The stars of Celtic Football Club have united to say no to racism in a new video. 

The players are delivering the anti-racism message as the club prepares to kick-start a camapign to promote the issue. 

The Parkhead outfit will join clubs across Eueope as part of a fortnight of action to campaign against discrimination and promote inclusion.

The club said on their offical website that between now and October 22, activities will be held in more than 45 European countries.

And as a club participating in European competition, Celtic, in association with UEFA will broadcast this strong message to a huge audience.

The Hoops will also work locally with other Scottish clubs and the Show Racism the Red Card campaign and at every SPFL game next weekend, clubs will be united in calling for an end to racism.

Celtic captain Scott Brown said: “Celtic has been a club open to all people since its formation in 1888.

“Our club and the Celtic team are once again delighted to support all activities within this fortnight of action as we continue to send the strongest message that racism has no place whatsoever in football or society.”