Celtic is embarking on an exciting new chapter with the commencement of construction on its brand new, state-of-the-art training facility at Barrowfield.

Barrowfield From Sky

This significant project represents a substantial investment in the future of the club, underscoring a commitment to developing talent at all levels, from the academy to the first teams.

The Barrowfield site, rich in Celtic history as the training ground for the legendary Lisbon Lions, is set to transform into a world-class training hub. This facility is designated to become the primary training ground for Celtic’s Women’s first team, as well as the Boys’ and Girls’ Academies.

The highly anticipated facility is set to open later this year.

Chris McCart, Head of Academy, expressed enthusiasm for the project, saying: [Celtic FC]

“This is the biggest investment and development since Lennoxtown and it’s one which the Academy is very excited about.

“It’s going to be a boost for all our young players coming through the club.”

Elena Sadiku, the new head coach for Celtic FC Women, shared her excitement about the implications of the new training centre for the women’s team.

“It’s going to be easier for me to sell this idea of how we want to be as a club, our vision, and help them to achieve something. It’s going to be incredible when it’s done.”

Celtic TV cameras will be following the world along the way.


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