Celtic release ticket details for Livingston away day

By Euan Davidson

September 8, 2021

Celtic have released ticket details for supporters hoping to travel to the match against Livingston.

It’ll be supporters’ first away day since February 2020, with Livi giving Celtic 7,400 tickets for a visiting allocation.

Through the club’s official ticketing account on Twitter, Celtic said [Celtic FC Tickets]:

“Livingston away tickets are now on sale to eligible [season ticket holders] online. Deadline to purchase is 2pm on Monday, 13th September.

“Criteria for Livingston away is [season ticket holders] who have attended two or more [away] games in 19/20, were successful and there was a random ballot between those who have attended 1 game.

“Not included in criteria are Bet Fred Semi Final/Finals, Scottish Cup Semi Final or matches v. Hibs (15th December 2018) and Rangers (29th December 2018 and 12th May 2019, 2nd September 2019) and Aberdeen on 27th October 2019.”

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The Celtic FC Tickets account then shared the prices. For Adults, it’s £25, with Concessions for over 65s, Students and 16-18 year olds at £17. Under 16s can get in for a tenner.

Celtic ticket information will be music to ears of fans who want to make Livingston away day

Certainly, that criteria (as far as we understand it) will be met by a number of the Celtic support. We only have sympathy for those working in the club’s ticket office; they’ll be fielding plenty of enquiries.

Hopefully, though, this sets a precedent.

If more clubs can offer away allocations, then it represents something of a return to normality for supporters who travel to home and away games. The away day experience will have been missed by countless fans, that’s for sure.

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Whether Celtic open up to away fans before the end of the year is yet to be seen. Red zones are still in place across all stadia, but it’s certainly easier to move about in arenas without joined stands.

Regardless, this is good news for many of the Bhoys’ raucous away support. With Livi always a resilient force at home to Celtic, it’ll be an eye-catching clash whether there are 5 fans or 15,000.

In other news: Celtic’s next visitors could be missing a few key players