A Celtic star played video games with some youngsters at a Glasgow hospital recently. 

Matt O'Riley, who joined the Hoops in 2022, attended the Glasgow Children's Hospital - which he hailed as an "amazing place full of amazing people."

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The central midfielder has become the first ever gaming volunteer at the hospital, where he played the kid's favourite video games with them on the wards. 

Talking on the experience, Matt took to X saying: "Also if anyone feels like spreading some love around please consider helping out.

"Amazing place full of amazing people"

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The Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity recently launched their gaming volunteer programme, where they are seeking passionate gamers to spend a few hours each week playing games with children in hospital. 

Working closely with the charity and the hospital’s play team, volunteers will become a ‘Gaming Pal’ for patients, where they will spend time playing games with patients, helping them pass the time and providing a fun distraction from their condition and the ward. 

For more information on the volunteering programme, click HERE