Copenhagen have officially published some important information for Celtic’s traveling supporters ahead of tomorrow’s Europa League clash in Denmark.
The game at the Telia Parken has been announced as a sell-out, with 36,000 being sold. Copenhagen published a waiting list for home fans in case further tickets came up for grabs, but the atmosphere in Denmark this week looks like it will be boisterous.
And looking ahead to the game, Copenhagen have provided the following information for Celtic fans who are heading over to the match tomorrow:
- There will be no ticket sales on matchday. All away tickets have been sold via Celtic, and therefore ticket stands around the stadium won’t have any away tickets for sale.
- All other sections are reserved for Copenhagen supporters. If away fans try to enter the home end of the stadium then they may be denied access or removed from the stadium without a refund.
- Celtic fans will be placed in the D stand of the Telia Parken. Our supporters will have the full stand for this section with a capacity of 3,500 seats.
- Celtic fans should access the Telia Parken stadium from the east side of the stadium. This is the same side of the stadium that Østerbrogade and Gunnar Nu Hansens Plads are located.
- For supporters traveling to the game by bus, S-train or Metro, Copenhagen have recommended rejseplanen.dk to find the easiest route.
- A customer service team are available to both call and email. A supporter guide from Copenhagen police has also been provided on the official Copenhagen FC website.
Not a high-risk fixture
Copenhagen have announced that the match isn’t considered to be deemed high-risk from a security perspective. They have also stated that there will be some Celtic fans in the A stand. However, Hoops supporters in that section of the ground have either a partner or VIP ticket.
Celtic will be hoping for a smooth trip to Denmark with last-16 qualification on the line. A positive result tomorrow night would be a huge boost to our chances.
However, with such a vocal home support, it’s going to be a real test of character in Denmark. It remains to be seen how we do on the pitch, but we all know for sure our supporters will do the business off of it.
Hopefully, the above information proves useful to any supporters traveling to the game.