Celtic Park has housed more fans than any other ground in Europe this season.
There was another capacity crowd inside the hoops stadium last night- the seventh European match that Celtic have hosted since the season kicked off.
On average 53,051 fans have attended each match as Brendan Rodgers’ side went into battle in the Champions League then switched to the Europa League.
Manchester Utd: 219,765
Real Madrid: 181,252
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Celtic Park is long established as one of the most iconic stadiums in Europe with RB Leipzig taking their biggest ever European away support to Glasgow last month.
With the addition of the disco lights the pre-match build up ensures that most supporters are in their seats long before the kick off to soak up the atmosphere.
Despite last nights defeat nine points was enough to see Celtic progress into the last 32 of the Europa League as runners-up to RB Salzburg.
The draw for the last 32 of the competition will be made on Monday with another full house assured pushing the aggregate of attendances well through the 400,000 mark.
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