Celtic have today confirmed that Celtic season ticket holders will get full access to the one off Champions League qualifiers as part of their virtual season ticket but only if they’re drawn as the home team in the toe.
Instead of two legs, Celtic will be playing one off ties and if they can negotiate three of them, they will make it through to a two legged play-off to enter into the Champions League.
— #TeesForTims (@teesfortims) July 10, 2020
Celtic have to jump through hoops to get a sniff at the top European competition and have slipped up in the past two seasons.
All the action will be covered by the season ticket or a TV broadcaster but no word on if Celtic fans who don’t have a ticket watch the match. Premier Sports have usually taken up the option on early qualifiers.
🎟️ We are delighted to confirm that should access to Celtic Park still be restricted, any UEFA home qualifiers (in the first 3 rounds) will be included in your season ticket, via your online Pass to Paradise!
More info ⬇️https://t.co/3nAKnDjIdK
— Celtic Football Club (from 🏡) (@CelticFC) July 10, 2020
UEFA have already come out and stated all the one-off qualifiers will be behind closed door regardless to level the playing field. If there’s only one leg, the home side won’t have a home crowd to cheer them on.