Cork City fans take over the city for Green Friday

Cork City fans take over the city for Green Friday

Picture: Con O’Connor on Twitter

Cork City go to Oriel Park tonight knowing a draw is enough to claim the SSE Airtricity League title and their fans are supporting them by showing their colours on #GreenFriday.

The green of Cork City can be seen everywhere, even the buildings are involved in the excitement.

Old and young are getting involved, there’s no age limit on being a fan.

They even have a celebrity following.

One fan has decided that a range of fictional characters are secretly Cork City fans

Cork City fans take over the city for Green Friday

Picture: Richy Hadlow on Twitter

There are statues getting involved.

And of course, there’s a Cork City car.

Check out more on Twitter using the hashtag #GreenFriday.

Best wishes to all League of Ireland fans heading to the match, hope it’s a great night for everyone.

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