Introducing the Celtic FC: Goalkeepers

Getting to know your Celtic FC Goalkeepers:

Here’s a look at the goalkeepers on the Celtic FC roster, circa Fall 2016.

Craig Gordon Celtic FC Goalkeeper Craig Gordon #1

Born December 31, 1982.

Joined Celtic on July 3, 2014.

One of Scotland’s top goalkeepers, Gordon won the Scottish Football Writers’ Player of the Year Award during his first season at Celtic.

He spent seven years at Hearts before moving to Sunderland of the English Premier League in 2007, and on to Paradise in 2014.

He is signed through 2018.


Dorus DeVries Celtic FC Goalkeeper Dorus DeVries #24

Born December 29, 1980

The Dutch stopper joined Celtic on August 13, 2016 during Brendan Rodgers’ first summer as boss, penning a two-year deal with the Scottish champs.

De Vries, formerly of Nottingham Forest, previously played in Scotland with Dunfermline before moving to Swansea City where he worked under the current the Celtic boss when he took over the Welsh side as manager in 2010.

After four years with the Swans, de Vries joined Wolves and spent two years there before joining Forest where was voted Player of the Year by the fans last season.

Logan Bailly Celtic FC Goalkeeper Logan Bailly #26

Born December 25, 1985

Joined Celtic on July 8, 2015.

The Belgian goalkeeper arrived at Paradise following stints with Genk, Borussia Monchengladbach and OH Leuven.

Bailly would mark his first two starts for the club by saving a penalty against La Liga side SD Eibar, and in his first competitive start, against Dundee United at Tannadice where Celtic earned a 3-1 win.

Leo Fasan Celtic FC Goalkeeper Leo Fasan #38

Born January 4, 1994

Joined Celtic on February 14, 2014

The Italian has been a regular feature for the Celtic development side for the last few seasons, helping the young Hoops secure their fifth domestic league title in the 2013/14 season. Fasan’s development continued at pace prompting his inclusion into the first-team for the semi-final of the Scottish League Communities Cup in January 2013.

At the end of August 2014, Fasan signed his first professional contract at Celtic, a three-year deal.