Fans flock to Celtic Park party and welcome treble winners home with full set of Scottish silverware

CELTIC fans welcomed their favorites back to Parkhead for a party.

And they really wanted to have a great time.

Celtic fans welcomed the Hoops home


Celtic fans welcomed the Hoops homeCredit: Kenny Ramsay
All of the club's trophies were presented on the specially designed stage


All of the club’s trophies were presented on the specially designed stagePhoto credit: PA
It's the eighth time they've won the full set


It’s the eighth time they’ve won the full setPhoto credit: PA

The trophy cabinet is full again and the domestic selection of trophies is fully displayed.

As the sun went down after a successful season – and on a sweltering hot day – they presented all the Scottish silver cutlery that shone in the evening glow.

It’s the eighth time they have all three at the same time – one world record.

From Hampden to hers home On the ground they celebrated the first game of the hoops Scottish Cup since 2020.

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The kick-off may have been later, but that football The festival in Ostend was still in full swing.

And Reo Hatate was there.

All three Scottish honors were also in attendance, paraded by the victorious squad at Parkhead – and each was greeted like a hero by the huge crowd that turned out to greet them and welcome them home.

The trophies AND the players.

You’ve gotten so used to having her close to the captain Callum McGregor even described them as “OUR trophies” in a TV Interview earlier in the day.

In a few weeks, they’ll get back to defending her.

Whether boss Ange Postecoglou will be there to direct that defense remains to be seen Tottenham Talks with the boss – and possibly another Hoops hero – are expected to be imminent.

Addressing the crowd – some holding placards asking the Aussie to stay – the manager welcomed a successful season.

The Hoops believers had already marched en masse to Hamopden after their meeting Glasgow Green.

The move ended in Hampden – and with another save, this time with the Scottish Cup in tow on the pitch.

It was performed again on the Hoops’ home lawn as the fans’ long day of partying continued – seven days after their last big party.

Ange Postecoglou was welcomed on stage - in front of Reo Hatate


Ange Postecoglou was welcomed on stage – in front of Reo HatateCredit: Kenny Ramsay
Kyogo joined the celebrations


Kyogo joined the celebrationsPhoto credit: PA
Goalscorers Jota and Liel Abada celebrated the win


Goalscorers Jota and Liel Abada celebrated the winCredit: Kenny Ramsay

The stage had been set earlier in the day with a huge backdrop of TRE8LE – the number refers to the times all three pieces of Scottish cutlery have gathered with the hoops.

Skipper McGregor wore the latest – secured earlier thanks Goals out of Kyogo Furuhashi, Liel Abada And iota — and the Hoops captain himself has an incredible FIVE three-pointers alone.

He has surpassed Lisbon Lions Legend Tommy Gemmell’s record-breaking performance at Hampden, but his name will also find its way into club folklore.

Aged just 29, the midfielder has won 20 major titles in a period of dominance – FIFTEEN of which came from trebles.

He led his teammates onto the stage and got the Celtic-crazy crowd into a football frenzy party that keeps everyone safe Summer.

Kyogo got the party started as the tape flew – and the Japanese goalscorer danced to the delight of his fans.

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