Top 10: Thai Tims videos

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The Thai Tims with "The Big Cup"
Thai Tims… Smaller than cups (Image: YouTube/Thai Tims)

The Thai Tims are back with a song about the career of Lionel Messi, so we thought it was a good time to round up our 10 favourite videos by the Thai-based, Celtic-affiliated children’s group.

In case you missed it, check out the new Leo Messi by The Thai Tims video now.

Want to see more? Take a look at our favourites below:

Thai Tims taste IRN BRU for the first time

The kids were delighted and we celebrated by trying Irn Bru, a Scottish soft drink, for the first time. It was a popular beverage among the kids.

Meeting Bertie Auld

Later in the morning the children had a lovely surprise: a visit from Celtic great, Bertie Auld. Bertie sat and sang songs with the children and told us football stories. Everyone loved Uncle Bertie, as the children called him.

Pash, aged 11, on meeting Bertie Auld:

Uncle Bertie touched my head and smiled at me. It made me so happy.

Thai Tims – Hot dogs in the North Stand

Ying, aged 10, at Celtic Park:

Eating hot dogs at the game was the best meal I’ve ever had. I loved eating and watching the Celtic players at the same time.

Thai Tims see inside Celtic Park for the first time

Da, aged 9, on the trip to Scotland:

The chance to go abroad is the best thing in my life. I’ll remember every moment in my heart. When I’m older I’ll look back and think about what happened in Scotland.

Thai Tims in Paradise

Thai Tims – The Celtic Song

Thai Tims – YNWA at Lennoxtown

Just Can’t Get Enough by The Thai Tims

Thai Tims – Rocky Road to Poland

Joe Ledley by The Thai Tims

In April this year the group visited Celtic Park, meeting with the players and manager before providing a guard of honour at a home game and performing at half-time.

Download the inspiring story of the Thai Tims and their recent visit to Scotland or visit the Good Child Foundation website.

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