Celtic fans have been caught on camera chanting a vile song about the death of murdered soldier Lee Rigby.
The clip is believed to have been filmed on Saturday before the match between Celtic and Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.
Celtic fans have been caught on camera chanting a vile song about the death of murdered solider Lee Rigby
Before the game there were ugly scenes as rival supporters clashed in street brawls and launched smoke bombs leading to 19 arrests by police.
Tommy Robinson, the EDL founder, was also there wearing a Glasgow Rangers shirt - the arch rivals of Celtic.
Extremist Michael Adebowale, 25, was jailed for 45 years and accomplice Michael Adebolajo, 32, was jailed for life for killing the off-duty soldier Lee Rigby near his barracks on May 22, 2013.
The pair knocked him down with a car before hacking him to death with a meat cleaver and knives.
In footage uploaded to Facebook yesterday, the rowdy Hoops supporters can be seen singing 'f*** Lee Rigby, you won't be f***ing drumming anymore!'
There was shocked reaction to the footage, which has now been viewed more than one million times, on social media.
One viewer said: 'I'm a Celtic season ticket holder and they're just scum bags we don't need associated with our club.'
Another commenter wrote: 'I am a Celtic fan and I find this absolutely disgusting. These scum bags should be identified and banned from the club for life... they are not a reflection of the rest of the fans.'
Extremist Michael Adebowale, 25, was jailed for 45 years and accomplice Michael Adebolajo, 32,