Make some Noise for the Bhoys! Welcome to The Celtic Noise

IT has been an innovative year for the Celtic fans media, with new sites such as The Celtic Star coming though and making a BIG impact.

Other developments include the very welcome addition on YouTube of Celtic Fans TV who capture the post match mood of the supporters leaving the games.

There are numerous excellent Celtic podcasts out there too and of course blogs, websites and forums.

The Celtic Star has done remarkably well – over the 30 days for instance the site has had an incredible 195,023 users. Or looking at the number of users that The Celtic Star has had since launching in February we are astonished to see that this figure is 661,696 users.*

And the site is growing all the time.


When we launched The Celtic Star we wanted to concentrate on the Celtic news and features content so didn’t open up a dedicated contents section. We were tempted but the idea was to get the site established as the kind of Celtic site that we wanted to read ourselves and welcome the entire Celtic family in to enjoy The Celtic Star.

After achieving that we move onto creating a new Celtic forum – a place that is open to all Celtic supporters this is The Celtic Noise.

And we have teamed up with other more established Celtic sites – The Celtic Blog and Video Celts with some more to follow.

These three Celtic sites together attract a huge daily audience around the world – Celtic supporters who want to read the latest news and views about everything that’s going on at the club we all love. From today, The Celtic Blog, Video Celts and The Celtic Star will all be encouraging our readers to sign up, debate, make friends, argue, laugh, cry, moan, groan, cheer, celebrate and do everything together as the part of the Celtic family.

The rules are simple. Respect fellow Celtic supporters, even when arguing, don’t post anything illegal or offensive and never resort to the kind of behaviour that we’re seeming at the moment towards a young woman who yesterday lost her job, much to the delight of the hordes.

The Celtic Noise is now open and all Celtic supporters are welcome – registering takes 30 seconds. It’s time to make some Noise for the Bhoys!

*These figures are from Google Analytics.

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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