Celtic are to hold a victory parade through the streets of Glasgow if they win the William Hill Scottish Cup.

The team were confirmed as the Premiership champions for the eighth consecutive season in a row on Saturday following their win at Aberdeen.

If they defeat Hearts in the William Hill Scottish Cup final at Hampden on May 25, they will become the first club in Scottish football history to complete the triple treble.

Neil Lennon's side have now made a submission to Glasgow City Council to hold a procession through the south side of Glasgow.

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The parade would leave Hampden at 6.30pm and travel along Aitkenhead Road, although the full route has still to be confirmed.

It's not known where the parade would end as the Scottish Rugby Guinness PRO14 Final will be taking place at Celtic Park on the sane day.

The notice states that there will be around 60 participants with the parade, but does not account for fans who would line the streets.

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Celtic face Hearts at the national stadium at 3pm on May 25.

If Hearts win, they plan to parade through the streets of Edinburgh the following day, which would clash with the Edinburgh Marathon.