Fans against criminalisation group FAC have this morning claimed Police have been visiting the homes of some Celtic supporters to warn them against heading to Celtic Park next week before or after the derby.

If this is true, it’s the latest in a long line of unjust harassment by Celtic fans who have been dragged through the court systems for frivolous offences.

Police Scotland were a disgrace last weekend when things kicked off at Ibrox and George square. They facilitated the party and watched on as public property was trashed and a stay at home order ignored built thousands.

Going to peoples homes in order to warn them about visiting any particular area of Glasgow is so beyond the pale and IS unjust harassment.

As the Tweet says, if this happens to you in the coming days, keep your cool and know your rights.

You can contact FAC about any unjust harassment. Visit their website for more information.


  1. Sounds a sensible move.
    I imagine the people being contacted are no strangers to anti-social behaviour in the past.
    As long as no one is being arrested can’t see the fuss in being contacted in advance.
    Perhaps these ‘fans’ expect the same kid gloves treatment they usually get from Celtic despite costing the club hundreds of thousands of pounds in UEFA fines due to previous actions.


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