Celtic group The Green Brigade celebrate 15 years with video of Glasgow pyro display
Celtic ultras group The Green Brigade have posted a new video of their pyro and graffiti display in Glasgow to celebrate 15 years together.
The group, which over the years has inspired joy, celebrated Celtic, pressured the club, provoked controversy and done major work for charity, has really been going for that long.
A clip was posted to the North Curve Celtic Twitter account tonight.
Green Brigade graff crew mark 15 years of the Green Brigade.
— North Curve Celtic (@NCCeltic) July 5, 2021
The fans group, unable to watch Celtic in person, spent much of the pandemic period raising money and supporting NHS staff on the frontline of the public response.
As we discussed last year, they raised over £10,000, backed by the wider Celtic support.
Over the piece, they also haven’t been shy about expressing their dissatisfaction with the running of the club and the disaster that was last season.
Along with the rest of the Celtic support, The Green Brigade will be preparing to return to Paradise later this year to cheer on Ange Postecoglou’s Bhoys.
Restrictions on crowds in Scottish stadia are scheduled to be lifted next month, though this still has to be confirmed by The Scottish Government.
That will be a glorious and emotional moment. We can’t wait to see what kind of noise and colour can be created after such a long time away from watching the team.
No doubt The Green Brigade will be a massive part of that in their 16th year.
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