Celtic take on Bodo/Glimt on Thursday evening, the game will be the club’s debut in the new Uefa competition and Ange Postecoglou will be looking to make a statement.

As we approach the game, there are still tickets available and we would implore any Celtic fan on the fence about going to the game to get along if they can.

The Uefa Conference League offers Celtic a great chance of progression in a European knockout competition and given we’re in a much stronger place than we were during the Europa League qualifiers – it could get exciting.

Part of the excitement is getting the fans to buy into the competition and create a special atmosphere.

The ticket chart is up to date as of Monday night at 11pm. The blue highlighted stands have sporadic seats free and even if there’s one seat free in a section, it will highlight up as blue. There’s going to be a decent crowd but let’s make it special.

If you want to know about our European opponents, we dropped a dossier on Bodo earlier on Monday to make it clear this is a team that shouldn’t be taken lightly.

Let’s make some noise for the bhoys!


  1. Yea Celtic park welcomes the ‘Intertoto cup’ back. Who are they kidding. Most fans (Green blooded or not) will just watch this player injuring pap on Hesgoals (there are other interweb streemin links available) Are the fans interested in it, no matter how much it has been discussed?

    Drop the ticket price (A lot) free seats for pre-teens and get the gig rockin. Ohh and wrap up if you do go the the Booboo and Yogi the bear training game.


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