CELTIC Park has been confirmed as the venue for Ireland and Scotland’s upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier as discussions continue regarding the FAI’s ticket allocation.
The 60,000-seater Glasgow stadium will host the much anticipated clash on Friday, November 14 with the game kicking off at 7.45pm.
So far Ireland fans have received a base allocation of just 3,000 tickets, although this is likely to rise with talks on-going between the Scottish FA and the FAI.
Irish fans can purchase tickets for game through an application process on the FAI’s website.
The deadline for applications is 12pm on Thursday 31 July.
Prior to the Scotland test, Martin O’Neill’s team will kick-off their campaign away to Georgia on September 7 before qualifiers against Gibraltar (October 11) and Germany on (October 14).