Celtic fans were underwhelmed by a sneak preview of the new lighting system inside Celtic Park.
Including the new hybrid pitch around £5m has been spent in and around the stadium during the close season as the club consolidates the finest stadium in the country.
An early evening video clip of the lights however doesn’t make much impact although no doubt they will be impressive on winter nights.
Lots of progress made at Paradise as work continues. Here’s a sneak peek at our new lights – Celtic Park nights are going to be even more ????????????! pic.twitter.com/mSSoIc4yhd
— Celtic Football Club (@CelticFC) July 12, 2018
Coupe of millions spent on lightbulbs and stuff s all good and well , I,d like creative midfielder and maybe a new RB myself
— Robert Kennedy 1888 (@bhoyforlfe) July 12, 2018
Probably would have been better filming this when it’s dark
— Andy (@AndyDalton22) July 12, 2018
look pish in daylight
hopefully look better in darkness
— CelticVines (@Celtic_Vines) July 12, 2018
Imagine 11pm last day of the transfer window, pitch black but then the lights come on & Patrick Roberts is standing there in the No.7. That’s why you got these lights right?
— Until…?????? (@delbhoy007) July 12, 2018
Well done guys making this happen..on a euro night in November this will cone into it’s own
— THE Internet Bampot (@inetbampot45) July 12, 2018
Someone’s got a new toy.
The new lights getting tested at Celtic Park. pic.twitter.com/qmveuIKfZa
— Ginty (@Ginty1888) July 12, 2018
Fans will get their first look at the new pitch on Saturday when Standard Liege visit on friendly action as the hoops sharpen up for the Champions League qualifiers.
After winning 3-0 away to Alashkert the second leg against the Armenian champions should be a formality before a much tougher test.
Rosenborg or Valur will visit Celtic on July 24 or 24 with the Icelandic side taking a 1-0 first leg lead into the return match in Norway on Wednesday.