Celtic fans arriving for today's friendly against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, paid tribute to 6 year old Bradley Lowery who died earlier this month from cancer.
Several Celtic supporters wore shirts bearing the youngster's name while others tied shirts and scarves or left gifts at the the growing display of tributes at the ground.
Once inside the ground, hundreds of Celtic fans broke into a chorus of 'There's only one Bradley Lowery', the chant made famous by Sunderland fans in support of the little boy.
Celtic also tweeted a picture showing the club's support of the Bradley Lowery Foundation, the charity set up by Bradley's mother to support other children who are fighting terminal illnesses.
Bradley died earlier this month after a long and brave battle against the childhood cancer, neuroblastoma.
In the three weeks since his death, tributes have poured in from around the world.
Meanwhile, hundreds of flowers and other gifts have been placed at the Stadium of Light, the home of Bradley's beloved Sunderland Football Club.