CELTIC have announced that a number of the club stores and the ticket office will re-open as Coronavirus restrictions ease. The deadline for season ticket holders was extended until Tuesday July 7 giving supporters extra time to seal their seat for the club’s attempt to win 10IAR.
The club announced the changes which will come as welcome news as it offers some degree of normality after what have been a challenging few months for society.
Stores will be opening in anticipation for the Celtic kit launch as the first Adidas kits will be released at some point in next month and is eagerly anticipated.
The club released strict social distancing guidelines for supporters wishing to enter the ticket office or the number of stores that are reopening. The club confirmed that as of today, the stores in Dublin, Belfast and Coatbridge will open with superstore opening on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Ticket Office will be re-open today from 10am until 2pm each weekday.
The season ticket extension should allow for those that have not already renewed to do so. Whilst there is no fixed date for the return of spectators at football matches in Scotland, recent developments have boosted the chances that it will be sooner rather than later.