Celtic will join Liverpool and radio stations across Europe by playing You'll Never Walk Alone on Friday morning at 7.45am.
The club announced on Thursday afternoon this show of solidarity in the face of the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Football in Scotland and around Europe has been suspended due to the threat of the virus.
The Parkhead club will join others in blasting out the famous Gerry and the Pacemakers song to an empty Celtic Park.
Supporters have been given strict instructions not to travel to Celtic Park, but instead keep tabs on the club's Twitter, Facebook and Instagram channels to receive a live-streaming link.
The statement on the club's website read: "This Friday, March 20 at 7.45am, Europe will unite behind the anthem, You’ll Never Walk Alone, in the face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"The song, which has long been synonymous with both Celtic and Liverpool, two of world football’s most famous sporting institutions, will be played on radio stations throughout Europe at the same time in a show of solidarity amongst all the nations of the continent.
"Celtic will play You’ll Never Walk Alone at Celtic Park at 7.45am on Friday morning, while Liverpool will also acknowledge the song's importance at this time.
"Supporters are urged NOT to come to Celtic Park, but the playing of the song, one which represents togetherness and unity and is so close to the hearts of our fans, will be streamed LIVE from Paradise on Celtic’s official social media platforms."