parkhead is the place in Glasgow where Celtic play
Glasgow Rangers and Celtic F.C.
I understand he played one Glasgow Cup tie against Queens Park.
Jorge cadette. He played for Portugal but was born in Africa.
The "Old Firm" derby is played between Glasgow Rangers and Celtic.
If they qualify for any of the European competitions by winning a trophy that entitles them to do so, then yes they can.
They play in Glasgow, Scotland at Ibrox Stadium.
For political reasons and fallouts with the Asian countries, Israel is member of the UEFA rather than AFC and hence participates in European Competitions.
4 is the answer, 5 if you still include Clyde. Celtic, Rangers, Partick thistle & Queens Park. Clyde are a glasgow team but now play from the town of Cumbernauld. These are the league teams, but there are many more in other divisions.
I can only assume that you mean blue and green with regards to certain football (soccer) teams. Glasgow Rangers play in blue shirts while Glasgow Celtic play in green and white hoops. This doesn't actually mean much outside of Glasgow. Even in Glasgow among supporters of Partick Thistle and Queen's Park (Glasgow's other football clubs) blue and green mean not a lot. They are only colours after all. But it's the conotations.
Paul Stewart Did Stewart play in the Glasgow Derby? No. He never played for either of the old firm clubs