Celtic Women are poised to welcome Hearts to Paradise on Sunday in a meaningful quest for their inaugural SWPL title. As the league approaches its thrilling final weekend, the Hoops need a victory against Hearts, coupled with favourable outcomes at Ibrox.
If these circumstances align, Celtic Women will secure their first SWPL title, marking a historic milestone for the club. Adding to the anticipation, the Celtic End section at Parkhead will be back in business, further heightening the excitement surrounding what could be a record-breaking weekend.
With just a few seats remaining unclaimed behind the goal, where the Hoops will launch their attacks in the second half, the Celtic Ultras groups will fill most of the Celtic End, creating an atmosphere brimming with passionate support.
This outstanding level of attendance is profoundly encouraging for the club and the women’s side. The potential for breaking the attendance record set at 9,553 during the Ghirls’ previous Parkhead encounter just over a week ago presents the opportunity to etch a new chapter.
Beyond the prospect of rewriting records and clinching the title, Sunday’s clash also offers an excellent platform to showcase the infectious energy of The Celtic End. Its resounding success during the previous match against Glasgow City propelled the players and invigorated the entire team.
As the Celtic family eagerly awaits this weekend’s proceedings, all involved with the club are optimistic that The Celtic End will once again ignite the spirits and inspire the team towards victory.
Well they can take it to all the women’s matches. They can fuck off away from my seat for actual football.