Celtic supporters honoured the late great Billy McNeill and Stevie Chalmers as they turned an end of Hampden into a massive tribute to the Lisbon Lions duo ahead of the Scottish Cup Final.

On the 52nd anniversary of the Hoops' greatest-ever victory, Hoops fans unveiled a giant display paying tribute to the heroes both of whom sadly lost their battles with dementia last month.

McNeill captained Celtic to a 2-1 victory over Inter Milan while Chalmers scored what proved to be the winning goal.

With their side on the verge of an unprecedented third domestic clean sweep in a row, supporters produced a fitting tribute with a huge display spelling out the world Treble which quickly changed to a 5 and 9 - those being the iconic numbers of McNeill and Chalmers.

Meanwhile Celtic players also paid their own tribute at Hampden.

Neil Lennon 's players wore the number 5 on the front of their shorts and 9 on the back while a special warm-up shirt carried both players' names.

Celtic are looking to secure an historic treble Treble by defeating Hearts this afternoon.

Jambos supporters also produced a colourful display at the opposite end of the national stadium as they bedecked the West Stand in maroon and white.