Agreement reached on Glasgow Derby ticket allocation – away fans to return

Celtic will receive an away allocation for the Glasgow Derby at Ibrox at the end of the year/early 2025 and also for the post split Scottish Premiership match next season. That’s after an agreement has been brokered by the SPFL.

UEFA guidelines

Both clubs have agreed to adopt the UEFA guidelines on away fans by allocating 5% of the tickets to the away club. This will now apply in the four Glasgow Derbies in the Scottish Premiership next season and presumably thereafter.

But there will be no away supporters at Ibrox next Sunday and again none of their fans will be getting tickets for Celtic Park for the post split fixture.

2500 tickets for Ibrox 

So for season 2024/25 Celtic will receive an away allocation of 2500 tickets for the two visits to Ibrox while they will get 3000 tickets to Celtic Park.

This seems like a sensible solution to the ticketing fiasco that kicked off after theRangers fans demanded a reduction on Celtic tickets due the wild celebrations after repeated wins on their patch after theRangers entered the Scottish Premiership for the first time in season 2016/17.

Beautiful Sunday

Beautiful Sunday in 2018 was the straw that broke the camel’s back after ten man Celtic grabbed a sensational winner through Odsonne Edouard.

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