Celtic have revealed the proposed parade route for a treble Treble celebration if they win the Scottish Cup final. 

The Scottish Champions intend to hold a procession through Glasgow if they are victorious against Hearts in the Scottish Cup Final on May 25. 

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The parade route has already been given the green light by Glasgow City Council, which will see Celtic players and staff travel through the city centre. 

HeraldScotland: A proposed route for the parade A proposed route for the parade

Under plans for if Celtic win the final, the parade will leave from Hampden at 6:15pm. 

The route will see a bus go down Cathcart Road, travelling through Cumberland Street, Crown Street, Saltmarket and Gallowgate.

Rather than finish at Celtic Park, which is hosting the Pro14 Final, the planned parade will finish on Barrack Street. 

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Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets if Celtic managed to lift the famous trophy.

If Celtic 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.