CELTIC season tickets for the 2018/19 campaign have sold out, the Scottish champions have announced. 

Thousands of briefs were snapped up by Bhoys supporters in the wake of their double Treble success. 

The club confirmed on Tuesday that the opportunity to buy a season ticket for the new campaign has now passed, although match-by-match tickets will still be available for selected games during the season. 

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Brendan Rodgers' arrival at the club two years ago has led to back-to-back domestic Trebles for the Hoops, while the Betfred Cup and Scottish Cup have also been brought to Parkhead for two years in a row.

Attention is now focused on a return to the Champions League group stage, with Rodgers' side facing a gruelling four-round qualifying process that begins next month. 

Fixtures for the new SPFL season will be published this Friday, while the European qualifiers start for Celtic on 10 or 11 July.