A painting that commemorates the achievements of Celtic's Lisbon Lions will be sold for charity along with an edition of 25 prints. 

The work by Scottish artist Gerard M Burns, named 'Glittering Prize', celebrates the Hoops' famous European Cup final triumph over Inter in the Portugese capital 50 years ago. 

Mr Burns visited Lisbon with five members of Celtic's triumphant team back in February to inspire his vision for the painting. 

“I was really excited about the trip," he told celticfc.net.

"I had a rough idea of how I wanted to visually represent all of the team and capture all the press reaction and the magnitude of their success... what I didn’t bargain for was how overwhelmingly emotional the entire experience was going to be.

“Actually being in the stadium with the Lions and family members and seeing the experience through their eyes and hearing their stories of that day was completely overwhelming. I am not too proud to admit I bawled my eyes out. Bertie Auld had me in stitches one minute and in floods of tears the next.”

“I have supported and worked with the Celtic FC Foundation for many years and my wife Ellen does a lot of work with Mary’s Meals so we decided that “Glittering Prize” would be our way of making a contribution to The 67 Kitchens and #LionsLegacy.”

All proceeds will go towards the Foundation and Mary's Meals' joint campaign, the 67 Kitchens, which will support creating 67 kitchens in schools in Malawi as well as providing food for Aleppo and South Sudan.