Celtic have been given permission to introduce a 'safe standing' area.
The plan is for rail seating for up to 2,600 spectators at Celtic Park, which could be in place for the start of season 2016/17.
Chairman Peter Lawwell told the club website: "The introduction of rail seating at Celtic Park represents an investment in spectator safety. Across football globally, the reality is that some supporters are choosing to stand at matches.
“Celtic’s primary objective will always be the safety and comfort of its supporters – this new system will now allow fans to stand safely at matches.
“Rail seating has been in European football for some time and there has been considerable demand for some form of 'safe standing' within the UK and particularly from our supporters.
"We are sure the rail seating section will prove very popular with supporters and we look forward to its introduction. I would like to thank Glasgow City Council for their support in delivering this measure and for the backing they have given to Celtic’s focus on safety at matches.”