Anderlecht: Celtic fans without a ticket risk being arrested

Anderlecht have released a statement warning Celtic fans that they risk being arrested if they travel to the Belgian municipality without a match ticket.

Anderlecht's Constant Vanden Stock Stadium. Picture: Getty

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Local police will be strict with those who travel without the means to attend the match.

A statement from Anderlecth read: “RSC Anderlecht would like to remind all fans of Celtic FC who will be making the trip to Brussels that it is mandatory to be in possession of a valid match ticket when they are present in the territory of Anderlecht or the neigbouring community of Sint-Gillis/Saint-Gilles.

“All Celtic supporters who can’t show a valid match ticket when asked by the authorities, risk being arrested.”