The Following Information Has Been Issued By Celtic
3rd June 2020
CELTIC Football Club welcomes the work undertaken by the SPFL and SKY in ensuring a framework for the return of Scottish Premiership matches.
Following an announcement today, new proposals allow clubs to sell a virtual season ticket, where home SPFL league matches which cannot be attended due to social distancing rules, will be available to view on a bespoke club platforms.
Celtic is delighted to announce that this will be available as part of its season ticket offering, meaning Celtic season ticket holders will have exclusive access to every home SPFL league match as we go for 10 in a row.
This online access will be available to season ticket holders while social distancing measures prevent fans from attending matches.
Celtic will be announcing its detailed plans in the next few days in relation to the coming season. Celtic season ticket holders who have already renewed for the season will have access to the virtual season ticket as part of their season ticket.
The only way to guarantee access to every kick of the ball from Celtic Park will be through the Celtic season ticket.
Celtic Chief Executive, Peter Lawwell, said: “The current crisis has had huge implications for the club and our supporters. Once again, I would like to thank our fans for their patience, understanding and support during these unprecedented times.
“I have already said, our priority has been to look at ways in which can resume football and ultimately get our supporters back safely to Celtic Park as soon as possible.
“Until we can welcome our fans back, we want our fans to stay as close to the Club and be part of everything we do. It is imperative we cater for the needs of our supporters. These proposals are great news.
“The access will be available while social distancing measures prevent fans from attending matches and will mean that our season ticket holders, exclusively, will be part of every SPFL home game.
“I would like to thank Neil Doncaster, the SPFL Board and SKY for the work they have done in bringing this arrangement together.
“We have already been liaising closely with football’s joint response group and Scottish Government in striving to ensure that our fans, the lifeblood of the game, can return to matches as quickly as we can. We will continue this work.
“Everyone at Celtic was delighted to deliver 9 in a Row for our fans. It was a season where we produced brilliant, attacking, winning football. Now we focus on the next chapter.
“Clearly we have another exciting season ahead and the chance to make even more history, and we want our fans with us every step of the way. We will need you now, more than ever. Thank you for your continued support”
Updated Announcement 6th June 2020
CELTIC Football Club is delighted to announce that it will be engaging with highly-rated production company Sunset+Vine as we look ahead to matches being broadcast as part of the Club’s season ticket.
Producers of BT Sport’s Europa League and SPFL coverage for a number of years, Sunset and Vine have an established track record of high quality, first-class sports coverage.
Led by broadcasting experts who have worked on The FIFA World Cup, UEFA European Championships and the Olympics, we are confident that this partnership will provide excellent results and prove extremely popular with our supporters.
For matches delivered virtually as part of the season ticket, a host of high quality contributors across punditry, commentary, analysis and production will be engaged to enhance and work with our existing team – and we have some well-known faces lined up!
Celtic’s priority is to do everything we can to get our fans back to Paradise as soon as possible. However, for the matches affected, Celtic wants to provide high quality access to its supporters through its virtual services offering in the season ticket, our online pass to Paradise.
We miss our fans and we know our fans are missing Celtic Park. However, we are doing all we can to keep you as close to the action as possible.
It will be one of the most exciting seasons ever ahead and we want you to join us as we go for 10!
A spokesperson for Celtic said: “Clearly, current circumstances are totally outwith our control, and while getting our supporters back to Celtic Park is our absolute priority, until this is the case, through our season ticket, we aim to give our fans the best access we can to SPFL matches at Celtic Park.
“We will be making a significant investment in this project, partnering with one of the best production companies around and will deliver an experience, with top expertise and contributors, which will put our fans at the heart of the action from Celtic Park.
“We are joining forces with an organisation renowned for delivering high quality coverage and we look forward to making this available our season ticket holders.”
Grant Philips, Executive Producer of Sunset +Vine added: “We are delighted to partner with Celtic Football Club and look forward to bringing our unrivalled production expertise to the live matchday programming.”
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Tickets: the CDSA do not have control over match day tickets, these are allocated by the Celtic ticket office.
We can, as season-ticket holders, help someone else have the opportunity to attend a match. If you are unable to attend a game you can let the ticket office know and they can provide paper tickets for someone else to go in your place for a specific game. This will have no affect on your season ticket, and this service is in full agreement with Celtic ticket services. The person being allocated a ticket for that game only is charged a small fee, £10.00 in total for themselves and a companion. Furthermore, the person who normally uses your companion seat can be relocated to a another place free of charge.
Please use this service for the benefit of your fellow disabled supporters.
Contact CFC ticket services by telephoning 0141-230 1967 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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