18 most memorable banners from the 2018/19 Scottish football season

Banners are common place at Scottish football grounds these days: some are designed to offend, some to offer support or pay tribute, while others explicitly make clear the position of a fan base.

Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 2:53 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th March 2019, 3:22 pm

Here’s a selection of the most notable ones from this campaign so far.

Rangers fans pay tribute to Paul Gascoigne prior to the Old Firm clash at Ibrox in late December.
Celtic fans send a message of support to Leigh Griffiths after it's revealed the striker will take time away from the game to focus on off-field problems.

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Aberdeen fans hit out at the SPFL over the arrangement of the Betfred Cup semi-finals.
Hearts fans poke fun at Celtic supporters after Brendan Rodgers' departure from the club.
Celtic fans hang a banner aimed at former manager Brendan Rodgers the day after he left for Leicester City.
Rangers fans mock Steve Clarke after the Kilmarnock boss highlighted sectarian abuse suffered during a match between the sides.
Kilmarnock fans show their support for manager Steve Clarke ahead of the 1-0 defeat to Livingston.
Motherwell fans unveil a banner paying tribute to a supporter who passed away.
Celtic fans poke fun at Valencia over the La Liga side's dispute with DC Comics.
Queen of the South fans honour star striker Stephen Dobbie.
Celtic fans display a banner that, erm, did not age well.
Oh dear.
Easter Road supporters herald 'Hibs class' prior to a 1-0 derby defeat to rivals Hearts.
Rangers fans paid tribute to fan Grant Armitage, who died of cancer.
Rangers fans create a display prior to this side's clash with Rapid Vienna in the Europa League.
Hearts fans rally around manager Craig Levein after the coach suffered a heart attack.
Celtic fans deem Dedryck Boyata not fit to wear the shirt after his self-imposed absence from the team. He later scores in the winner in a 1-0 triumph over Hamilton and retains his place in the side.
Aberdeen fans unfurl a banner for Eddie Sellbach.