Sydney Cup remaining tickets revealed as fans swarm and allocations are exhausted

The Rangers fans are somewhat moody about Ange’s homecoming, but regardless of what the fans in Scotland are saying, supporters in Australia are ambivillent to the criticism and snapping up even more tickets than Celtic at this time.

The official media partners of the Ibrox club say the tournament is in trouble, but tickets have absolutely flown for this with Rangers fans leading the charge, their own support in Australia would be extremely aggrieved if they pulled out now.

Furthermore there is the legal aspect of reneging on appearing, with general sale tickets to be released in a matter of hours it seems certain this cup will go ahead.

The premium seats have been exhausted as you can see above, this is before the tickets go on general sale at 2pm Sydney time or 4am tomorrow morning in Glasgow.

For those in Australia if they want to go to the match with their friends they will not be able to sit together, it is already single tickets only.

Rangers fans have actually sold out their own Category C as well, the Category A at a whopping $179 is already limited availability also.

The other games are less subscribed with The Rangers to play Western Sydney Wanderers FC and Celtic to take on Sydney FC.

Tickets are available in all categories for Rangers vs Wanderers, the stadium holds 30,000 and there should be a good turn out, despite the high prices.

Celtic meanwhile have a game at the brand new Sydney Football Stadium the home of Sydney FC.

As you can see there are plenty of tickets available but Category C has already been snapped up.

The Sydney Football Stadium holds 42,500 and Celtic fans keen on doing a double header will likely go very close to filling it alongside the host club.

Whilst this tournament is not what the fans want in Glasgow, it is appearing to be what the fans want in Australia.

Should this sell out quickly tomorrow and over the weekend, expect other cities in other countries to start offering us money to bring the spectacle.

It is the nature of the game these days.

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