Paving Stone on the Celtic Way

Paving Stone on the Celtic Way

Dear all Thanks to your donation for the CSC Switzerland paving stone, I could already order the stone last year and much more important, I was able to transfer CHF 430.– (£318) to the Celtic Foundation today!! http://charity.celticfc.net/news https://bricks.celticfc.net/index.php?route=product/category&path=61 I keep you informed when the stone is installed. Thanks again for your support for the good cause. CELTIC – MORE THAN A CLUB – and so is CSC Switzerland   Hail, Hail! Küsä President CSC Switzerland...
We were having a party in the Champions League

We were having a party in the Champions League

Roughly 300km was the ride in the green bus, that took us to the promised beer land. Weissbier, Brezn and Weisswurst was up for the next few days – and one hell of a party! Celtic was about to play their 3rd group stage match in Munich, which is a very short ride for us Fondue Fenians to see the mighty Hoops play. Obviously, a few of us got some days off at work and were up to enjoy one of the best away trips ever – at least for me, Stevie, it was a highly enjoyable one. Arriving in Munich on Tuesday afternoon, it was all about getting started easily. And getting the tickets sorted. In the evening, we enjoyed the concerts of Glasnevin and Co at the “Backstage” München. I didn’t count the amount of Weissbier we enjoyed throughout the trip, but I am sure all Celtic fans together drank more than most Oktoberfest visitors over several days. On match day, Marienplatz, the main square in Munich, was covered in in Green & White and bottles. – And flags.   Then, it was time to leave Marienplatz behind us and go to the stadium. The subway trains were crowded with a mix of both groups of fans and the Celtic fans were having a party (again!) in the U-Bahn – probably a bit too much, as the train couldn’t move for 20 minutes. But as friendly as we are, we shared beers with strangers, gave them our scarves and badges and won new friends, even an old Munich fan, who said he had never seen something like...