All three of Celtic’s Scottish Cup games this season have come away from home under trying circumstances.
It was Partick Thistle in the deep dark part of winter, followed by 60mph winds at Broadwood against Clyde. On Sunday, Celtic fans watch their side taking on the elements and the pitch to book themselves a semi-final spot.
It’s been an adventure to say the least for the travelling support who know how lucky they are to have tickets for these games as the club looks to make more history.
That’s not lost on the supporters who make trips up and down the country.
Every week we are there. And this is the reason why. Scenes. pic.twitter.com/HCBn6kNnXj
— RaisedOnCeltic (@Raised_OnCeltic) March 1, 2020
However, the away days in the Scottish Cup this season mean there’s been no home games and with the semi-final taking place at Hampden, the club have a decision to make.
Will they decide to stick to the promise of HCTS getting first refusal on tickets, because they have committed to buying tickets should there have been three home games, or should the club put aside tickets for every single fan who made the Thistle, Clyde and St Johnstone game.
When it comes to times like these, you’re never going to satisfy everyone.
The ticket office tweeted on Monday morning they have yet to decide on what the procedure will be.
At this time we have no confirmed ticketing information on the Scottish Cup Semi-final. Once any information is available it will be made available on https://t.co/urQHHlVxqA.
— Celtic FC Tickets (@CelticFCTickets) March 2, 2020