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All you need to know about supporting Celtic FC Women

Whether new to Celtic FC Women or the women’s game, here is all you need to know about following the Hoops and the women’s game in Scotland.

Where we play

K-Park Training Academy

Calderglen Country Park
East Kilbride
G75 0QZ

How to get there

From South/East

Leave the M74 at Junction 5 and follow the A725 into the centre of East Kilbride. At the Birniehill Roundabout take the Strathaven Road exit and follow the road until you see a sign for Calderglen Country Park. Follow the road and K-Park will eventually be sighted on the left-hand side.

From West

Leave the M77 at Junction 5 and follow the A726 into the centre of East Kilbride. At the Birniehill Roundabout take the Strathaven Road exit and follow the road until you see a sign for Calderglen Country Park. Follow the road and K-Park will eventually be sighted on the left-hand side.

Neighbouring Calderglen Country Park is served by public transport – check local transport links for information.

Where to park

Visitor parking is available.

K-Park Facilities

Gates open one hour before kick-off.

Match tickets are not required, entry is pay at the gate.

Adults: £5, Concessions: £3 and Under-16s: Free

There are accessible toilets.

In line with SWPL guidelines, K-Park Training Academy offers unreserved covered seating areas for 400 spectators and a standing area which brings the capacity up to 660 and there is a refreshments kiosk.

Where can I find the Fixtures list?

All fixtures can be accessed here, but with all fixtures subject to change, it is strongly advised you check the club’s social media channels ahead of traveling in case of any changes or cancellations.

For further information visit K-Park Training Academy’s official website k-parktrainingacademy.co.uk.

How the Scottish Women’s game works

Celtic FC Women training at K-Park.


The Scottish women’s game is growing rapidly and has reached an exciting new peak as the national team prepare to compete in their first ever World Cup finals in June this year. With the growing interest in the national outfit and Celtic’s inhouse progression, more people than ever are taking notice of the game.

Competitions

Scottish Women’s Premier League 1

After reconstruction of the top flight of Women for the 2016 that changed the twelve-team top tier to two leagues of eight operating under SWPL1 and SWPL2, all teams in SWPL1 will play each other three times over the summer season with the bottom team being relegated to SWPL2.

The league, which normally runs from February until November with a month’s break in July, will be suspended this year over June and July to account for players’ involvement in Scotland’s campaign at the World Cup in France.

The Scottish Women’s Premier League Cup

Similar to the cross-league format of the men’s League Cup, the SWPL Cup involves all 16 teams competing in SWPL1 and SWPL2. Operating on a knock out basis from its beginning, Celtic will open their campaign away to newly promoted SWPL2 side Dundee United on Sunday 24 February.

The Scottish Women’s Cup

Open to all senior Scottish women’s sides, the Scottish is the longest running women’s competition in Scotland dating back to 1971. Forty teams compete in the first round with SWPL sides entering at the second round – the round of 32. All games are played over a single leg leading up to the televised showpiece event of the year following the end of the league season.

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