Celtic have announced on Friday evening the next home game against Aberdeen at Celtic Park is a sell out! What’s more, if you can’t make the game or have been slow to grab a ticket, you will be able to stream the game live on PPV.

Celtic have been sporadic when it comes to putting out a feed for others to watch the game. The SPFL have struck a deal with Sky Sports where clubs can offer up games on their own streaming platforms if they’re not covered by the broadcaster.

Aberdeen fans will be able to watch their team on the stream if they wish but will have to put up with Celtic TV commentary. If we have to, they have to!

The subplot of the game will be Scott Brown’s first official return to Celtic Park after leaving the club. The midfielder was on the losing end against his old club when the bhoys visited Pittodrie earlier this season.

Aberdeen are looking much more positive than before and will be out to spoil Celtic’s good form. Luckily, we’ll have a full crowd behind us!


  1. I think the club are trying to offer their fans a service . Celtic Park is sold out ,there are probably more fans who want to see match & Celtic are giving them an opportunity. Help Mordor Police is another example of so called fan trying to fault everything Board does

    • Not everyone has the geographical, physical or financial ability to go to the game Damian. I used to be able to as a ST holder years ago before moving for work. If still baffles me why Celtic tv cannot be sold in the UK for every home game that isn’t on another broadcasting network like sky or BT sports. What is the reason? People who cannot make it to the stadium would still pay good money to watch the hoops on stream so why not? Maybe I’ve missed a note but I’ve never seen it explained.


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