Celtic have been given an allocation of 3,155 tickets for the upcoming trip to Tynecastle to face Hearts in the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.

The match kicks off at 12:15pm on Saturday 11th March and is sure to be a cracker, with both teams right up for making it through to a big semi-final at Hampden.

It was already known that Celtic fans would get the vast majority of the Roseburn Stand at the venue due to Scottish Cup rules, in contrast to a reduced league allocation in recent years as a result of Hearts season ticket holders being housed at that end of the ground.

Heart of Midlothian v Celtic - Scottish Cup Final
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Despite the increased number of tickets, criteria for eligibility remains pretty stringent with briefs limited to season ticket-holders who have attended 34 or more away games over seasons 21/22, 19/20 and 18/19.

Fixtures against Aberdeen, Ross County, Rangers, semi-finals and finals are not taken into consideration within the criteria.

Games against Dundee United on 5th December 2021 and Hearts on 26th January 2022 are also not taken into consideration.

Ticket prices range from ÂŁ10 for under-13s up to ÂŁ30 for adults, with various tiers for different age groups and concessions in between.

The briefs will be available for purchase until 2pm on Monday March 6th and are only on sale via the club’s online ticketing portal.

Ange Postecoglou’s team can count on a large and raucous set of away fans showing support even though it’s a lunchtime a kick-off. It will be a feisty atmosphere on all four sides of the ground and could end up a sell-out.

For those who can’t attend, the match will be shown live on Viaplay Sports 1.

In other news, Ange Postecoglou’s pitch-perfect response to Celtic treble question after sinking Rangers.

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