Celtic offers free tickets to unemployed supporters for post-Christmas game


Those experiencing tough times are in line for a little present from Scotland’s top club.

The first place Celtic FC have decided to give a Christmas gift to any supporters who happen to be unemployed this holiday season.

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Provided they can provide valid proof, unemployed supporters can watch Celtic host relegation-struggling Ross County on Dec. 27.

From CelticFC.net:

The gesture by the club follows the great work by the Celtic FC Foundation who have worked tirelessly to raise funds for their Annual Christmas Appeal which aids local families and charities at this special time of year.

We hope that by giving unemployed supporters the chance to attend Celtic Park for the match against Ross County will bring some Christmas cheer to fans who may not otherwise have been able to do so.

That’s a good look for the Scottish giants during this holiday season. Cheers!

Celtic picked up a high-profile draw with Inter Milan for the upcoming Europa League Round of 16. Check the full draw here.