The route to be taken for Celtic's proposed parade if they win the treble Treble has been confirmed.

The Parkhead team plan to hold a procession through Glasgow if they beat Hearts in the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday May 25.

Glasgow City Council have granted permission for the parade, that will travel through the city after the game.

If Celtic win the final, the parade will leave Hampden Park at 6.15pm.

It will go along Cathcart Road, travelling through Cumberland Street, Crown Street, Saltmarket and Gallowgate.

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It will finish up on Barrack Street instead of Celtic Park.

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They will be unable to use their home ground as the rugby Pro14 competition is set to be played on the same day.

Information provided on the council notice, adds that there will be 60 participants in the parade.

Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets to celebrate the team's successs.

The team have already been confirmed as the Premiership champions for the eighth consecutive season in a row following their win at Aberdeen.

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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.