is your premier online destination, offering extensive live coverage of your beloved sports. Whether it's Football, Golf, Rugby, Cricket, F1, Boxing, NFL, NBA, or any other sport, we've got you covered with the latest news, live updates, transfers, and scores. Immerse yourself in exclusive interviews, browse through fresh and captivating photos and videos, and stay informed with breaking news. Our dedication ensures you're connected to the world of sports around the clock. Be sure to explore our daily updates and never miss a moment in the lives of your favorite sports celebrities.


  • Owner: SNOWLAND s.r.o.
  • Registration certificate 06691200
  • 16200, Na okraji 381/41, Veleslavín, 162 00 Praha 6
  • Czech Republic

Celtic are champions LIVE title party as Brendan Rodgers brings the 'class and swagger' back

Celtic have landed their 54th Scottish Premiership title win in some style as they demolished Kilmarnock 5-0 at Rugby Park on a night of unbridled joy for their travelling support.

Derek McInnes’ side had been a real thorn in Brendan Rodgers’ side all season, recording two wins at Rugby Park and taking a point at Celtic Park, but Celtic were in the groove from the first whistle to the last and the Ayrshire men could offer little resistance to the champions as they defending their title with an impressive demolition.

The Hoops showed ultimate determination to wrap up the title before the last fixture of the season this weekend during the rout - before wild scenes at the full-time whistle at Celtic Park.

The full-time whistle sparked jubilant scenes among the players, staff and travelling support as they celebrated a 12th title in 13 years. And those continued late into the night with Celtic fans and their players partying at Parkhead.

Rodgers and his players were greeted on the Celtic Way by thousands of adoring punters with the classic 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' blared out with fireworks and pyro lighting up the night sky

Stick with us as we bring you all the reaction LIVE as Celtic get their title party started.

One Celtic star couldn't resist sticking the boot into Rangers after becoming a champion again.

23 trophies. Twenty. Three. Trophies.

Last night's title win means James Forrest is now Celtic's joint-second most decorated player ever with Billy McNeill.

Winning the Scottish Cup would put the resurgent winger out on his own - and just one behind the great Bobby Lennox with the chance to top the table altogether next season.

He has a year to run on his contract after this season and his recent run of form