Celtic Park is set to open its doors on Christmas Day to put on a festive dinner for people who need it most. 

Celtic FC Foundation's Paradise Pit Stop project is set to put on a three-course Christmas Dinner in the Kerrydale Suite from 12pm and 2pm.

The East End club's charity has said that they "recognise the importance" of offering an environment that is available all year round that is safe, warm and non-judgemental.

And they are hoping that this service on Christmas Day will bring comfort and her up people facing hardships.

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Tony Hamilton, Celtic FC Foundation’s chief executive, said: "As we approach Christmas, things are more challenging for many individuals and families due to the ongoing cost of living crisis which is overwhelming countless household budgets. 

“We aim to help alleviate the pressure on families and individuals throughout the year and we hope that we can play a small part in making this Christmas Day special and less stressful for local families and individuals.

“The support for our Christmas Appeal has been phenomenal, as always, and we are so grateful for every single contribution and the difference you are making.”

The charity have confirmed that there are limited spaces left and for anyone who would like to attend should get in touch through cfcfoundation@celticfc.co.uk or call 0141 551 4321.