In an incredible show of support, Celtic fans have achieved a sold-out Hampden Park for the Scottish Cup Final against Inverness on June 3rd.

With just under 40,000 tickets sold in three rounds of sales, the club ensured a fair process for fans.

As usual, those on the Home Cup Ticket Scheme were given the top priority, with there an open sale to all members on the list.

Season ticket holders who attended both the St Mirren and Morton matches were given priority, followed by fans who attended either match.

The prospect of clinching a treble under Ange Postecoglou has fueled excitement among the fans, who eagerly anticipate a memorable final.

The last batch of tickets went on sale on Friday lunchtime, with limited tickets remaining in the West Stand. The sell-out crowd was announced shortly after the controversial 5.30 kick-off.

There’s been no talk of Inverness handing back any of their tickets yet, with it unclear if they will in the coming days.


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