Celtic will play in Dublin this summer, as part of their preparations for their first season back under the management of Brendan Rodgers.
We have all the info you need on the Bhoys' visit to Dublin.
Who will Celtic play in Dublin?
Celtic will play Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers in a pre-season friendly at Dublin's Aviva Stadium.
When are Celtic coming to Dublin?
Saturday, 29th July 2023, at 2pm
Celtic will play Wolves at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday July 29. Kick-off in Dublin will be at 2pm.
The game in Dublin will mark Celtic's penultimate pre-season game ahead of their treble defence. They will face Athletic Bilbao in Glasgow on Tuesday August 1 in their final game - just five days before Athletic themselves travel to the Aviva Stadium to face Manchester United.
Celtic have acquired some top class talents from Japan in recent years, and they will travel to the country for most of their pre-season tour.
Their schedule is as follows (all kick-offs in Irish time):
|Portimonense v Celtic||12th July (Wednesday)||5pm||The Campus, Algarve|
|Portimonense v Celtic||15th July (Saturday)||11am||The Campus, Algarve|
|Yokohoma F. Marinos v Celtic||19th July (Wednesday)||11am||Nissan Stadium, Yokohama|
|Gamba Osaka v Celtic||22nd July (Saturday)||11am||Panasonic Stadium Suita, Osaka|
|Celtic v Wolves||29th July (Saturday)||2pm||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|Celtic v Athletic Bilbao||1st August (Tuesday)||7:30pm||Celtic Park, Glasgow|
Can I get tickets for Celtic v Wolves?
Yes, the tickets will go on general sale on Thursday July 13th at 9am.
There are currently presales ongoing for FAI Fan Republic members and Celtic supporters' club members, with general sale to follow on Thursday.
The cheapest tickets are priced at just €35 for adults and €20 for under-16s, with the higher range of prices pushing up to as high as €85.
Tickets are available to purchase from Ticketmaster here.
Have Celtic played in the Aviva Stadium before?
Yes, this will be Celtic's fourth trip to Dublin since the reopening of Lansdowne Road in 2010.
In the summer of 2011, they formed part of the Dublin Super Cup, a pre-season tournament which also involved Manchester City, Inter Milan, and a League of Ireland XI. Celtic played two games, losing 2-0 to Inter, before beating the League of Ireland XI 5-0.
Celtic would return to Dublin two years later, facing Liverpool in a friendly in August 2013. Celtic won out 1-0 after an early goal from Amido Baldé.
Their most recent visit to Dublin came in the summer of 2016 - curiously, that was one of the first games of Brendan Rodgers' first reign in charge of the club. They lost 3-1 to Barcelona in the Aviva Stadium, before playing Inter Milan in Limerick's Thomond Park - again losing out by two goals, on a 2-0 scoreline.
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