A Celtic State of Mind will celebrate our third birthday on 11 June, and with that milestone just around the corner, the podcast has once again been named as one of the finalists for Best International Podcast at the prestigious Football Content Awards.
Long-time listeners to the show will already be aware that we were named as the UK’s Best Football Podcast back in 2018 when the ceremony was called the Football Blogging Awards. The star-studded event took place at London’s Alexandra Palace and was streamed live by Sky Sports. Paul John Dykes picked up the Judge’s Award to make A Celtic State of Mind Scotland’s sole winners on the night. The 2018 award presentation can be viewed HERE.
ACSOM started life as a weekly podcast, but content production has increased significantly during the lockdown period, during which 76 podcasts (and counting) have been produced; each showcasing ACSOM’s brand of typically insightful discussion around the culture of Celtic Football Club, the city of Glasgow, and fans of the nine-in-a-row Scottish champions. The podcast’s mix of football and music chat will strike a chord with Celtic fans, as will the big interviews with individuals who possess A Celtic State of Mind.
Since winning the 2018 award, ACSOM has established itself as a leading multimedia platform, producing a wide range of FREE content, including:Daily podcasts
This content (which will remain free) is being enjoyed by Celtic’s global fan base, who are now able to vote for A Celtic State of Mind using the following form: