Celtic are planning a double treble open top bus parade parade should they defeat Motherwell in next month’s Scottish Cup Final, according to a report.
The Daily Record has revealed that the Hoops are to drive around the areas surrounding Celtic Park in the East End of Glasgow on the 20th of May, the day after the cup final and also the day of Hoops skipper Scott Brown’s testimonial against the Republic of Ireland.
Parades don’t usually happen for teams based in Glasgow, whereas they do happen in most other cities in Scotland and in England.
It remains to be seen if the Hoops will go ahead with the parade if they fail to win the treble next season.
Football Insider verdict
The idea of an open top bus celebration is certainly a unique one in Glasgow, where the bitter rivalry between the Hoops and Rangers usually prevents that type of thing from happening, but perhaps as the parade will take place in the morning in the area surrounding Celtic Park means that the unique celebration has been given the go ahead. If the Bhoys do manage to complete the ‘double treble’ then this would certainly add to the celebrations in what could prove to be a very exciting end of the season for Hoops fans all over the world, as the Bhoys aim to make history by winning the treble for the second season in a row.
In other Celtic news, the Hoops must treat the Old Firm derby like any other game