OVER 25,000 FANS TURN OUT FOR THE CELTIC FC FESTIVAL

OVER 25,000 Celtic fans flocked to the SEC in Glasgow this weekend for the first ever Celtic FC Festival.

The three-day event in association with Magners was opened by manager Neil Lennon on Friday morning and drew to a close this evening (Sunday) following three sold-out days.

Hoops fans were given the opportunity to meet 22 of the current first-team players as well as the manager and 20 Celtic legends.

Chief Executive Peter Lawwell turned out for an onstage interview, as did some of the Lisbon Lions, former players and the Celtic backroom staff, who gave an insight into their role at the club.

The Reserves and Under-18s sides also offered up something for fans with live in-door training sessions.

The exhibition had plenty for fans young and old with lots of football related games including football darts, head tennis, crossbar challenge, penalty shoot-outs and various target challenges.

Supporters queued for the chance to go on the Treble Treble open top bus, have their photo taken with the three trophies and even try their hand at Celtic TV commentary!

Celtic Football club would like to thank all the fans who turned out for what proved to be an unforgettable event!