Celtic are once again involved in the UEFA Youth League this season.

The young Hoops will take on Feyenoord, Atletico Madrid and Lazio in the same group format as the first team.

Last year, Stephen McManus and Darren O'Dea's side finished bottom of their section, winning just one of their six matches.

TNT Sports have been confirmed as having the rights for the home fixtures which will be shown in the afternoon before Brendan Rodgers' men take to Parkhead at night.

UEFA.tv will show a selection of the away fixtures, but Celtic's trip to Feyenoord does not seem to be included.

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Meanwhile, former Feyenoord star Karim El Ahmadi has bullishly claimed that Celtic "won't have the ball" during the upcoming Champions League clash in the Netherlands.

The Parkhead club take on the Dutch league winners in Rotterdam on matchday one and the ex-player turned pundit feels Brendan Rodgers' side doesn't pose much of a threat.

Despite Arne Slot's side missing key players such as forwards Ayase Ueda and Santiago Gimenez, Ahmadi is confident his old club will have too much for the Hoops.

He told ESPN: "Against Celtic at home, Feyenoord will have the ball a lot. Celtic just won't have the ball.

"If you then put Minteh or Paixão in the striker, they will not get a lot of space. At home against Celtic you may have to look for a Stengs as a false striker.

"You could play without a striker."