Celtic will have the backing of the majority of supporters at next month’s League Cup Final against Hibs at Hampden.
The South Stand will be split in half between both sets of fans, each club will have an end behind the goal with Celtic supporters getting the whole of the North Stand.
While the SFA always attempt to have a 50-50 ticket split the SPFL allocated based on take up for the semi-finals.
Celtic took over 40,000 to Saturday’s semi-final against St Johnstone with their allocation sold out a fortnight before the match.
Yesterday Hibs sold out their half of the South Stand but were unable to fill the East Stand with a no-mans land established three quarters of the way round that stand.
Ticket allocation for cup finals is traditionally a headache with the 40,000 Celtic fans at the semi-final expecting to be first in the queue for the final.
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Hibernian say they are “incredibly frustrated” that their request for an even ticket split with Celtic for the Scottish League Cup final was ignored.
They’ll have 17,500 fans at the 51,000 capacity Hampden Park.
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