Celtic today announced an extra sale for semi-final tickets after the club was handed more tickets for the game against Hibernian next month.
The club had to ballot Home Cup Ticket Scheme members in the first instance and then gave ticket holders a second chance ballot to get their briefs. This has not been opened up to ALL season ticket holders on a first come, first serve basis.
Hibernian obviously not selling out their allocation for the tie.
🎟️ The Club has received a further allocation of tickets for the #betfredcup Semi-Final.
Tickets are now on sale on a first come first served basis to STH who have not already purchased a ticket. Tickets are subject to availability 👇 https://t.co/cyIpgyg9cU
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) October 22, 2019
The game is scheduled for a random Saturday evening kick-off at Hampden instead of the traditional 3pm kick-off. It will be Hampden under the light for Celtic as they look to get to their seventh consecutive final.
It won’t be easy with Hibs already taking points off the treble treble champions this campaign.
Neil Lennon was knocked out at this stage of the competition as Hibs boss a few years back by Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic. On that day a double from Lustig and Dembele made it 4-2 to the bhoys.