It’s being reported tonight Hibernian are trying to get more tickets from the SPFL for their cup final tie after selling out their allocation.

Hibs fans DIDN’T turn out in their numbers for the semi-final, they took a measly amount of fans to the last away game they had against St Johnstone and couldn’t sell out their stadium for the visit of The Rangers on Wednesday night.

Despite all of that, they think they are owed more tickets for the cup final.

Hibs want to hand tickets to ‘fans’ who don’t usually attend the football at the expense of Celtic fans who attend every game they possibly they can.

The outrage from the Easter Road club could be taken more seriously if their fans turned up all season.

Celtic fans backed the club in the semi-final – selling around 40k for Hampden, not everyone who attended the semi will get a final ticket. On the other hand, Hibs got enough briefs to make sure every semi-final spectator gets a final ticket plus more.


  1. Every game my team plays matter. That’s why my team have 50,000 season book holders and other teams have 11,000. Don’t you be selfish. If you get enough tickets to satisfy you season book holders plus, you got more than enough. Support your team every week

  2. It shouldn’t matter who plays in a final or even a semi final if at a nuetral venue! Tickets should be evenly split.
    Why do we have to act like the newest club in the country when it comes to ticket allocation?


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