The Green Brigade have announced their meeting point for Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League opener against Feyenoord. The Scottish Champions are in Rotterdam for the opening game of the Group Stages and a sizeable Celtic support will be there as they look to get a positive result.
The group have updated fellow supporters to say that they will meet at Rotterdam Old Harbour and then leave for the ground at 1815 (CET). There will be 2400 supporters in the Celtic end but there will likely be more fans dotted around the home end.
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) September 18, 2023
Celtic posted information for fans that were attending on the club website but suggested that they didn’t anticipate a march to the stadium.
“Please take the time to make sure that you are familiar with all the important information for the match, including getting to and entering the stadium, items permitted within the stadium and other stadium restrictions, search arrangements, in-stadium information and post-match arrangements for Celtic supporters.
“Celtic encourages our supporters to bring banners and flags, and to sing songs, which support the team positively. The possession and use of fireworks, smoke bombs, firecrackers and all pyrotechnics are absolutely prohibited. Again, we stress the dangers surrounding fireworks and pyrotechnics, which are considered a serious safety issue.
The club and its supporters are rightly proud of our reputation and we encourage all supporters to help foster this reputation at this fixture.”
Elsewhere, the group also made their views felt on the controversial Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Bill that has made it through The Houses of Parliament. The Ultras situated in the corner of the North Stand and Lisbon Lions Stand hoisted a banner calling for Justice for the victims ahead of the Dundee game on Saturday.