Celtic’s away allocation for Livingston confirmed

Celtic FC Ticket Office today confirmed the away allocation for Celtic’s next away match, against Livingston at the Tony Macaroni Stadium in West Lothian on Easter Sunday 31 March 2024.

It’s a crucial game for Brendan Rodgers who will be hoping that he gets all his players back from international duty without mishap and has seen significant progress on the injury list with the likes of Callum McGregor and Reo Hatate being in contention for the top versus bottom Scottish Premiership clash.

Celtic will be going into the game with the backing of a full allocation to 7,258 tickets – we might not miss Livingston when they go down for their dreadful plastic pitch but with their almost certain relegation we will lose the last decent away allocation in the Scottish Premiership.

Celtic play after theRangers on Easter Weekend, with the latest Ibrox club hosting Hibs at Ibrox on Saturday 30 March. The two title contenders meet the following week at Ibrox.

Celtic’s last trip to Livingston was back on 23 September 2023 with Celtic running out 3-0 winners with the goals coming from Reo Hatate, Matt O’Riley and Daizen Maeda.


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Ronny Deila and Efrain Juarez.  BELGA PHOTO VIRGINIE LEFOUR (Photo by VIRGINIE LEFOUR/BELGA MAG/AFP via Getty Images)

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3. Head of referees Crawford Allan to quit amid ongoing VAR shambles

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1 Comment

  1. What a joke. Livi throwing away cash they really need.

    Scottish football is a basket case and run by a bunch of bumbling fools.

    20% away allocations should be compulsory.
    Tv deals should show Every game!
    Mergers should be made across the league to ensure a higher quality of players and teams. Scotland can sustain 20-22 teams max over 2 leagues.

    Do we need 5 teams in fife? and a bunch of them between Dundee and Aberdeen? and how many in the greater Glasgow area?

    And Lastly Sevco must play by the same rules as everyone else.