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This place will be rocking- sold out sign goes up for Celtic’s Champions League tie

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Celtic will play in front of a full house of 47,000 when they take on RB Leipzig on October 5.

The hoops have been given an allocation of 2,300 tickets but there could be twice that number of fans in the Red Bull Arena cheering on Ange Postecoglou’s side.

With known groups of Celtic fans in Dortmund and St Pauli (Hamburg) it is likely that some of the tickets that were on public sale will have been bought up by hoops supporters.

The double header against the German side will be pivotal to Celtic’s hopes of making progress on their return to the Champions League.

After two sets of fixtures it looks like Real Madrid will top the group, a situation that they can virtually confirm if they win both matches against Shakhtar Donetsk.

Celtic’s point away to Shakhtar should give them an edge over the Ukrainian side in the head-to-head matches, if they can get the better of RB Leipzig they will be in a strong position to advance towards the knock-out stage.

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6 comments

  • Jack says:

    Ticket allocation is more than we get for away games in spl with some stadiums sacrificing atmosphere spl or sfa has to get our stadiums full these clubs are getting subsided for leaving thousands of seats empty what image is that for our future sponsors no one should be locked out of football when parks are empty what do you think can be done

  • Jack says:

    Bad business at Sunday game st mirren v celtic atmosphere was that bad you were here individuals in crowd our benches language us so vowel uts so noticeable like back when it was no supporters allowed cause of covid referee allowed time waisting by St mirren ball boys no collecting the ball I know these kids are told to not get the ball back quick press tried to make a celtic player look bad when a ball boy didn’t return the in the last minute that was going on from the first minute I don’t even think St mirren own the park or stadium but more teams are only going to do it take 3points against league leaders then get beat next game that’s the big picture

  • Jack says:

    Bad business at Sunday game st mirren v celtic atmosphere was that bad you were hear individuals in crowd of the benches language was so vowel it so noticeable like back when it was no supporters allowed cause of covid referee allowed time waisting by St mirren ball boys not collecting the ball I know these kids are told not get the ball back quick the press tried to make a celtic player the pundit says channel your frustration in other ways I think ut was Andy walker comes out some comments it was the last minute and they boy in queastion just playing to the crowd they are there to keep the game flowing like referee when a ball boy didn’t return the in the last minute that was going on from the first minute I don’t even think St mirren own the park or stadium but more teams are only going to do it take 3points against league leaders then get beat next game that’s the big picture

    • Fred says:

      Hello Jack,
      You really need to take a little time to read your comment before posting. Some of the words used do not make any sense whatsoever, possibly due to a spell checker ? There is no sentences or punctuation at all ? I am not having a go you in particular, I just find so many of the comments on CNN website to be almost unreadable.
      Fred

      • Jim Duffy says:

        Fred I’ve got to agree jack’s posts are unreadable,spelling , punctuation grammar non existent.dont mean to be harsh either but I think jack needs to read back what he’s written before he posts,I’ve given up trying to read them.

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