CELTIC have drawn Bosnian side FK Sarajevo in the Champions League first round qualifier which will see Neil Lennon take charge of his first Euro game since returning.
The bhoys will have to negotiate through FOUR qualifiers if they are to reach the group stages of the Champions League.
While Celtic were drawn out of the pot first and should have the home tie on the 9th/10th July with the away leg seven days later, the club have warned fans NOT to book any trips to Bosnia until the details are ironed out.
⚠️ We would advise supporters NOT to make travel arrangements to Sarajevo until confirmation of the fixtures, dates and locations have been made. ⚠️https://t.co/YBAktIR2nQ
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) June 18, 2019
The club has switched ties in recent years during qualifiers and something like that could happen again leaving a massive headache for anyone who prematurely booked their travel.
The warning is clear; don’t make plans until after the club have been given official word from UEFA.
The home leg will be free for Celtic season ticket holders.