CELTIC fans will be able to watch their heroes in action SEVEN times over the next six weeks.
Plus the Hoops support will also have the opportunity of possibly watching their team three times in the Champions League qualifiers.
It’s a bonanza for the locked-out followers as satellite giants Sky Sports and Premier Sport beam the matches live for fans eager to watch their favourites embark upon another crucial campaign.
Neil Lennon’s side will prepare for the real thing with glamour friendlies in France when they face a trio of top-flight sides in Paris Saint-Germain, Lyon and Nice.
Premier Sport will exclusively broadcast the action when the nine-in-a-row champions kick off the Lyon competition with a meeting against Nice on Thursday, July 16 at 5.15pm.
Scotland’s title kings then face the hosts on Saturday at 7.45pm .
The friendly against PSG in the French capital on Tuesday, July 21 at 6pm will also be televised as it happens.
Premier Sports have also confirmed they have plans to beam live the team’s first three Champions League qualifiers.
Overseas Celtic TV subscribers can catch all the action from France live on Celtic TV and those in UK and Ireland can enjoy live commentary with full match replays available after each fixture.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports will show Lennon’s side’s opening Premiership game in their 10 in a row bid against Hamilton Accies on Sunday, August 2 with a 4.30pm kick-off.
The satellite station will also show three of the following four league encounters.
The Hoops will then travel to Rugby Park the following Sunday to take on Kilmarnock which will also commence at 4.30pm.
Next up, is a Wednesday August 9 clash against St Mirren in Paisley which will start at 6pm.
On Saturday, August 22, the Bhoys continue their historic quest with a meeting against Dundee United at Tannadice with a 5.30pm kick-off.