Books thrive around Christmas and holiday time. Who doesn’t want a great read on their travels? Or something to delve into when stomaching that Christmas Day turkey. Books typically do well with people who relate to them in some way, or spark feelings of nostalgia, and books about your football club certainly do that.
Celtic have enjoyed a period of sheer dominance for nearly a decade, and Neil Lennon is leading their latest charge. So it’s a great time to be a fan of the green side of Glasgow. With their fans having so many to choose from, we’ve picked out the best Celtic books to buy and read during this festive period!
The Funniest Celtic Quotes… Ever!
Another light-hearted read here. Football is all about in the moment reactions, instant answers to questions and true, raw emotion – and sometimes the latter is difficult to contain! It’s led to some of the funniest moments in football, so if you’re up for a laugh, this is definitely the book for you.
The Official Celtic Football Club Annual 2020
If you want writing, pictures, graphics and more to show off the achievements of 2019, then look no further than this book right here! The green and white stripes of Celtic lifted another treble, their third in a row, which is quite simply a remarkable achievement. Any fan would want memorabilia from this historic season.
Celtic Quiz Book: 101 Interesting Questions About Celtic Football Club
As we said, books can be heavy-reading sometimes, and every now and again you need a bit of fun from page to page! A quiz book is the best way to have that fun, enjoy it with others, and learn something about Celtic along the way!
Neil Lennon: Man and Bhoy
Find out all there is to know about Neil Lennon, the manager who’s guiding Celtic towards another league title. It’s his second stint as boss and he’s doing a wonderful job, but what made him the man he is? Find out more about the ex-Celtic and Leicester City midfielder as he looks to battle it out for another league title.
Mad Dog Gravesen: The Last of the Modern Footballing Mavericks
Thomas Gravesen was certainly a footballing maverick, but he was a talented footballer as well who played at the highest level of the game for some huge clubs. That combative midfielder had a huge impact in England as he enjoyed five years with Everton, before his move to Real Madrid which last one year. At Celtic he rediscovered his form and helped snatched the SPL title back from rivals Rangers in his one full season before moving back to Everton on loan in 2008. A must-read about one of the more colourful people in football.