Celtic are on the road in the league for the next few weeks. Trips to Livingston and Motherwell are in store for the Bhoys in each of the next two Saturdays but after that and a Champions League game versus Lazio, Brendan Rodgers’ men finally return home for a league clash.

That comes on Saturday the 7th of October against Kilmarnock. On Thursday at 2 p.m., Celtic announced that tickets for the match had gone on general sale. Then this morning, it was confirmed they had been sold out.

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Soccer Football – Champions League – Group E – Feyenoord v Celtic – Feyenoord Stadium, Rotterdam, Netherlands – September 19, 2023 Celtic’s Kyogo Furuhashi in action with Feyenoord’s Mats Wieffer REUTERS/Piroschka Van De Wouw

For the team and club alike, it is hugely positive that tickets for what are usually routine, Saturday three o’clock home games are selling out so rapidly. It is clear evidence that fans are eager to see Rodgers’ bhoys live and in person.

The demand for Celtic tickets at the minute is evidently large. Such news is a testament to the team’s successes in recent years, and long may it continue.


  1. Just shows those radio and paper phone ins are arm chair fans or just meddlers full houses at home and away if allowed shows the are with Rodgers football he will bring best out of players who trust him he has proved it i dont think its Celtic supporters that dislike Rodgers football its scottish media that loved to tryp and make out there is crumblings inside the Celtic family by the sale of tickets it looks a happy family

  2. Regards the bigger stadium, seems the cost of redeveloping the south stand is a bit of a roadblock. If so and I’ve mentioned on other platforms, for me, level the stadium roof level off, get rid of the restricted view and install a roof similar to that at the Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand which is a membrane construction which prevents the elements getting in but allows the sun/ultra violet rays through/grass grows as normal. Thereafter, reconstruct the south stand from within.


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