The Celtic support have snapped up over 50,000 season tickets for next season – according to the Scottish Sun.
The major Scottish newspaper reported on Thursday afternoon that the Hoops faithful had snapped up the terrific total, prior to Tuesday’s deadline.
Selling over 50,000 briefs has been the norm at Parkhead since the arrival of Brendan Rodgers in 2016.
However, the fact that this season’s total comes amid so much uncertainty means that the Hoops support deserve enormous praise for what the Sun describe as “an incredible show of support.”
Celtic season ticket holders have no live football guarantees yet
At present, there are no concrete plans for fans to be at any of the upcoming matches at Celtic Park.
There has been talk of Parkhead being used for a “test event” in the not too distant future.
But the days of a full Paradise seem a long way off at present, and may not return for some time yet.
The Celtic fans who have pledged their support for next season have no idea how many games they will get to see.
They have forked out considerable amounts of money with the only guarantees being that they will get to see the game via an online stream.
The numbers just go to highlight how big next season’s league campaign is, as we aim to become the first Scottish side to win ten titles on the spin.
The Celtic support are chomping at the bit to get back into Parkhead. Hopefully their day is not too far away.