Celtic and Rangers were on average the most expensive clubs to visit for away supporters in last season's Champions League, according to a new study.
Average prices for fans visiting Celtic Park and Ibrox were just below Uefa's price cap of 70 euros (£61) for away tickets in Europe's elite competition.
Celtic's average was 69.45 euros with Rangers marginally lower at 68.85.
Celtic charged the maximum away ticket price of 70 euros three times, while Rangers did so twice.
The study was carried out by Football Supporters Europe (FSE), which says the cost of away tickets in the Champions League and Uefa's other club competitions remains "stubbornly high", but that there was significant variation between countries.