CELTIC fans WILL be allowed into Ibrox next season after a solution to recent lock-outs for derby games.
An agreement has been struck which will allow Hoops supporters the opportunity to see their team in action in Govan. There is a reciprocal arrangement which will see rival followers into Parkhead when the Glasgow giants clash.
SPFL chiefs have acted as mediators in a bid to find a solution to the problem, which started at the end of last term.
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Following lengthy talks, an allocation of around five per cent at both grounds – 2,500/3,000 – has been agreed, according to the Scottish Sun.
There will be no Celtic followers at Ibrox a week on Sunday and likewise Philippe Clement’s side will not receive tickets for the Parkhead post-split clash as the lock-out continues until the completion of this campaign.
The Hoops hierarchy refused something in the region of 700 tickets for Ibrox in May last year as they cited “safety and security” concerns. The champions have been pushing for a bigger allocation ever since.
SPFL rules state that a “reasonable” number of away tickets should be made available.
Away supporters will now be granted access to Ibrox and Celtic Park at the start of the 2024/25 season.
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