You’re not a true Celtic fan if you haven’t done these 10 things - gallery
Visited the Billy McNeill statue, celebrated by doing the Huddle and sang ‘The Celtic Song’ are just some of the traditions for fans.
Celtic Park, or commonly known as ‘Paradise’, holds a special place in the heart of every Celtic supporter. It is the club’s spiritual home and is the eighth-largest football stadium in the UK.
The 60,000 capacity venue is where supporters come together every second weekend to share one common bond: a love for their football team. As a result of this, there are certain preferences and experiences which define Celtic fans and make them unique when compared with every other fanbase in Scottish football.
In this list we look through 10 of those quirky rituals. If there are any that we missed out then please let us know...