Celtic announce yet another impressive Paradise sell-out; PPV option now available

By John McGinley

November 19, 2021

The Scottish Premiership clash between Celtic and Aberdeen has sold-out, the club announced earlier today.

The arrival of Ange Postecoglou and the return of football crowds following the pandemic has supercharged season ticket sales this season as fans flock to the stadium.

An attractive style of football, new hope of success and outstanding players such as Kyogo Furuhashi have really captured the imagination of supporters.

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The match against Aberdeen comes shortly after a trip to Germany against Bayer Leverkusen in the UEFA Europa League. It’s a big week for the Bhoys.

The sell-out has also ensured that the club will offer a pay-per-view service for supporters when Stephen Glass’ side visit Glasgow.

A stream will cost £12.99 and can be purchased via this link. Celtic have been experimenting with this kind of service on a few occasions already this term and it seems it’s here to stay for matches with high demand.

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That’s a good thing for supporters who either can’t make it to the match or simply couldn’t get a ticket due to the sell-out.

Season ticket holders are unaffected and the match will also be broadcast on the Pass To Paradise service.

Celtic TV will also broadcast the fixture for worldwide subscribers outside of the UK & Ireland.

The fixture is the first Scottish Premiership match Celtic will have played for a number of weeks following the international break.

With three points an absolute must, hopefully Celtic Park can roar the Bhoys onto victory.

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