CELTIC Football Club’s open-top bus parade route through Glasgow should they secure an historic Scottish Cup win on Saturday has been revealed.

The club has outlined potential post-match plans, providing important information to supporters, with the aim of assisting in planning.

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The procession would begin at Dalmarnock train station at around 6.15pm.

It would then travel along the Clyde Gateway, turning right onto London Road and then onto the Celtic Way.

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The club has issued a map (above) outlining the route

If the match moves to extra-time and penalties, the start time of the procession would move accordingly.

There was an opportunity to stage a similar end of season event on Sunday, connected to the Scott Brown Testimonial match.

However, following safety advice, the Saturday evening has been deemed a more appropriate time.

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The Parkhead club said: “While we realise this will be an extremely difficult match against Motherwell  - and it will be a major challenge for Celtic to win this trophy once again - it has been decided that, in the event of Celtic being successful in the Scottish Cup final, the club will stage an open-top bus procession.”

It is understood Motherwell will also be putting similar post-match plans in place.