Celtic have managed to give season ticket holders a little bonus regarding the club’s Scottish League Cup opener.

The vast majority of Celtic fans still forked over a small fortune to renew their season tickets to support the club through the pandemic despite possibly being short financially themselves.

With many different major broadcasting companies making it extremely difficult for fans to watch their beloved Hoops, the club has managed to strike a deal with Premier Sports to allow fans to watch our League Cup opener against Ross County on the 29th November.

The announcement was made on the club’s official website:

“We are so grateful to our season ticket holders for the huge commitment they have made to the Club during this very difficult year. Clearly, we desperately want our fans back with us safely at Celtic Park. However, until this is the case we aim to do all we can to provide additional access and value to our fans.

“We are pleased to partner with Premier Sports and again offer our supporters this access as we begin the defence of a trophy we have won for the last four consecutive seasons. We thank our season ticket holders, indeed all our fans for their fantastic continued support.”

It will give the fans a slight boost but Celtic have many tough games to overcome before that particular match, starting this weekend against Hibernian.