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Oxon Shamrocks CSC

Set up by a group of Celtic supporters to meet and watch live Celtic games as well as raising money for good causes.

We have a club badge and a number of club shirts available to buy. Click on the link and follow the instructions.

Please enjoy your visit and tell other like minded Celtic supporters about us.

South Wales No1 Supporters Club

Officially registered at Celtic Park as "South Wales No.1 Celtic Supporters Club. It has been running since the 70's.

Club Hotline: 07811 828439. Ring for information and current events.

Bournemouth Shamrocks

We meet in a private club called the Pullman, where we watch on a big screen all Celtic away SPL games and all the cup games. We have a membership of approx 150, mostly Scots but Irish and a few English as well. We get a alot of visitors, holidaying or working here on short contracts etc. We are hosting the Celtic Roadshow in June when Tommy Gemmell and Bertie Auld will be with us.

Manhattan CSC

Our main objectives are:

1) To create an environment where Celtic fans can socialize with each other in a friendly and lively atmosphere, while watching Celtic games.

2) To allow freedom of speech and freedom of song.

3) Where each members views and opinions are welcomed and encouraged.

4) To welcome Celtic fans from all over the world and make them feel at home.

5) To celebrate being a Celtic fan: Win, Lose or Draw

Contact info@manattancsc.com

Swindon Shamrocks CSC

The Swindon Shamrock CSC was set up in the year 2000 by a Glaswegian exile by the name of David Turnbull. He had been in Swindon since November 1999, he had noticed a demand for a Celtic Supporters Club in the town as there was a large numbers of Celtic fans turning up at the towns main Irish pub ‘The Tap & Barrel’ many of which traveled regularly to Celtic matches up and down the country.

The years to follow saw the club come on in leaps and bounds. The club moved to new premises as we felt it was necessary because the club did not receive full support from the landlady of the Tap & Barrel, we moved to the short 5 minute walk around the corner to the Whitehouse pub. A large screen was installed specifically for the clubs use and many members thought it may have even been stolen from Celtic Park itself due to the size of it, this rumour was not helped when Celtic Park was missing a large screen, thankfully it was only taken down by the club for repairs

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