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The club was established in 1887, and played its first game in 1888. As of 2017, Celtic had won the Scottish championship on 48 occasions, the Scottish Cup 36 times, the Scottish League Cup 16 times and are the only Scottish team to win the European Cup (in 1967). Celtic's home stadium is Celtic Park, the biggest football stadium in Scotland, with a capacity of 60,411.

The company has been publicy traded (plc) since 1993, transferring from the main list at the London Stock Exchange to the AIM exchange in 2005.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are for the plc and are measured in millions.

Financial Overview

Year
Turnover
Pre-tax profit
Wages / Turnover ratio (%)
Employees

2015/16

52.010

0.460

 

 

2014/15

51.080

-3.950

 

 

2013/14

64.740

11.170

58.3

 

2012/13

75.820

9.740

53.7

 

2011/12

51.340

-7.370

 

 

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2007/08

72.953

4.453

53.4

500

2006/07

75.237

15.040

48.4

496

2005/06

57.411

-4.222

56.6

489

2004/05

62.168

-7.733

60.2

453

2003/04

69.020

-7.471

58.7

493

2002/03

60.569

-5.794

54.6

418

2001/02

56.892

-2.974

57.6

392

2000/01

42.007

-11.190

61.7

381

1999/00

38.579

-5.985

52.3

444

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1994/95

10.376

 

 

 

1993/94

8.736

 

 

 

Website: 
www.celticfc.co.uk

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