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  • Celtic v Motherwell matchday guide – last remaining tickets on sale

    Celtic v Motherwell matchday guide – last remaining tickets on sale

    By: Newsroom Staff on 23 Feb, 2019 17:01

  • LEAGUE action returns to Paradise this weekend (Sunday, February 24) with Motherwell up next to face the Bhoys at home for a 3pm kick-off.

    It was a night to remember for two of Celtic’s Youth Academy stars, last time the two sides came head to head, as Celtic swept the Steelmen aside 3-0 at Paradise thanks to goals from Anthony Ralston, Mikey Johnston and a Scott Sinclair penalty.

    Now Scotland’s champions will be looking to maintain their incredible form since their return from the winter break, with eight domestic wins and eight clean sheets in 2019 putting them eight points clear of the competition at the top of the Premiership table.

    A very limited number of tickets are still available to buy now, priced from £28 for adults, from £18 for concessions and from £10 for under-13s.

    Visit eticketing.co.uk/celtic to buy online and print at home to beat the matchday queues!

    Alternatively, call the sales line on 0871 226 1888* or visit the Ticket Office which will remain open until kick-off at 3pm.

    Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game:

    10am: Celtic Superstore opens
    With spring just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to pick up some Celtic additions for your wardrobe. From t-shirts to hoodies and rain jackets, we’ve got you covered so you can look the part supporting the Bhoys no matter what the weather! Pop into the Superstore before kick-off or shop online now

    10:30am: Ticket Office opens
    For fans looking to buy tickets for this match, there’s still time! The Ticket Office will remain open until kick-off at 3pm for sales and collection.

    Supporters who have chosen the ‘print at home’ option for the match, are reminded to please print your tickets prior to arriving at the stadium, as there is no printing facility at Celtic Park.

    Tickets for the next SPFL home matches against Aberdeen (Sat, March 9) and Livingston (Sat, April 6) are also on sale now for those looking to plan ahead with the champions this season.

    11am: Kerrydale Bar opens
    The Kerrydale Bar opens for supporters on a first-come, first served basis with both the food court and bar open ahead of kick-off. There’s also live music with Liam McGrandles plus live coverage of Hamilton v Rangers and Man Utd v Liverpool on the big screens.

    1:30pm: Stadium Opens

    The Celtic Family Stand (Sections 115-117 of Lisbon Lions Lower) will have plenty of family fun for all ages with the Xbox games zone and table football available to keep the kids entertained, plus Hoopy the Huddle Hound will be dropping by to meet fans before the game.

    You can pick up your copy of this week’s edition of the Celtic View, together with the Official Matchday Programme for a special combined price of just £5 (a saving of £1.49).

    Don’t forget to buy your Paradise Windfall tickets to be in with a chance of becoming £10,000 richer. You could be collecting your prize out on the pitch at half-time, so look out for Windfall staff wearing their famous yellow jerseys ahead of the match.

    3pm
    It's time to cheer the champions to victory against Motherwell! Let’s make some noise for the Bhoys!

    4:45pm
    The Kerrydale Bar re-opens after the final whistle with the Chelsea v Man City game live on the big screen until the Kerrydale Bar closes at 7pm.

    Enjoy the match and let’s get behind the Bhoys as they set out to claim all three-points to maintain that gap at the top of the table.

    *Calls cost 13p per minute, plus your phone company’s access charge. Booking fees apply online and via booking line.

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