Celtic Bar, Stanleys Walk, Derry. Derry City and Glasgow Celtic insignia.
Graffiti, Unity Flats, Belfast City Centre, 1983. Centre-left, background, 'Celtic' (Celtic Football Club in Glasgow is the team which Northern Irish Catholics traditionally follow); local graffiti.
Murals; Republicans; Graffiti; IRA
Republican graffiti, Springhill Avenue, Ballymurphy, West Belfast, 1989. 'PIRA Fuck Mo.J C'Ville Celtic FC'. Provisional IRA; graffti against Maurice Johnson, Catholic who signed for Glasgow Rangers F.C., traditionally a Protestant club, after...
Murals; Nationalist; Football; Celtic Football Club
Nationalist mural, Violet Street, Cavendish Street, West Belfast, 2002. Emblem of Celtic Football Club, with three players (from left Chris Sutton, Henrik Larssen, ?Neil Lennon) and manager, Martin O'Neill. Irish nationalists and republicans...
Murals; Nationalist; Football; Celtic Football Club; Graffiti
Nationalist mural, Violet Street, Cavendish Street, West Belfast, 2002. Martin O'Neill, manager, Celtic Football Club. Irish nationalists and republicans traditionally support Celtic, Glasgow rivals in the Scottish Premiership of Rangers (supported...
Loyalist murals, The Fountain, Derry. Murals dedicated to Glasgow Rangers Football Club, 'Londonderry Loyal RSC' (Rangers Supporters Club); Northern Ireland Football Crest, 'Our wee country'.
Mural, St Katherine's Road, St James, West Belfast. Mural celebrates Belfast Celtic Football (Soccer) Club (1891-1949) and Celtic park (now demolished); portraits of players Charlie Tully, Paddy Bonnar, Jimmy Jones, and line from song chanted by...
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