The dates of Celtic’s Champions League qualifier against Midtjylland have been announced.
The two sides will lock horns on July 20th at Celtic Park and will play the second leg eight days later on the July 28th.
The home game at Celtic Park will be covered by the Celtic season pass and some fans could even be in the stadium that evening, permission permitting from the Scottish Government.
It’s going to be Ange Postecoglou’s first competitive match for the club in what’s sure to be a highly competitive tie.
The away leg has not been announced for TV over in the UK yet, but over the past few years, it’s been Premier Sports who have picked up these games.
We reached out to Premier Sports who couldn’t confirm if they have the tie yet but they did claim they would be showing ‘qualifiers for Europe’.
Danish TV have announced they will be showing their home tie but have still to sort out the Celtic Park leg for their audience.
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— FC Midtjylland (@fcmidtjylland) June 16, 2021