Green Brigade Make Ambitious Tifo Statement for Celtic’s Title Party

The Green Brigade have announced they have prepared “a full stadium tifo” welcoming the champions to their title party on Saturday against Aberdeen. They also stated the tifo “will be the most ambitious attempted in Scotland” and have urged the Celtic support to follow their instructions listed in their statement in order to make the day as successful as possible.

Full statement below:

“As we stand on the brink of another historic treble, we urge our current heroes to take inspiration from the giants of the past to write their own names into Celtic folklore. For Saturday, we have prepared a full stadium tifo to welcome the champions to the park and inspire them to make history.

“It is up to us, everyone at Celtic Park, to build up to our own legends. To help do this, we ask that all fans make every effort to be at your seat early, be at the correct seat, raise the material on your seat as the team emerges from the tunnel.

“The tifo will be the most ambitious attempted in Scotland and your participation is crucial to its success. As ever, thank you for your continued support and cooperation.”

The Green Brigade also knows as North Curve Celtic have been responsible for many spectacular tifo displays this season, including this special tifo celebrating Celtics first UEFA Champions League group stage game in half a decade. These great efforts by The Green Brigade will hopefully culminate in a special day for Ange’s team as they look to finish the league season in style.

And the combined efforts of the Green Brigade and The Celtic Bhoys in joining together to support Fran Alonso’s Celtic FC Women side in the two SWPL1 games at Celtic Park against Glasgow City and Hearts were absolutely outstanding and certainly will have done their chances of convincing the Celtic Board that their concept of creating a Green Wall in The Celtic End in the lower section of the Jock Stein stand will improve the atmosphere at Celtic Park enormously.  That surely can only be a good thing?

Celtic Chairman Peter Lawwell and CEO Michael Nicholson were at the game yesterday, which sadly ended in stoppage time heartache for the Ghirls, and they too must have been impressed by the show put on by these two fans groups.

James French

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