COVID RESTRICTIONS in Norway have eased and there are no limits on outdoor sports. Celtic are set to travel to the country and play on the 24th of February, one week after the home tie.
JUST IN: No capacity limits on indoor or outdoor events in Norway! The ball is now in Bodø/Glimt's court, announcement regarding tickets expected this week. Celtic friends please retweet this! 🍀
— Brattbakk Bhoys (@BrattbakkB) February 1, 2022
Bodo/Glimt are yet to announce their plans for away fans but with a small stadium with a capacity of 7,354, it is doubtful travelling fans would receive many tickets.
The conference league is UEFA’s newest football competition. Celtic have managed to play in all three competitions this season, starting off in the Champions League qualifiers before dropping to the Europa League qualifiers then to the group stage and now to the Qualifying round of the Conference League.
The Norwegian champion’s season came to an end for the winter months. They have lost some key players and have the possibility to lose more as the window shuts on April 1st.
It will be a great match-up, two good teams coming head to head. Celtic may be the favourites but Bodo/Glimt will be no walkover.