Celtic confirm first-come, first served League Cup details

Celtic have confirmed that League Cup Semi-Final tickets will go on sale on a first-come, first-served basis on Thursday.

Following the initial sale to ST holders on the Home Cup Ticket Scheme, the club confirmed that the remaining tickets will be released at 10am on Thursday, December 8.

The club confirmed the criteria for ticketing with regards to the remaining allocation of tickets.

Tickets will be available only to Season Ticket Holders who have not already purchased a ticket for the match, from 10am on Thursday, December 8.

Tickets can be purchased online only – booking fees apply.

Tickets for the match are priced:-

South Stand – £33
North Stand – £33
West Stand – £28/£12 Concession
The winners progress onto the final where they’ll face either Rangers or Aberdeen.

Celtic sealed their place in the draw with an impressive 4-0 win at Fir Park over Motherwell. Liel Abada hit a brace while Japanese duo Reo Hatate and Kyogo scored the other two.

Last season, Ange picked up his first silverware as Celtic manager with a win over Hibernian at Hampden. Goals from Kyogo saw Celtic come from behind at the National Stadium to lift the trophy. It was a reward after a testing month and acted as a catalyst for the team to hit new heights after the New Year.

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