A GLASGOW pub has shared footage of Sir Rod Stewart and John Terry joining in with celebrations following Celtic's title win.

Murphy's Glasgow in Merchant City posted the short clip on their Facebook account last night. 

It showed Sir Rod and Chelsea legend Terry singing "stand up for the champions".

Terry can be seen wearing a Celtic scarf around his neck. 

The Premier League star has previously revealed he has been a Hoops fan since he was a child.

Meanwhile, Celtic-daft Sir Rod, 77, lifts his pint as he sings along. 

Bosses at the bar wrote: "A big thank you to Rod Stewart and John Terry for popping into their favourite Irish bar to celebrate Celtic winning the league.

"Here’s a snippet of the Bhoys chanting. We told Rod he should sing for a living. We told John Terry to stick to football." 

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Earlier this month, Sir Rod was spotted behind the bar at the Dirty Duchess on Argyle Street.

He could be seen chatting to a punter while a glass of beer and Guinness was next to him.