Celtic has announced the complete sell-out of season tickets for the 2023/24 season, coinciding with the team’s return to pre-season training. This development is hardly a surprise to the dedicated Hoops fans, who are eagerly anticipating the champions’ return to the field for the upcoming season.

The 2023/24 season will see Celtic Park operating at full capacity, a testament to the unwavering support the Hoops have received from their fans. This support is not only a morale booster but also a significant financial advantage for the club.

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Brendan Rodgers, the team’s manager, is expected to receive substantial support going into the new season, and the sold-out season tickets will undoubtedly contribute to this. The demand for season tickets was so high that there are likely still thousands of fans on the waiting list, underscoring the immense size of Celtic’s fanbase.

Season tickets of course guarantee supporters the opportunity to purchase European tickets. With the Champions League draw set to take place in August, it’s an exciting time for supporters.


  1. media have been ultra negative manager leaving instead of no1 manager target signs for celtic players trying to make out players leaving cause manager left for bigger league not club jota leaves nit cause manager left but for same reasin as manager life changing money not cause of celtic fc two players brought in not much on that jota not away yet till celtic fc get what they want ££££ wise it could be a record transfer fee that celtic already hold players come to celtic to improve abd play the way fans want sellout again and the top will sellout no mattervwhat scottish anti celtic media says hail hail

  2. Great time to start thinking about expanding celtic park so thousands of people like me can get a ticket its just impossible to get a ticket even to see Celtic play against teams at the bottom of the SPL


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