It has been confirmed that Celtic’s allocation for the visit to Dingwall has been cut by Ross County [@CelticFCTickets].
The league leaders have received an allocation of 1,122 for the match at the beginning of April which is down 277 tickets from the last visit in the league back in August.
County trialed giving Hoops fans more tickets when the sides met in the Viaplay Cup earlier this season but it looks as though that was only done as home fans had to purchase their tickets for the cup match while many already have season tickets along the east stand for premiership games.
Celtic SLO JP Taylor confirmed that the reason behind a further allocation cut was because the Staggies decided to sell additional hospitality packages.
Although 277 tickets doesn’t seem many, it will have a knock on effect to some as a random ballot took place for those who were eligible for the match.
It is becoming increasingly common for clubs to do this which is becoming increasingly frustrating as it it likely that the rest of the stadium won’t be full.
As always, it will prove to be a tough test for Celtic but shall be the first game back after the international break as the final chapter of the season begins.