Celtic’s home stadium is reportedly being looked at as a potential venue for the final of next season’s Guinness Pro14 final.
Yesterday came the announcement that eir Sport have signed a deal to broadcast every single Guinness Pro14 game from the 2018/19 season onwards, something that will ensure that Irish fans don’t miss a second of the action when things get underway in a few months time.
— PRO14 RUGBY (at 🏡) (@PRO14Official) May 3, 2018
Now, reports have been circulating that are linking Celtic FC’s home stadium, Celtic Park, to a slot as the venue the competition will use for its final matchup for the 2018/19 season, which is expected to take place in May of next year.
Celtic Park, which can hold about 60,000 people, has a long and storied history in Scottish football and while there have othered rumoured venues that have been suggested, it does appear as though the iconic Glasgow stadium has become something of a front-runner in these early stages.
It is the eighth largest stadium in the United Kingdom in terms of its capacity and as anyone who closely follows football will know, it can be as electric as any venue out there under the right circumstances.
Cillian Cunningham, Pundit Arena