HEARTS have confirmed they will have 50/50 split with Celtic for the showpiece Scottish Cup Final in May putting an end to speculation Celtic could be handed extra briefs.
The Jambos made this statement on Thursday afternoon:
“With both clubs equally sharing the available ticket allocation from the SFA, 20,220 tickets will be available to Hearts supporters.”
This means there will be 20,220 tickets available for each set of fans.
Demand for these tickets will undoubtedly outstrip supply on an occasion where Celtic could clinch a treble treble, and Hearts have the opportunity to end Celtic’s three-season trophy dominance.
Hearts have announced their tickets will go on sale next week with Celtic still to confirm what’s going to happen with their allocation. Celtic enjoyed a bumper crowd for the semi-final, and there’s going to be a lot of disappointed people who have attended previous rounds who are unlikely to get ticket for the game.
You weren’t even guaranteed a ticket for the semi-final if you had attended previous rounds and are on the home cup ticket scheme.
Prices have been frozen for the third year running and will cost between £35 and £30 for adults and £20 and £10 for concessions.