CELTIC have been given a reduced allocation for the Motherwell game on Saturday and have sold out all tickets available to them.

The ticket allocation was given out to the club BEFORE the red zone was scrapped by the SPFL. It means more fans can get inside stadiums without the need for space in the stands for players and subs.

However, this announcement didn’t give way to Celtic fans getting more briefs for the game at Fir Park.

Celtic fans rightly asked the question on social media to Celtic supporter liaison officer John Paul Taylor. The Celtic staffer explained the reasoning behind the decision.


Celtic picked up their first away win since February against Aberdeen just before the international break. The Hoops will now be looking for 2/2 on the road, it can make all the difference having the Celtic support behind the team in these smaller stadiums.

Things are slowly getting back to normal but we’re not quite there yet. Fans who are in attendance will be doing their best to cheer the bhoys on.


  1. Cheer the bhoys on and it might act as an inspiration to the players.

    If the usual childish elements of our away support choose to support the IRA, instead of the team, then it wont.


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