The Green Brigade have called on Celtic fans to make a 'wall of noise and colour' once again in Glasgow's east end. 

Celtic Women's team will take on Hearts next month on Sunday, April 21 at Parkhead. 

The game will kick off at 4.10pm, and will present the ladies' team with an opportunity to play at Celtic Park in front of a large crowd. 

Last May, Hoops supporters packed out the 'Celtic End,' with the Green Brigade largely responsible for the noisy atmosphere created behind the goal in the Jock Stein Stand against the same opponents.

Now, the ultras group is calling for another big crowd to attend the game against the Jambos, as Elena Sadiku's side continues to chase down the SWPL title alongside Rangers and current champions Glasgow City.

The group wrote on X: "Last May, Paradise belonged to the Ghirls as record crowds got behind them for a dramatic season end.

"Once again, fans have the opportunity to join The Celtic End and create the same wall of noise and colour that inspired the Ghirls. Ticket details will be confirmed ASAP."

Jo Potter's Rangers side currently leads the title race with 60 points, with Celtic and City a single point behind in second and third respectively. 

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Meanwhile, as the Scotland players sat dejectedly in the away dressing room deep in the bowels of the Johan Cruyff Arena on Friday night and tried to figure out how on earth they had just been beaten 4-0 by the Netherlands, the same phrase was uttered over and over. 

“A few of the boys said, ‘It’s time we won a game again’,” recalled Bournemouth midfielder Ryan Christie yesterday as he looked back on the painful defeat to the Dutch in Amsterdam.