The rivalry between Celtic and Rangers is one of the fiercest in world football, and the enduring animosity between the two Glasgow clubs has been given added potency by the fact that they have consistently competed for top spot in the Scottish top division down the years. Currently it is Celtic who own the bragging rights in the city, but history dictates that it will always be a relationship that ebbs and flows. But one thing remains constant – both sets of fans are some of the most passionate you’ll find anywhere in football.
Like their English counterparts, the Scottish season runs from August to May. However, as there are only 12 teams in the Scottish Premier League, both Celtic and R angers only play 11 home games each per season – 8 fewer than clubs across the border. Nevertheless, with cup games on top of that (including European fixtures) there are plenty of opportunities to get along and see a game. And with Rangers’ Ibrox Stadium holding 50,000 spectators and Celtic Park 60,000, there’s usually a fair chance of being able to pick up a ticket.
Our match ticket search results
There are a handful of ways of getting yourself a ticket for a Celtic or Rangers home game. One is through the clubs themselves, both of which make tickets available for a certain number of non-members when they don’t sell out to official members. Another is by visiting non-official, but reputable, websites that offer a variety of deals and packages that include match-day tickets. We’ve assessed all of your options below.
An online operator for over seven years now, Livefootballtickets provide an interactive platform for ticket exchanges for top clubs in the UK, Europe and worldwide. Those selling tickets via the website are a mix of independent sellers and official vendors, with Livefootballtickets taking a 10% commission from each transaction, partly because they oversee ticket delivery. During our searches for Celtic and Rangers games, tickets were available for all remaining home fixtures for both clubs over the coming months, where tickets were usually available starting from £85 (the face value price is given alongside the sale price). The website has a dedicated 24/7 Live Chat & customer support service, and you can also track delivery after your purchase.