Celtic fans will be required to show proof of vaccination to enter home games from next month after a bill was passed by the Scottish Government.

As reported by Sun Sport, Hoops fans will need to prove that they are double jabbed from October 1st after it was confirmed that crowds with over 10,000+ people would need to show they have received two doses of the vaccine.

The controversial plans that were passed today leave many unanswered questions at this stage over the direction that this is heading.

Does this mean fans that have paid for their seats already and an unvaccinated will receive a refund? Will unvaccinated players be unable to play for their sides?

These are questions that need to be answered for further clarification over how this will look going forward.

Many fans aren’t looking forward to the carnage it might cause outside the ground, showing your ticket and proof of vaccination, in a process that already leads to massive queues outside the ground.

It also brings in the question of whether this bill is fair due to some taking the choice of not receiving the vaccine.

The club has a lot of hard work on its hands in the next month or so to get a system in place that can cope with these changes and have the answers to these questions.


  1. Ridiculous.

    So you need a pass that confirms you have taken a trial ‘vaccine’ that does not prevent infection or stop transmission.

    More fools the utter clowns who fell for this ruse to begin with to land us all in the s hite.

    Any ‘pandemic’ that needs a 24/7 advertising campaign to remind people of it …. well. There is your answer there.


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