Celtic’s B side currently compete in the Lowland League of Scottish football, one of two divisions below League Two.
Now, though, as of a report from the Daily Mail, the youngsters could be set to play in a new look fifth tier.
It will be known as a Scottish Conference League and will feature Celtic B, Aberdeen B, Hearts B and Rangers as well as six other sides from the Lowland and Highland leagues.
The Daily Mail say the new look Conference League is set to be voted in at the next SFA’s next annual general meeting in June with there already being wide scale support for it.
The division will be funded by £100,000 entry fees from Celtic, Aberdeen, Hearts and Rangers and would start at the beginning of the 2024/25 season.
Until then, Celtic B will continue to compete in the Lowland League, a division which they have already been accepted to play in for the 2023/24 campaign.