Buy The Shamrock!

Sham4 cover


Issue 4 of the The Shamrock is  now on sale.  Read all about the early Celtic patron Michael Davitt, Celtic’s Powder Monkey, the visit to Albania in 1979 and the remarkable Leigh Roose – and more.

You can purchase a digital download of the magazine (£3) to read online on your favourite device or have a print copy of the magazine sent to your home in the UK/North of Ireland for £4.   Please pay via Paypal by clicking on these links for a single issue purchase or a 5 issue subscription:

btn-buynow  Digital pdf – by email – £3
btn-buynow  1 issue – UK / North of Ireland – £4
btn-buynow  5 issues – UK / North of Ireland – £18


When ordering a single issue, please let us know which issue you want.  If ordering a subscription advise us which issue you wish to start with by entering details on the Paypal box eg ‘Start with Issue 1’ or ‘Start from Issue 4’.

Contact us at if you are interested in requesting the fanzine be sent to the Irish Republic, Europe or the Rest of the World and we can advise you of postage costs.

On matchdays at Celtic Park you can buy a copy from the programmes stall on Janefield Street behind the Lisbon Lions Stand (next to the site of the old Barr’s factory).  You can also pick up a copy from fanzine sellers on the streets of the major approaches to Celtic Park.  The fanzine is also on sale at Calton Books in London Road, Glasgow next to the Barras.

Back copies of Issues 1-3 are also available:


Sham 3 coverCovers of Issue 1and 2 together small


Thank you for your support of The Shamrock both online and in print.



37 thoughts on “Buy The Shamrock!”

  1. Brilliant article, I really enjoyed reading it!
    I’m already looking forward to part 2 so I ordered a 5 issue subscription.

    Hail hail from a Dutch Celtic fan

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