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Best Food and Drink at Celtic Park?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Despite its inspirational history and modern design, Celtic Park falters somewhat on the catering front. However, this just means that they serve the same food as 98% of football stadiums: sausage rolls, pies, burgers and confectionary! There’s no alcohol permitted or sold within the stadium, so your drink options are tea, coffee and fizzy drinks.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Celtic Park does offer up some alcoholic drinks but unfortunately only if you are in the corporate boxes! The regular concourses are still dry due to the countrywide ban on the sale of alcohol in Scottish grounds, though you can get a cup of tea for £2.20.

There is of course a lot of food on offer too – hot dogs, burgers and pies are always popular at football grounds, and the same is to be said here! The Killie Pie is a favourite among fans here, unlike the standard Scotch Pie (Minced Beef) that you will find In most Scottish stadiums – the Killie is more like a Steak Pie and is very tempting as it’s just £2.30!

You can also find Dominoes in Celtic Park – perfect for pizza lovers and fans who want a change from the usual pie and a cup of Bovril!

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