Away allocations will return for matches between Celtic and Rangers next season after a breakthrough in ticket negotiations.

The SPFL have confirmed both clubs will receive away tickets for matches next season after the impasse between the clubs was breached by talks involving various stakeholders.

It's understood both clubs will receive a five percent allocation for matches between the clubs at both stadia next season.

That means - under the new-style agreement - around 2500 Celtic fans will be inside Ibrox next season and 3000 Rangers supporters at Parkhead.

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The remaining two matches between the clubs this season will not be impacted with no away fans in attendance for either fixture. 

An SPFL statement read: "Following engagement with both clubs, the SPFL is pleased to confirm that Rangers FC and Celtic FC will provide ticket allocations of around 5% for away supporters, for SPFL matches between the two clubs. 

"This will be effective from Scottish Premiership season 2024/25, subject to all necessary requirements being satisfied at both Ibrox and Celtic Park.

"It does not affect the remaining two league matches between the clubs in season 2023/24, which will remain at a zero allocation for away supporters."