The Scottish Football Partnership were pleased to be able to award a grant to Celtic Football Club to assist with the installation of a new FIFA 2 star 3G surface at the club’s Lennoxtown Training Centre. Scott Sinclair is pictured here on the new surface at Lennoxtown.
The club are on record as saying;
“Celtic Football is delighted to announce that it has worked together with The Scottish Football Partnership to deliver a new FIFA 2 star 3G surface at Lennoxtown Training Centre. The Scottish Football Partnership works in the interests of all levels of the game, from SPFL clubs to youngsters’ community football programmes and aims to assist and develop organisations across a wide range of areas including training, facilities, education and disability.”
Celtic F.C.’s Head of Youth Development, Chris McCart commented:
“We are delighted to have worked with The Scottish Football Partnership on this initiative and we are sure the recent upgrading of our facility will provide huge benefit to the club.”
“Celtic is a club of immense stature in the game and we strive to ensure at all times that our facilities are the best available. We all know that Scotland can deliver a changeable climate and often that is when artificial surfaces come into play. However, in its own right, the new facility at Lennoxtown provides a fantastic playing surface, one of the best in the country and we are sure it will prove very useful in the development of our players”.