Matches between Celtic and Rangers will have fans once again.

The SPFL announced an agreement that will see supporters return to Ibrox and Parkhead next season after pressure from broadcasters and the governing body helped broker a deal.

The long-mooted solution of a 'Euro' allocation has been adopted that will see five per cent of each stadium filled with away fans.

That's understood to be around 2500 Celtic fans in Govan and 3000 Rangers fans in the East End.

The difference in the figure is due to Celtic's larger capacity which means more tickets will be available for the fans in blue.

But given this system hasn't been used in past fixtures between Scotland's big two, what does this look like?ย 

Fortunately, European games give us the answer.

Rangers Review: Feyenoord fans at Celtic ParkFeyenoord fans at Celtic Park (Image: Getty)

The allocation given to Feyenoord at Celtic Park is shown above while the main picture in this article of Ibrox shows how the fans of Benfica were recently accommodated at Ibrox.

The return of fans will be sure to return a significant portion of the lost atmosphere that has marked recent battles.

Sadly, it won't be this season though. Both games still to play will occur without away fans.