UEFA Europa League Draw & Ticket Info

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By Dean Robertson


Celtic huddleThe draw for the UEFA Europa League last 32 took place today in Nyon, Switzerland. Celtic were in the draw alongside 31 other clubs from all around Europe. Celtic could have potentially faced a ‘Battle of Britain’ against Everton or another clash with Polish side Legia Warsaw.

However, Celtic were drawn against Italian giants, Inter Milan. Celtic will meet their 1967 European Cup final opponents for only the third time in European competition.

The first leg will take place at Celtic Park on Thursday the 19th of February 2015 at 8.05pm. The second leg will take place in Milan at the San Siro on Thursday the 26th of February 2015 at 6:00pm.

Tickets for the home leg at Celtic Park will go on sale to Season Ticket holders from Wednesday the  17th of December 2014 at 9.00am until 5:00pm on Monday the 5th of January 2015.

Ticket prices for Season Ticket holders are : £28 for adults, £20 for concessions and £16 for Under 13s.

Ticket prices for Non-Season Ticket holders are: £35 for adults, £25 for concessions and £20 for under 13s.

Do you think this is a good draw or a bad draw for the Bhoys in green and white?

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  • Derek says:

    £28 for a Uefa cup match is a bloody joke. Half the stadiums been closed for the group stage and they want to charge £28 for the second round (and last home game in Europe this season) and then a booking fee a week before Christmas. Merry Christmas from celtic to the fans!

    • siteeditor says:

      Totally agree mate. They are giving away tickets to fill the stadium on league games, but as soon as they know they will fill the majority of the stadium they make the prices sky high. It’s just no right IMO.


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