GLASGOW City Council have revealed the roads set to shut for a proposed Celtic parade through Glasgow if they win the treble Treble.

As previously reported by the Evening TImes, the Hoops plan to hold a procession through the city if they beat Hearts in the Scottish Cup Final on May 25.

The council have already granted permission for the parade, which would leave Hampden Park at 6.15pm and travel to the east end.

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

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

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But, the club won't be able to use their home ground as the Rugby Pro14 competition will be held there the same day.

The following restrictions will be in place:

Prohibition of driving from 5pm to 9pm on the May 25

Saltmarket for its full length

Clyde Street between Saltmarket and Stockwell Street

Bridgegate between Kings Street and Saltmarket

Evening Times:

Greendyke Street between Turnbull Street and Saltmarket

Crown Street for its full length

Albert Street for its full length

No waiting, loading or unloading from 3pm on May 24 to 9pm on May 25

Saltmarket for its full length

Clyde Street between Saltmarket and Stockwell Street

Bridgegate between Kings Street and Saltmarket

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Greendyke Street between Turnbull Street and Saltmarket

Crown Street for its full length

Albert Street for its full length

The proposed parade is expected to include 60 participants, while thousands of fans are thought to be lining the streets to celebrate the team.

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If they claim victory over Hearts at the William Hill Scottish Cup final, they will become the first club in Scottish football history to complete the triple treble.