Celtic have announced that the upcoming Premiership game against Hearts at Celtic Park on the 21st of August is a sell out.
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Even though the game has been moved from a Saturday to a Sunday, the Hoops will be backed by a full stadium as the Bhoys aim to pick up the three points.
The match against Hearts is Celtic’s next home game in the Premiership, as before then, the side have two away games against Ross County and Kilmarnock.
The Hoops’ first home Premiership game of the season, the league opener against Aberdeen, was also a sell out, as fans continue to get behind Ange Postecoglou and the Premiership champions.
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Celtic seem to be an in-demand team at the moment, and that is understandable, as the Hoops are the champions of Scotland, and play good football most weeks.
The Ange Postecoglou era at Celtic has seen fans back the team in big numbers, and most games at Celtic Park were sold out towards the end of last season, and the fans are still backing the Hoops this season, which is good going when you consider that many people are under financial difficulties at the moment.
Every game at Celtic Park might not sell out this season, due to a number of reasons, but you have to think that most of the games will be a sell out, and that is a sign of just how the fans have got behind the current Hoops manager and the current Celtic team, who has took very little time in getting the team back to the top of the Scottish game.
You have to imagine that when Celtic return to the Champions League group stages next month the games will also sell out, as there will be a huge demand to see the Hoops back in action in club football’s biggest competition for the first time in five years.
Hopefully the big crowd which will be backing the Hoops on the 21st of August get to see a performance that will see the Bhoys continue their good record at Celtic Park. The crowd will also have a part to play, and when the fans are players are united then it can only be a good thing for the Bhoys going forward.