The Green Brigade have announced plans for a fan procession to Hampden ahead of the Scottish Cup final against Rangers.

The Celtic fan group have urged supporters to gather at Glasgow Green for a second year running then march through the streets to the national stadium for the showpiece final.

Celtic supporters met at Glasgow Green last year before the final against Inverness Caledonian Thistle and led a fan corteo to Hampden with police present for the journey.

The group dubbed the meeting 'Tims in the Park' and have announced plans for a similar gathering this Saturday before the showdown against Rangers on May 25.

A video on the North Curve Celtic X page announced the plans with a 'Tims in the Park 2' logo.

The short video - which showed fans at Glasgow Green last year and the procession to Hampden - was captioned: "Wear the hoops to Hampden.

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Brendan Rodgers' side head into the Scottish Cup Final 2024 on the back of lifting the Scottish Premiership trophy on Saturday.

Celtic claimed league glory with a win over Kilmarnock in midweek but lifted the title on Saturday following their 3-2 victory over St Mirren.

Now, Rodgers is aiming to make it a league and cup double this term in a derby final against Rangers.