2 cup semi-finalists and an amazing league campaign, the reserves who bagging our first trophy by winning the BPL div 3 title. Our numbers grew with the addition of an under 18 team who along with our talented U15’s, moved up to U16’s, are tomorrow’s stars! Yesterday’s stars are still going strong and it’s great to see some old faces come along to play for our over 35’s .
At the centre of the clubs plan’s is a development project at ‘Páric Na gCeiltigh’, Glen Road Heights. The 1st phase of the project includes a state-of-the art Floodlight 4g Pitch, New Stands, Perimeter fencing, plus Additional Spectator facilities & groundwork improvements. Phase 2, well we’ll all have to wait for another day, but the plans are well advanced, and will be released soon.
We are a community interest club (CIC) which means we are a ‘Not for Profit’, club. Whatever we earn is re-invested back into the club for the benefit of everyone, we also need new voices on our committees and board to help shape our future. We need the next generation of leaders to come to the fore and prepare to take over the reins.
The pandemic has affected us all and when we get through it, and we will, we want to be at the forefront of community regeneration, to bring happy days back through sport, community spirit and unity.
If we build it, they will come.
The Belfast Celtic Community Partnership Initiative, will initially focus our relationship on working with local Football Clubs, sharing our facilities, during and in line with facilities as Belfast Celtic’s building development programme rolls out. Belfast Celtic aim to engage and reach into the heart of our community, including forming partnerships with all sporting & non-sporting clubs, youth clubs, schools and community forums, our project is open to all of the community and groups,. of all gender, young or senior, cultures, faith & none or sexuality.