The Green Brigade will attend tonight’s SPFL match against Hamilton Accies- and will be at Sunday’s League Cup Final at Hampden.
Last week, with less than three days notice Celtic announced that they were closing part of the Rail Seating Section for the Europa League tie against Rennes and gave a variety of reasons for the decision.
There was a bit of a lull in the atmosphere against the French side but that didn’t seem to impact on Neil Lennon’s side who ran out 3-1 winners.
Green Brigade Update
We can confirm that the full standing section will be open for tonight’s game and tickets for those within the section who were successful in the ballot have been guaranteed for Sunday’s Cup Final.
We look forward to getting back to supporting the team. pic.twitter.com/6YwifSDIDY
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) December 4, 2019
The Green Brigade produced a detailed statement in reply to the ban which also revealed that they hadn’t received their usual allocation of tickets for Celtic’s December fixtures.
At the club AGM on Monday the board took a hard line against the Green Brigade telling shareholders that the club had paid out close to 500,000 euros in fines to UEFA.
Discussions are almost certain to have taken place between the Ultras group and the club with agreement being reached with the release of tickets for Hampden.