A Celtic fan group banner was unveiled prior to Saturday’s match against Ross County protesting against the cost of ticket prices in Scottish football.

Similar Celtic supporter protests have occurred at away grounds in recent weeks and months. However, the point has now been made at Celtic Park.

It demonstrates that the campaign is not about partisan support but brought about as a desire to see fans from all clubs benefit from fairer ticket pricing.


With the campaign dubbed “Twenty’s Plenty”, the fans involved appear to want ticket prices for Scottish Premiership matches capped at £20, well below the cost of tickets up and down the country already.

It’s not going to be easy to change the mind of decision makers. Tickets are one of the primary income resources for most of the Scottish Premiership teams due to a real lack of serious TV cash.

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If real progress is to be made on the issue then fans of all teams will likely have to get involved in the issue, which in Scotland has been led primarily by Hoops supporters.

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Nonetheless, the latest protest has gone down well not just with Celtic fans, but some fans of other teams in Scotland.

These Scottish football supporters have taken to Twitter this weekend to share their thoughts on it all…

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