Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Celtic v Aberdeen - Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain - July 31, 2022 Celtic fans inside the stadium during the match REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

The Green Brigade has thanked all the supporters who played their part in the incredible full stadium tifo on Flag day.

The group put out the call earlier this summer they wanted to do something special for the opening day of the season when the Bhoys unfurled the championship flag.

The Celtic fans responded in tremendous fashion by helping fund the design to the tune of £26,866.

The GB has let the supporters know how much the stadium design cost and we’re appreciative of everyone’s efforts.

The lads also let it be known the work that went into getting such a speculator dreign from concept to what we saw on the day.

‘On Sunday the Celtic support rallied together to produce a spectacle to celebrate last season’s
triumph and inspire the team to repeat that success this season. The tifo was funded by the Celtic support and cost a total of £22,227.66

‘It was planned and designed by the Green Brigade, and together with members of North Curve
Celtic, around 38 hours was spent setting up the tifo across seven days. This season the Green Brigade launched a ‘tifo fund’ to help finance bigger and better tifos at Celtic Park, which includes at least two full stadium tifos.

‘Currently the accumulative total sits at £26,866. The total Green Brigade spend on tifo for the
season so far is £24,890.15.

‘We want to thank everyone who has donated so far. You have made our efforts possible, and we
hope that through your continued backing we can keep producing memorable tifos for the team
and support.

‘Should you wish to donate to these efforts, this fund will remain open throughout the season and we will update the page periodically to reflect spend.’

The Green Brigade has been responsible for memorable banners at Celtic Park. The full stadium tifo against Barcelona was a spectacular stand out.

The design on flax day was superb. To have the SPFL trophy shown over two stands with actual banners as ribbons was amazing.

The stress, time and effort to get it to the point it’s out in the stadium and then the pressure to get the banners in place as the team comes out must have been immense.

The bhoys responded to the fans with a 2-0 victory against Aberdeen on the day.

Well done to those involved.


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