Celtic are offering fans the chance to take in the first Rangers derby of the season from inside Parkhead to appease thousands of supporters who missed out on Ibrox tickets.

The Hoops face their fierce rivals for the first time on September 1 and the club have confirmed they will open the Kerrydale Bar for a special screening of the big game.

Priced at just a fiver, there will be live music and food.

It comes after last season's ticket feud which saw Rangers cut Celtic's fan allocation to just 800 compared to the previous near-8,000.

Celts previously considered sending back an offer of 750 tickets for last campaign's Old Firm derby across the city but eventually accepted the reduced number just weeks before the December 29 game.

Fans have been urged to pre-book tickets to the Kerrydale as it is understood the bar only houses around 800.