Football Fans in Training 2016

Celtic FC Foundation in partnership with the Scottish Professional Football League Trust is delighted to announce our second block of Football Fans in Training (FFIT) delivery project for this season.

The aim of the project is to encourage male and female supporters, 35 to 65 years old, to make significant changes to their lifestyle by, becoming more active and eating a healthier diet.  This will help participants to have more energy, improve fitness levels, general wellbeing and self-confidence.

Male and Female projects are delivered on separate evenings.

Participants are targeted to achieve between 5% to 10% reduction in body weight.  Our experienced delivery staff has been expertly trained to deliver this specific project where they encourage participants to stay active and healthy with a wider objective to have a positive effect on participants’ family and friends.

Sessions are delivered in the evening here at Celtic Park for two hours per week over a 13 week period.  The sessions comprise a one hour interactive Lifestyle tutorial workshop (hosted in one of our match day lounges) to discuss individual goal-setting, diet, nutrition and hydration along with other relevant topics. 

This is then followed by a one hour physical activity session which focuses on developing fitness areas such as strength and endurance.  These activities take place in and around the stadium concourse areas as well trackside and gym which is used by players from Celtics 1st Team.  The project is tailored to individual client’s needs and requirements.


– Male or Female

– Aged 35 to 65

– BMI of 28 or above

To check your BMI visit:


Male Only Project:

Monday evenings 6-8pm

– Start date: Monday, April 25, 2016

– Finish date: Monday, June 27, 2016


Friday evenings 6-8pm


Female Only Project

Wednesday evenings 6-8pm

– Start date: Wednesday,  April 27, 2016

– Finish: Wednesday, June 29, 2016


In order to book and secure your place, please contact Celtic FC Foundation:

Telephone: +44 141 551 4321
Email: [email protected]

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis