CELTIC fans showed off a stunning 360-degree tifo display to celebrate Flag Day ahead of their Scottish Premiership opener against Aberdeen.

The Hoops support had card displays in all sections of the ground showing off a series of designs including the Premiership trophy, a four-leaf clover and the league winners flag.

Captain Callum McGregor hoisted the flag ahead of kick-off as supporters belted out You'll Never Walk Alone from the stands.

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McGregor admits he is “super proud” after being asked to unfurl the Premiership title flag ahead of Sunday’s match at Celtic Park.

“When you think about the names that have done it over the years, for the club to ask me to do it is a huge honour, and for my family to watch that,” he said.

“I’m very grateful to get the opportunity to do it.

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“It’s always a brilliant day to unfurl the flag at Celtic Park. There’s a real buzz and energy about the place with anticipation of the new season ahead.

“It’s important we get our mindset right for that in the next few days at training, give a good performance and try and get a good result.”

Celtic have been unbeaten through their pre-season campaign and McGregor feels they are in good fettle ahead of the big kick-off.

“Pre-season is a lot about fitness and getting your work in but we’re also trying to build a winning mentality,” he said.

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“It’s important that we’ve come through pre-season undefeated and we’ll try and take that mentality into the season.

“There will be a lot of challenges so it’s important that everyone stays together, including the supporters. That will be the foundation for a positive season hopefully.”