Celtic supporters will cheer on fellow fan Michael Jamieson as he bids for Olympic success after the club announced it will screen the 200m breaststroke final at Parkhead.
The final will be projected on the big screens at Parkhead before Celtic play their Champions League qualifier against HJK Helsinki.
Glasgow-born Jamieson qualified for the final with the fastest time in the heats and is aiming to follow in the footsteps of Scot Heather Stanning by taking a gold medal from London 2012.
A lifelong Celtic fan, Jamieson has been given a boost with a message of support from Neil Lennon.
“It is a great achievement for Michael to reach tonight’s final,” Lennon told Celtic’s official website.
“I know he is a big Celtic supporter and on behalf of everyone at the club, we wish him all the very best of luck for tonight.
“Hopefully we can welcome him back to Celtic Park as an Olympic medal winner in the near future.
“Michael and his team-mate, Andrew Willis, have given their all to get this far and, of course, we wish both of them well.”
The 200m breaststroke final begins at 7.30pm on Wednesday, with Celtic’s match kicking off at 7.45pm.
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