Football fans have been unable to purchase booze inside a Scottish football stadium since 1980. But Celtic supporters will have the chance to enjoy a cold beer during their away trip to Copenhagen later this month.

The club provided travel information for their fans intending on heading to Denmark for the last-32 first-leg clash on February 20. Celts will be housed in Section D behind the goal.

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Doors open around 90 minutes before the game and fans can use that time to sink a beer before their side kick-off. At full-time an escort will see away fans to the train station where a train will take them to the city centre free of charge.

Celtic have urged fans not to bring pyrotechnics with them after various issues during games including fireworks being set off during the AIK clash in Sweden - where the Hoops were slapped with an £11,000 fine.

It was the 17th time Celts have been fined by the governing body since 2007.