Attendances at Celtic and Rangers football clubs’ matches are up to 20,000 lower than figures released to the public a Freedom of Information request has revealed.
The Daily Record report:
CROWDS at Celtic and Rangers games this season have been up to 20,000 lower than the figures released to the public.
It goes some way to explaining the huge gaps in the stands when the clubs have been claiming near full-houses.
The number of supporters the clubs publicise as turning up to home SPL and Division Three matches is far larger than the true figure reported to police, official records show.