Over the extended winter break, I am sure plenty of Celtic supporters are missing their weekly taste of Hoops action, which has been shut down for the next few weeks.
However, on Sunday, fans will be able to tune in to watch Tommy McIntyre’s Celtic B side via the Pass to Paradise for the first time this campaign, whilst the first team have no action.
This afternoon, the club announced that a live stream will be available for supporters through the streaming service used last season, as the Young Hoops take on Caledonian Braves in the Lowland League.
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The B side, otherwise known as the Celtic Colts, has played 22 games in the fifth tier of Scottish Football this campaign and are currently sitting in 5th place as they look to climb nearer the top of the table with games in hand over several of their opposition.
The last matchup between Celtic and Sunday’s opponents was an entertaining, five-goal thriller that saw the Bhoys come out on top, winning 3-2 at Alliance Park.
Whilst tickets are still on sale for this weekend’s game, being played at the Penny Cars Stadium in Airdrie, supporters now have the further option to watch this game from the comfort of their own home and see some of the clubs brightest young prospects in action.