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  • Celtic v FC Sion will not be televised

    Celtic v FC Sion will not be televised

    By: Newsroom Staff on 15 Aug, 2011 08:31

  • CELTIC’S Europa League play-off against FC Sion this Thursday, August 18 will not be televised live, so the only place to see all the action is at Celtic Park.

    It’s a vital game for Neil Lennon’s side as they aim to build up a strong first-leg lead to take to Switzerland.

    And a packed Paradise can help the Bhoys in their bid to make it to the group stages of the Europa League.

    Tickets for this vital European tie are now on sale, priced from £25 for adults and from £16 for concessions.
     
    Tickets can be purchased by calling 0871 226 1888* or online by clicking HERE
     
    You can also purchase tickets from the Ticket Office at Celtic Park
     
    The match is also a season ticket game, and by getting a season ticket today to cheer on Neil Lennon and the Bhoys both domestically and in Europe will see you at Paradise, not only for the first SPL game of the season against Dundee United on Saturday, August 13 but also, just five days later, at the Europa League clash with FC Sion.
     
    TO BUY A SEASON TICKET FOR 2011/12, CLICK here
     
    * Calls cost up to 10p per minute, telecoms provider dependent.  Mobile and other provider charges may vary.


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