Celtic fans have swarmed Glasgow Green ahead of the Scottish Cup Final.

The Hoops supporters planned a "meet and march" before the game today which will see them walk from the park to Hampden stadium.

The event is organised by the Green Brigade to celebrate the team's attempt to land the Treble.

It comes as Celtic and Inverness Caledonian Thistle will compete for the final piece of silverware this season.


Celtic fans have started to gather in the Glasgow Green ahead of the Scottish Cup final.

♬ original sound - Glasgow Times

READ NEXT: Police issue statement over Celtic march to Hampden Park

Glasgow Times: Celtic fans took over Glasgow GreenCeltic fans took over Glasgow Green (Image: Celtic)

Glasgow Times: Fans enjoyed the warm weather as they prepared for the matchFans enjoyed the warm weather as they prepared for the match (Image: Newsquest)

Now pictures and videos have emerged of fans celebrating as they make their way to the game.

Giant green flares were let off in a sea of football stripes while others went for “taps off” as temperatures continue to rise.

Groups could be heard singing and chanting as they prepared to set off on the journey to Hampden.

Glasgow Times: Fans of all ages joined the walkFans of all ages joined the walk (Image: Sourced)

Glasgow Times: Some fans brought large flagsSome fans brought large flags (Image: Newsquest)

According to a poster, the walk kicked off at 12pm on Saturday, June 3 and the crowds will arrive at the stadium at 3.30pm.

Police Scotland has confirmed that they will have a "proportionate policing plan" in place to manage the event.

Glasgow Times: Fans filled Glasgow Green before the matchFans filled Glasgow Green before the match (Image: Celtic FC)

Glasgow Times: Fans made their way to HampdenFans made their way to Hampden (Image: Newsquest)

A force spokesperson said: “Glasgow will be much busier than normal on Saturday, June 3, for the Scottish Cup Final.

"Working with our partners, we will have a proportionate policing plan in place to maintain public safety.”

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow Times: Fan brought flags to the marchFan brought flags to the march (Image: Newsquest)

We previously reported how for Ange Postecoglou and Celtic, the match is a chance to seal a domestic treble this season with the Viaplay Cup and Scottish Premiership titles already won.

On the flip side, Billy Dodds leads his side to Hampden with the aim of lifting the trophy for just the second time in the club's history.

We also reported how ScotRail has announced what changes will be in place for the men's Scottish Cup Final.

Glasgow Times: Supporters came together before the matchSupporters came together before the match (Image: Celtic FC)

Extra carriages will be added to trains between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida, the closest station to Hampden Park, before and after the match.

A warning has also been issued to travellers to expect trains to be busier than usual and they remind everyone that the carrying and consumption of alcohol is prohibited on all trains and stations.