CELTIC fans will be able to see the bhoys take on Alashkert on Tuesday after it was confirmed TV broadcaster’s Premier Sports has picked up this game as well as Celtic’s next away game should they progress in the Champions League qualifiers.
The broadcaster had a similar deal last year with the club and gave the fans the opportunity to see their side in European action.
This means, however, that if you want to see the games live then you will have to fork out the fee for an entire month of the channel via your Virgin, Sky etc. This works out at around £10 for the month, and should Celtic get passed Alaskert then the next tie will fall under the same month’s subscription.
Celtic face four qualifiers for the Champions League this time around and will have to call upon their whole squad early on if they’re to make the group stage of the competition this year.
As far as we are aware, there are no deals to air the home games live and the only way to catch them would be getting a ticket or being Celtic TV subscriber outside the UK and Ireland.