How to watch Masters Football as Celtic, Rangers, Hibs and Hearts heroes return for star-studded event

It’s the moment many have been waiting for – Masters Football returns this week.

The legendary football event made its long-awaited return last year as heroes from Celtic, Rangers, Manchester United and Liverpool once again graced their club colors.

Masters Football returns to Braehead this weekend


Masters Football returns to Braehead this weekend

It was a success in Braehead and now it’s back again this year with an even bigger Scottish appeal.

The two Old Firm clubs may have faced the English duo last September – but this time it’s Hearts and Hibs.

It will be a massive spectacle with several big names including Gary Hooper, Joe Ledley, Barry Ferguson, Kris Boyd, Andy Webster and Colin Nish all set to sell out show.

tickets are no longer available for the evening at Braehead Arena, but fans can still watch the action TV.

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The tournament was shown last year live on 360 Sports Television that requires viewers to purchase a monthly pass to the streaming service to watch.

This year, however, Scottish football Fans can then watch the event for FREE BBC Scotland rushed in to acquire the rights.

It is great News for footy fans as they will no longer have to pay a fee to tune in even though they have not purchased a ticket for it Glasgow show.

The event will take place this Saturday, September 9th, with the first big kick-off scheduled for 7 p.m.

Coverage on BBC Scotland will begin at the same time as doors open for the event at 5.30pm.

Some changes have been made ranger And Celtic teams this year.

Rab Douglas, Stiliyan Petrov and Carlton Cole will not feature for the Hoops this year, while new signings include Dorus de Vries, Mark Burchill and Hooper.

Pedro Mendes, Michael Mols and Carlos Cueller played for the Light Blues last year, but this time they were replaced by Maurice Ross, Graham Dorrans and Kenny Miller.

The ranger The goalkeeper has yet to be confirmed.

Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers on the Scottish Sun football page

Emma Bowman

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