Boston Celtics Copied the Celtic Football Club

Did you know the Boston Celtics copied the Celtic Football Club in Scotland and stole their name?

The Boston Celtics have been around since 1946 vs. the Celtic Football Club being founded in 1887.

Did you know the Celtic Football Club is publicly traded? The symbol on the London Stock Exchange is CCP.

Celtic PLC (LSE: CCP) currently trades for only 140 pence or £1.40 per share with a low market cap of only £132.579 million.

NIA predicts that CCP will be trading for 200 pence within the next 12 months.

This is the best sports franchise in all of Scotland!

They have both a male team and a female team and they both won the 2023/2024 championship!

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