Bodø/Glimt vs Celtic on TV? Channel, Live Stream, Kick-Off Time and Teams for the Europa Conference League Big Match

Celtic’s European trip hangs in the balance after their shock loss to Bodo/Glimt in Glasgow last week.

The Norwegians defeated Parkhead with a score of 3: 1, which allowed them to reach the next round of the European Conference League.


Celtic have something to do in Norway

Celtic are now in Norway looking to turn the tide and avoid relegation from their third European competition this season.

To advance to the Round of 16, Ange Postecoglou’s men will need to perform much better than they did at home and find their scoring goal while maintaining a closed backdoor at the other end.

What time does the match between Bodø/Glimt and Celtic start?

  • Celtic to face Bodø/Glimt TONIGHT (Thursday, February 24).
  • The match will start at 17:45 UK time.
  • The game will take place at the Aspmyra Stadion in Bodø, Norway.

What TV channel is Bodø/Glimt vs Celtic on and can I stream it live?

  • Bodø/Glimt vs Celtic will be streamed on BT Sport/ESPN.
  • Their coverage from Norway starts at 17:15 – 30 minutes before the start of the match.
  • To stream the match live, go to the BT Sport website or app.
  • In addition, you can keep up to date with the latest comments and updates from Ibrox in our LIVE blog.

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Team news

Hoops boss Postekoglu will be talking about his team in detail later this week, but for now, we can assume that David Turnbull and Kyogo Furuhashi will miss it if they can’t make it to the bench.

Both players are on track for a comeback with hamstring injuries but were not included in the squad against Dundee on Sunday.

Latest Odds

Bodø/Glimt 21/10

Draw 27/10

Celtic 20/23

*Coefficients from Paddy Power correct as of Thursday, February 24.

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What did they say

After last week’s loss to Celtic Park, Postekoglu said: “It’s not over yet. Now break.

“I don’t think anyone will think that we’re just going to play 90 minutes.

“It was a disappointing evening for a number of reasons, but that’s part of football.

“Let’s dust ourselves off and go again.

“It’s still a possibility. From our point of view, it’s about going there and playing our football.

“Once we’ve done it, it’s hard to confuse us.

“There’s a break, we’re losing 3-1, we’ll see what happens.”


Celtic captain Callum McGregor admitted he conceded right after the goal was scored. NAIVE.

He said: “If the game ends 2-1, you have a very good chance.

“That’s the naivete that we have at this level in terms of being a new band.

“So we have to learn a lesson from this. We will analyze and find out that you always need to turn on, especially when you score.

“This is probably when you are most vulnerable.”

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    Less than two hours before the start in what our man in Norway calls the “Baltic bodo”.

    The current temperature in the coastal city is 2°C, but luckily the field looks clean and beautiful!

    Dmcg Pre Match

    Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou has denied any claims that today’s draw is almost over. He said, “This is not the end. There’s a break.

    “I don’t think anyone will think that we’re just going to play 90 minutes.

    “It was a disappointing evening for a number of reasons, but that’s part of football – we dust ourselves off and go again.

    “There’s a break, we’re losing 3-1, we’ll see what happens.”


    This is how the bookmakers assess Celtic’s chances of progress.

    • Match odds:
      • Bodo/Shine – 5/2
      • Draw – 14/5
      • Celtic – 7/10
    • To qualify:
      • Bodo/Shine – 2/9
      • Celtic – 14/5

    Odds via PaddyPower and correct as of February 24, 2022.


    Welcome with SunSport’s live blog Bodo / Glimt vs Celtic!

    For the people of Anji Postekoglu, it’s all or nothing, they’re trying to save their European dreams.

    Two successive Norwegian champions rocked Parkhead last week with a shocking 3-1 thrashing.

    But it still didn’t end there – without the away goals rule, even a 2-0 win would have been enough to push the tie into extra time.

    Celtic have won five away games in a row although they still need a special performance today to have a chance of qualifying.

    It looks like Postecoglou won’t have any new injury concerns this evening.

    Kyogo Furuhashi and David Turnbull appear to be left out, but The Hoops boss would no doubt be happy to get through Sunday’s Dundee clash without any issues.

    His side will be strengthened by another dramatically late winner.

    Dundee initially took the lead before a brace from Giorgos Jakoumakis turned the tally before half time.

    Celtic looked like a win at the time, but a bullet header from defender Dee Ryan Sweeney leveled things up again in an hour of play.

    Celtic Park became frustrated as their heroes defended attack after attack before they ran out.

    But perseverance eventually paid off – the Greek striker Jakoumakis became the hero of a hat-trick and won a decisive three points with five minutes left.

    The Hoops were thrilled to win, but will they be able to maintain their impressive home form tonight?

    No doubt it will be a difficult task, but hold on SunSport’s blog for all live updates!

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