Fixtures Are Out – January Break Scrapped as Glasgow Derby pushed back to 17 October

THE fixtures are out for the new season and Celtic will open the defence of their title as they begin the campaign for Ten-in-a-Row with a home match against Hamilton on Sunday 2 August with a 4.30pm kick-off.

Matchday two for Celtic is away to Kilmarnock on Sunday 9 August, again with a 4.30pm kick-0ff and the third league match is also away, this time to St Mirren on Wednesday 12 August before Aberdeen visit Celtic Park on 15 August.

The first Glasgow Derby is on Saturday 17 October and of course by that point the expectation is that supporters will be allowed back into the ground. Here are the fixtures as they have been announced this morning, remember that they are always subject to change.

And the January break is NOT happening this season so there will be no trip to Dubai and three weeks without games.


02/08/2020: Hamilton Accies (H) KO: 4.30pm

09/08/2020: Kilmarnock (A) KO: 4.30pm

12/08/2020: St. Mirren (A) KO: 6pm

15/08/2020: Aberdeen (H)

22/08/2020: Dundee United (A) KO: 5.30pm

29/08/2020: Motherwell (H)

12/09/2020: Ross County (A)

19/09/2020: Livingston (H)

26/09/2020: Hibernian (H)

02/10/2020: St. Johnstone (A) KO: 7.45pm

17/10/2020: Rangers (H)

24/10/2020: Aberdeen (A)

31/10/2020: St. Mirren (H)

06/11/2020: Motherwell (A) KO: 7.45pm

21/11/2020: Hibernian (A)

05/12/2020: St. Johnstone (H)

12/12/2020: Kilmarnock (H)

19/12/2020: Livingston (A)

23/12/2020: Ross County (H) KO: 7.45pm

26/12/2020: Hamilton Accies (A)

30/12/2020: Dundee United (H) KO: 7.45pm

02/01/2021: Rangers (A)

09/01/2021: Hibernian (H)

16/01/2021: Livingston (H)

23/01/2021: St. Mirren (A)

27/01/2021: Hamilton Accies (H) KO: 7.45pm

03/02/2021: Kilmarnock (A) KO: 7.45pm

06/02/2021: Motherwell (H)

13/02/2021: St. Johnstone (A)

27/02/2021: Aberdeen (H)

06/03/2021: Dundee United (A)

20/03/2021: Rangers (H)

03/04/2021: Ross County (A)

* Kick-off 3pm unless otherwise stated
* All fixtures subject to change

About Author

The Celtic Star founder and editor, who 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

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