFC🍀 fans circumstances into consideration especially after spending £4m on that fancy new lighting laser light entertainment system.

    WELL DONE CFC🍀 A CLUB TRULY OPEN TO ALL.HH YNWA.

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