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  • Welcome to Cork No1CSC

    Celtic F.C. has always been popular in Cork and during the mid eighties there was a number of Supporters travelling to GlasgowForming a Supporters Club was often mentioned during these trips and eventually after the 1988 Cup Final a number of these Bhoys decided to start a Cork Supporters Club.

    Welcome To Cork
  • The Early Days

    The first name of the Club was “Celtic Supporters Club Cork” This was soon changed, following a recommendation from our treasurer at that time Mr Alan Buckley,to
    Cork No.1 Celtic Supporters Club (CSC)

    CorkNo1CSC developed via a number of reorganisations through the nineties subsequenty forming a new Committee in early 2000. From there the club has went from strength to strength with a peak of 135 members.

    Membership reached a peak of 135 Members with the Club in possession of a high number of season Ticket Books travelling on a regular basis to Glasgow with a few venturing further a field to European games.

    Welcome To Cork

The first name of the Club was “Celtic Supporters Club Cork” This was soon changed, following a recommendation from our treasurer at that time Mr Alan Buckley, to
“Cork No.1 Celtic Supporters Club (CSC). ”CorkNo1CSC developed via a number of reorganisation's through the nineties subsequenty forming a new Committee in early 2000. From there the club has gone from strength to strength reaching a peak of 135 Members by Season 2002/2003. The Club were now in possession of a high number of season Ticket Books - 28 in total. Big numbers were travelling on a regular basis to Glasgow with a few venturing further a field to European games.

  • Anniversaries

    The club have celebrated three major anniversaries, our 10th / 20th & 30th Anniversaries held in the Metropole & Clarion Hotels respectively where we have been honored to host such greats as Steve Chalmers, David Hay, John Fallon, Paul Wilson, Mike Conroy (former Club president). On our 30th Anniversary we were honored to welcome & host legends such as John Hartson, Rab Douglas, Dannie Crainie & once again Mick Conroy.

  • CorkNo1CSC have developed excellent alliances with great Celtic Supporters Clubs such as;

    Lee Walker CSC in Lochee

    Underground CSC from London

    Tralee No1 CSC

    Carty’s Bar Athlone CSC

    Tremonia Bhoys-Dortmund CSC

    Rathangan, Kildare CSC

    Father Murphy CSC Arklow

    Dungarvan CSC .

    Some of these great clubs also attended our 30th Anniversary in great numbers

     

Our Future

As our Club continues to grow & prosper in membership at our proud headquarters ‘The Ferry Arms’ in Passage West, we welcome newcomers to apply for membership or indeed take advantage of purchasing our unique CorkNo1CSC merchandise through our website

We look forward to inviting & welcoming you to the next CorkNo1CSC Anniversary.

Hail Hail

The CorkNo1CSC Team

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