Hibs confirm Rangers won't be allocating them any tickets for Ibrox clash
Hibs are the latest club to confirm that they won’t be receiving any tickets from Rangers ahead of their Ibrox clash.
The pair meet in the Premiership on Sunday, 3 October and if both sides maintain their current form, it could be a top-of-the-table clash.
But there will be no travelling support from the capital heading along the M8.
Rangers informed Motherwell that they wouldn’t be able to allocate them any tickets for Saturday’s trophy day fixture.
This is because the hosts are using the traditional away section to relocate season ticket holders whose seats are unavailable due to being in the required “red zone”, as per JRG Covid regulations.
And now Hibs fans will have to watch from afar when their in-form favourites take on the Champions next month.
An email sent out to supporters today read: “We will be receiving no tickets for the game at Ibrox on Sunday 3 October.
“This is because Rangers need to use their ‘visiting support’ area to relocate their displaced season ticket holders for their players’ Red Zone, the same as we have had to do in Block 5 of the West Stand.”
It’s a similar story across Glasgow with Celtic rehousing their affected season ticket holders in the away end, meaning there has been no away supporters at Parkhead this season.