The 2009–10 season was the 121st season of competitive football by Celtic. Celtic started their 2009–10 campaign by playing in the Wembley Cup, as a buildup for the Champions League. Their first competitive game of the season was at Parkhead on 29 July where they were beaten 1–0 by Dynamo Moscow in the 1st leg of the Champions League third-qualifying round for best placed teams. However, in the return leg at Dynamo Stadium on 5 August, Celtic won 2–0 (2–1 on aggregate) thanks to a 44th-minute goal by Scott McDonald and a late injury-time strike from Georgios Samaras, giving Celtic a first away win in Europe since their 1–0 win over MTK Hungaria at Stadium Puskás Ferenc in 2003. The win took Celtic through to the Champions League play-off round and were drawn against Arsenal. Celtic kicked

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  • Saison 2009-2010 du Celtic Football Club Maillots Chronologie Saison précédente Saison suivante En 2009-2010 le Celtic Football Club joue sa 113e saison consécutive en première division du championnat d'Écosse de football. Le club dispute aussi les deux principales coupes nationales, la Coupe d'Écosse de football et la Coupe de la Ligue d'Écosse de football. Grâce à sa deuxième place obtenue au terme de la saison 2008-2009, le Celtic participe aussi à la Ligue des champions et commence la compétition au troisième tour de qualification. Le Celtic commence sa campagne 2009-2010 en disputant la Wembley Cup qui sert le mise au point de l'équipe en vue de la Ligue des champions. Le premier match officiel de la saison a lieu le 29 juillet 2009 ; c'est un match de tour préliminaire de la Ligue des Champions contre le club russe du Dynamo Moscou. Le Celtic est battu 0-1 à domicile. L'équipe écossaise se rattrape une semaine plus tard en allant l'emporter à Moscou sur le score de 2-0 permettant ainsi au Celtic de se qualifier pour le deuxième tour de qualification. Cette victoire à Moscou est la première victoire du club à l'extérieur en Ligue des champions depuis un 1-0 obtenu en Hongrie contre le MTK Hungaria en 2003. Le Celtic se voit en suite attribué Arsenal FC comme adversaire au tour suivant. Entre ces matchs de Ligue des champions, le Celtic commence le championnat d'Écosse par une victoire 3-1 sur Aberdeen FC au Pittodrie Stadium. (fr)
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  • Saison 2009-2010 du Celtic Football Club Maillots Chronologie Saison précédente Saison suivante En 2009-2010 le Celtic Football Club joue sa 113e saison consécutive en première division du championnat d'Écosse de football. Le club dispute aussi les deux principales coupes nationales, la Coupe d'Écosse de football et la Coupe de la Ligue d'Écosse de football. Grâce à sa deuxième place obtenue au terme de la saison 2008-2009, le Celtic participe aussi à la Ligue des champions et commence la compétition au troisième tour de qualification. (fr)
  • The 2009–10 season was the 121st season of competitive football by Celtic. Celtic started their 2009–10 campaign by playing in the Wembley Cup, as a buildup for the Champions League. Their first competitive game of the season was at Parkhead on 29 July where they were beaten 1–0 by Dynamo Moscow in the 1st leg of the Champions League third-qualifying round for best placed teams. However, in the return leg at Dynamo Stadium on 5 August, Celtic won 2–0 (2–1 on aggregate) thanks to a 44th-minute goal by Scott McDonald and a late injury-time strike from Georgios Samaras, giving Celtic a first away win in Europe since their 1–0 win over MTK Hungaria at Stadium Puskás Ferenc in 2003. The win took Celtic through to the Champions League play-off round and were drawn against Arsenal. Celtic kicked (en)
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  • 2009–10 Celtic F.C. season (en)
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