Unofficial Celtic fan group The Green Brigade have shared a handful of images from last week's momentous Scottish Premiership-winning celebrations.

These come after the group led the charge for two title party events in the space of a few days.

The first encouraged supporters to welcome the Celtic players back to Celtic Park after travelling from Rugby Park on Wednesday night.

The second, on the other hand, prompted fans to gather at Trongate on Saturday following the Parkhead side's trophy day triumph against St Mirren.

As posted to the North Curve Twitter (X) account, the four images chosen include a drone-shot view of the fan group's poignant pre-match Tommy Burns tifo, the graffiti-style 'Champions' that the Celtic players ultimately carried onto the pitch in Ayrshire, the team itself shortly after the final whistle, and fireworks and flares taken from a distance at the foot of the Celtic Way outside Celtic Park.

The tweet links to a gallery with over 50 similar photos from last Wednesday night,Β when Celtic won their third successive league title with one game to spare.

Now, Brendan Rodgers and his players turn their attention to the Scottish Cup Final 2024 against Rangers at Hampden this weekend, on Saturday, May 25.

Earlier today, the Green Brigade announced a Celtic march to Hampden for the Scottish Cup final, at the same time asking fans to wear the club's iconic hoops if attending the match at the national stadium.