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Home Sport Football Scottish Celtic

Tickets on sale very soon as Celtic to play pre-season fixture in Ireland this summer:

Shamrock Rovers have announced that Scottish champions Celtic will come to Dublin on Saturday, July 7 for a pre-season friendly.

Celtic will use the upcoming friendly at Tallaght Stadium for their preparation for a UEFA Champions League qualification campaign.

Brendan Rodgers brought a full-strength line-up over for a similar friendly last season and beat their hosts 9-0. The goals came from Mikael Lustig, Stuart Armstrong (2), Moussa Dembélé, Scott Sinclair (2), James Forrest, Jonny Hayes and Tom Rogic.

Kick-off for the game will be at 3pm.

Here are all the details you need on how to get to the game to see the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup winners in action:

Ticket details

Tickets go on sale from 3pm on Wednesday, May 23 at www.shamrockrovers.ie/match-tickets/.

Ticket prices are €30 for adults and €17.50 for children under the age of 14. You can get a premium ticket, which includes access to the 1899 Suite from 1pm with live music, a full cash bar, hot food sales and a reserved Main Stand seat for €45.

Shamrock Rovers season ticket holders and club members will have access to a pre-sale.

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