Celtic chiefs have urged supporters to celebrate "positively, safely and responsibly" after winning the Scottish Cup against Rangers.

A message from the Parkhead club was released on social media after the triumph at Hampden.

It comes one week on from the wild scenes in Glasgow as thousands of supporters gathered in the Trongate area for an unofficial Scottish Premiership title party.

In a social media post, the Celtic statement read: "As we enjoy a memorable Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup double winning season, the Club encourages supporters to celebrate positively, safely and responsibly - mindful always that we enjoy these moments within the context of our wider community."

Supporters had scaled buildings, traffic lights and bus shelters in the mass celebrations in Glasgow last week after the league win over St Mirren.

Smoke bombs were set off with flags raised in the city centre after the triumphant league campaign.

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Supporters had been criticised for the title celebrations last week with a "substantial amount of litter, debris and broken glass" left on the streets.

Glasgow City Council stated an overnight clean-up effort was required with damage to traffic lights and bus stops cited in a scathing statement over "unacceptable" behaviour.

A spokesperson said: “As crowds began to disperse last night, they left a substantial amount of litter, debris and broken glass in a wide area around Glasgow Cross.

“After an exceptional clean-up effort by our teams overnight, the area is now clear – including the course for the Cancer Research UK Race for Life, which is taking place this morning.

“There has been damage to infrastructure such as bus stops and traffic signals, but we do not yet know the full extent of what repairs will be necessary.

“This kind of damage, disruption and antisocial behaviour remains unacceptable. It should be possible to celebrate and show a basic level of consideration for others in the city at the same time.”