Celtic updates on entry at Livingston and tickets for the Rangers game

CELTIC have this morning updated supporters who are attending the match against Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Arena tomorrow evening and also released the criteria for supporter eligibility for the next away match after Wednesday’s trip to West Lothian, the game at Ibrox a week on Sunday, 15 March.

First up is John Paul Taylor the Celtic SLO who has provided this update for the thousands of Celtic fans heading through to Livingston tomorrow evening for the 7-45pm kick-off.

“Info for Livingston: Gates open 18:30, fans are asked to please only use the turnstiles indicated on your ticket, there will be special queuing arrangements for the North Stand, car parking is available in the multi storey car park at the retail park, coaches park at the stadium.”

And moving onto the game against the Rangers, where Celtic will be looking for a repeat of the performance and result from our last visit there last September when goals from Odsonne Edouard and Jonny Hayes gave Celtic three points and the fans another Beautiful Sunday.

Ever since the Rangers got fed up with us over-celebrating in the Free Broomloan, like on that afternoon when we pumped them 5-1 in their own midden, it’s been a new situation with around 750-800 tickets going out to the Celtic support. I’m blaming big Lustig…

The club have tried to distribute these to supporters who attend most if not all games and even made sure that if you got a ticket on one occasion you were expected to sit out the next trip to Ibrox to give as many regulars as possible a chance to go and support the team.

The Celtic Ticket Office this morning released details on the official Celtic website on how the tickets will be distributed for the game against the Rangers at Ibrox. Here’s the way it will all be worked out..

Ladbrokes Premiership Sunday, March 15 2020 Kick-off 12:00

Ticket Allocation and Prices
The Club has received a small allocation for this match. Tickets are priced at £52.
Tickets can be purchased online, by calling booking line on 0871 226 1888* or by visiting the Celtic Ticket Office.

Tickets for this match have been balloted amongst those STH who meet the following criteria:-

A ballot of those who have attended 12 domestic away matches in Season 19/20 and attended 19 away matches in Season 18/19

We do not have enough tickets to offer all STH who meet this criteria a ticket for this match – a ballot was undertaken for those who meet this criteria.

Not included in criteria are Bet Fred Semi Final/Finals, Scottish Cup Semi Final or matches v. Hibs (15th December 2018) and Rangers (29th December 2018 and 12th May 2019, 2nd September 2019 ) Aberdeen ( 27th October 2019 and 16th February 2020) and Ross County on 1st December 2019 or St Johnstone on 1st March 2020.


The deadline for eligible Season Ticket holders to purchase tickets for this match is 2pm on Friday 6th March.

Here’s what happened on our last trips to Livingston in October and Ibrox in September 2019…

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