Celtic release Champions League ticket details for Season Ticket Holders

We don’t know who Celtic will play against in the Champions League yet – we’ll find out on Thursday – but this afternoon we’ve found out how much it is going to cost to attend the three Group stage matches this autumn.

Celtic have just released details to the media and have also posted this information on the club’s official website.

Champions League group stage three-match packages on sale early to Season Ticket Holders…

The Champions of Scotland make their return to European football’s top table in two weeks’ time, with anticipation already building as the Celts prepare for the glamour and excitement of the UEFA Champions League group stage.

Photo Steve Welsh

With Matchday 1 (6/7 September) scheduled to take place earlier than usual this year, and coming hot on the heels of the group stage draw on 25 August, we’re putting our three-match packages for the group stage games at Celtic Park on sale early, exclusively to Season Ticket holders.

We know that many supporters will wish to get their packages early, but we have ensured that the deadline to buy (29 August) is after the group stage draw, when we know exactly who we will be facing in the world’s greatest club competition.

Secure your seat now to get behind Ange and the Bhoys as we prepare to welcome back Champions League nights to Paradise.

THREE-MATCH PACKAGES ON SALE NOW TO SEASON TICKET HOLDERS

Three-match packages are now available online only to those Season Ticket holders who are not affected by UEFA requirements for these matches and are not members of the Home Cup Ticket Scheme, priced:

Adult – £129
Concession – £99
Under 13 – £90

No booking fees will apply to three-match package purchases made online. Season Cards will be activated for those Season Ticket holders who buy a three-match package for their seasonal seat. For more information on ticket pricing please visit our website.

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