To read the words UEFA Champions League: Celtic v Juventus must surely send a shiver of excitement down the spine of the club's supporters.
Just reaching the last 16 of Europe’s greatest club football spectacle is an achievement. You can imagine the cauldron of noise that will burst the rafters of Parkhead, the young fans wide eyed with wonder, the old stagers remembering past glories.
Is it indulgence for those following the green and white to have spent the past days and weeks leading up to the big match talking about nothing else, daydreaming, biting their nails in anticipation? Perhaps.
But even the neutral can only appreciate what a staggering journey it has been for the Glasgow club so far.
When Celtic kicked-off their campaign with a qualifier against Helsinki on July 31, how many people - fans included - really expected them still to be there come February, far less seeing off Lionel Messi and the Barcelona greats along the way?
Our interactive timeline below follows the story so far featuring the videos, the match reports and the social media charting the efforts of Neil Lennon and his charges to write their own bit of history.
At 11.05pm on Monday night, STV will air a special half hour preview show going into more detail about how Celtic made it to this stage with a special show hosted by Raman Bhardwaj joined by Jackie McNamara and Gabriele Marcotti.
The UEFA Champions League Special will feature all the pre-match build up and latest team information ahead of Tuesday, the big game.
STV’s coverage of the game itself begins at 7.30pm on Tuesday when Raman will be joined by Celtic legend Henrik Larsson and David Moyes, previewing the game and providing half time analysis and post game thoughts.
Raman said: “Henrik Larsson’s return to Celtic Park for the Celtic v Juventus match shows what a significant night this is for European football in Scotland. And having one of the English Premier League's best and most respected managers in David Moyes will make STV's coverage a must see for all football fans."
Elizabeth Partyka, deputy director of channels at STV, said: “Our dedicated programming will not only bring viewers all the build up to the game but also analysis from our special guests, Henrik Larsson and David Moyes.
"It will undoubtedly be an exciting few days and STV will be online and on air with all the latest action.”
Celtic v Juventus kicks-off live at 7:45pm on STV and will be streamed live online at stv.tv where fans can join in live interactive chat via Twitter using the hashtag #CelticUCL
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