Malmo fans are planning to march to Celtic Park for tomorrow night’s Champions League play-off.
The Swedish side expect around 1,000 fans to make the journey across the North Sea with the majority of them on the march from the Merchant City.
According to the club website: “As usual there will be held a march between the fans in the pub and the arena – a walk which is expected to take approximately 30 minutes. On Monday, police had no march to present but we will return to the road and the time when it is established.”
ONeill’s in the merchant city looks to be in for a busy day with thirsty Swede’s encouraged to meet there to enjoy prices less than half the rate they are used to in Malmo.
The club site added: “Our supporters will upload the pub O’Neill located at the corner of Albion Street and Bell Street. The pub belonging to the building Merchant Square, which has a large indoor square in the middle of the building is like a market place.
“The staff at O’Neill looked forward to Wednesday and greeted they were used to having big supporter party of visit.”
Celtic Park looks like being sold out with over 54,000 tickets sold by late afternoon on Tuesday.
For the sixteenth season running the largest crowd of the season will be housed in the east end of the city with the area around the ground certain to be busy throughout the whole day.
Despite the match being broadcast live on television the remaining tickets are expected to sell quickly tomorrow as Celtic fans get behind their club as they battle for a return to the greatest competition in the game.