Celtic season ticket holders will automatically qualify for a free virtual ticket to stream home matches on their book.
BREAKING: The SPFL and Sky Sports have agreed clubs will be able to sell ‘virtual season tickets’ to let supporters of each club watch games from home while fans are not allowed in stadiums. pic.twitter.com/zLReAXaH28
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John Paul Taylor was quick to react to the news and while it was expected it is good to get confirmation directly from the club.
Sky Sports has exclusive rights to 48 SPFL Premiership matches which is likely to include all 19 Celtic away matches, two home Glasgow derbies and probably two other home fixtures.
The in-house nature of Celtic TV has caused regular technical issues over the years but with a much larger take up the club should be able to invest in better quality production.