Last night, Tory Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon both declared a state of lockdown after citizens failed to adhere to his social distancing plea last week. Non-essential shops have been forced to shut and this has an impact on the various Celtic services.
The Celtic Ticket Office as well as club shops have been forced to close as a result of new advice from the Government. The club have confirmed that the online store will still be available for fans wishing to purchase club items.
However, Celtic supporters that have had worries that their season ticket queries will go unnoticed will be able to renew via a number of means, as the club stated on their website.
“On a daily basis, we are experiencing a number of supporters wishing to renew in person. Any supporters wishing to access the My Celtic Network account or any fans wishing to renew Season Tickets at this time, can do so at eticketing.co.uk/celtic. Please note, season ticket forms can also still be returned in pre-paid envelopes enclosed in renewal.”
In what is a trying and difficult time, Celtic fans will be missing the football like everyone else but in order to get through this and celebrate our 9th title in a row, we need to adhere to the advice to stay in our homes and stay safe.
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) March 23, 2020
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