The Scottish FA will air the 2017 Scottish Cup Final contested between Celtic and Aberdeen on their social media accounts this afternoon, starting at 3pm, the association announced on Twitter.
It's Sunday, and we have a cracker of a match coming up for you at 3pm as @CelticFC take on Aberdeen in the 2017 Scottish Cup Final.
Watch the stream from 3pm on our Facebook and YouTube.
➡️ YouTube: https://t.co/2rte7VHRzI
— William Hill Scottish Cup (@ScottishCup) March 29, 2020
It was, of course, the final that ended with Celtic becoming invincible treble winners, the culmination of a glorious first season under Brendan Rodgers.
Aberdeen actually went ahead in the match thanks to Jonny Hayes, with Stuart Armstrong equalising for the Hoops shortly after.
A hard-fought match would follow, one which threatened to go to extra time and potentially penalties.
However, a glorious Tom Rogic run and finish sparked scenes of chaotic celebration in the stands and in Celtic supporting homes around the world.
Limbs, tears, it had the lot.
That moment will go down in folklore as one of the greatest in the club’s history, so it’s fantastic news that anyone looking for a bit of Sunday shutdown entertainment can relive it again.
A lack of live match action has left clubs and broadcasters dive into their archive content to please supporters.
From Champions League highlights on BT Sport to derby thrashings on Celtic TV, it’s clear there is a demand to reminisce about great Celtic moments gone by.
With the entire country instructed to stay at home where possible, the content is very welcome.