Celtic have released the criteria needed for supporters to buy tickets for our trip to Hamilton next month.
Neil Lennon’s men make the short journey to New Douglas Park for a lunchtime kick-off on Sunday 2nd February.
The Hoops will, once again, be backed by a sell-out away support in the cramped Lanarkshire stadium.
And despite there likely being swathes of seats lying empty in the away end, Celtic fans will once again have to scrap it out to be able to see the match in the flesh.
Earlier today, the club announced details on their official website. Tickets for the game will be priced at £25 for adults and £15 for over 65s and under 18s.
Celtic fans will have to scrap it out for a Hamilton ticket
But that’s the least of the Celtic support’s worries. To even be in with a chance of getting a brief for the match they will have had to have been at four or more domestic away matches this season.
That figure doesn’t even include any of our Hampden games meaning that many supporters once again risk missing out on seeing the team in action.
Of course, there’s very little the club can do about this. Hamilton’s stadium only holds around 6,000 (footballgroundguide.com) and they’re already giving us a healthy enough percentage of their ground.
It’s just one of those things unfortunately. Supply is not meeting demand at a lot of Scottish away grounds at present and there’s very little we can do about it.
It will be the same at Rugby Park and Fir Park in the coming weeks. The Celtic support will just have to suck it up and get on with.