Current and former Hoops stars took part in Celtic’s ‘The Treble Years. 1 Evening – 6 Trebles’ event in Glasgow on Sunday night.

The event, hosted by Peter Martin, saw the current first team and those who previously took Celtic to win the Treble come together to celebrate the club’s six Treble victories over the seasons in Glasgow’s DoubleTree by Hilton.

The night started by reminiscing back to the Jock Stein era in 1967 and ’69, then members of 2000/2001 treble-winning squad took part in a Q&A.

Fans and players alike were able to pay tribute to players and managers who played a part Celtic’s successful history before honouring the current run forming the trinity of Trebles under Brendan Rodgers and current manager Neil Lennon.

Hoops’ legends Joos Valgaeren, Vidar Riseth, Jonathan Gould, Robert Douglas, Bobby Petta, Bobby Lennox, John Clark, and Jim Craig were all spotted at the event.

The club took to Twitter to share Lennon's thoughts on the night: “It was a lifetime ambition to join and I played with a great bunch of players.

“I didn’t realise how good it was going to be.

“We had a brilliant team, it was a special time in my life.”