MEET the Glasgow girls football team who has just smashed the StayAtHome toilet roll challenge.

The squad of talented football players from Celtic's Youth Academy showed off their skills - at a distance of course - in this new video.

The video, featuring Kayla, Evie, Eva, Maddie, Christi, Eva, Darra, Amy, Chloe, Gabby, Ava, and Ruby, was collated by a parent and passed on to coach Paul Robertson.

He said: "Unfortunately, we didn't get to play any league games before the season was suspended.

"Preseason the girls were flying. It's fantastic to see the girls still keeping in touch and able to make the best of a horrible situation.

"They all love their football and get on so well together.

"They are all working hard with a ball, or toilet roll, until we can all get back to training."

He added: "All the coaches at the academy are really proud of the girls in all teams."

Paul coaches the Celtic 12's side with Wes McQuarrie in the city's East End.

They train in the Glasgow Green and play home games at Crownpoint as part of the SWF Jane Ross 13s league.

The girls are aged between nine and 12.