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

Celtic’s European campaign hangs in the balance after their shock first leg loss to Bodo/Glimt.

Two successive Norwegian champions beat Parkhead 3-1, giving them a big lead in the first leg of the European Conference League.


Celtic have something to do in Norway

Now Celtic are heading to Norway, looking to turn the tide and avoid relegation from their third European competition this season.

In order to get to the 1/8 finals, Anzha Postekoglu’s men need to show themselves much better than last Thursday.

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

  • Celtic to face Bodø/Glimt TODAY (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 9/5

Draw 5/2

Celtic EMU

*Coefficients from Paddy Power correct as of Wednesday, February 23rd.

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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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