Celtic Fan Survey 2024, includes section on increasing Safer Standing

This afternoon the club launched its Celtic FC Fans’ Survey 2024 and has invited Celtic supporters to have their say…

I thought I’d do the survey myself before posting about it on The Celtic Star.

It’s rather detailed and looks like they are looking for feedback on the matchday experience, whether to increase the safer standing section and whether supporters will move seats to accommodate this, there’s plenty on developing Celtic TV and the overall media output from the club and they ask which media you consume at the moment.

If you read The Celtic Star and other fan media sites then be sure to mention them and on the mainstream media you will be able to explain to the club at long last that the days of buying a newspaper are long gone.

If this detailed survey was about anything else other than Celtic, I’d probably have given up half way through, but it’s well worth sticking with it to the end. If we as a support tell them what we think on a wide range of issues surrounding Celtic, our match day experience and much more, then that can’t say they haven’t been told.

This is what the club sent out to The Celtic Star and other sites earlier today. Remember this is important in so many ways and it’s also a chance to let Celtic know where you get your Celtic news and features from, whether it’s from sites like The Celtic Star or newspapers like Daily Record, Scottish Sun or Glasgow Times.

Celtic FC Fans’ Survey 2024 | Have your say

Today the club launches The Celtic Fans’ Survey 2024, and we would love to hear your views. This will be the biggest ever survey of Celtic supporters worldwide, commissioned by the club as part of our ongoing commitment to fan engagement.

A sensational end to the season saw the Hoops create history once again, becoming the first ever side to be crowned both men’s and women’s Scottish League Champions in the same season. And while Glasgow’s green and white enjoyed success on the park, we’ve continued to work at speed off it at as we continue to work on our new training centre in the city’s East End, complete new developments at Lennoxtown and continue our work on Celtic Park in preparation for the new season.

We have also continued our strong community focus throughout the summer through Celtic FC Foundation with some great initiatives and many more to come as we continue to make a positive difference to the lives of so many people.

Before competitive action returns in August, we want to hear your opinions on a variety of topics that will help guide our future decision-making. Your input is invaluable, and we are committed to ensuring your voice is heard.


With the help of the University of Strathclyde’s Business School, we have designed the survey to give you a voice in shaping the future of our club. Whether you’re a Season Ticket holder in Glasgow or a fan from afar, your views matter to us.

The survey takes about 25 minutes to complete and automatically enters you into a prize draw to win a 2024/25 Celtic FC adidas bundle, which includes all you need to be ready for the season ahead.

Thank you for your incredible support and for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.


Supporters have until 5pm on Friday, July 26 to complete the survey so make sure you get involved.

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The Celtic Star founder and editor David Faulds has edited numerous Celtic books over the past decade or so including several from Lisbon Lions, Willie Wallace, Tommy Gemmell and Jim Craig. Earliest Celtic memories include a win over East Fife at Celtic Park and the 4-1 League Cup loss to Partick Thistle as a 6 year old. Best game? Easy 4-2, 1979 when Ten Men Won the League. Email editor@thecelticstar.co.uk

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