First Minister Alex Salmond (left) and Glasgow City Council leader Steven Purcell (right) celebrate as the Scottish bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games is chosen
The Commonwealth Games decision was watched by hundreds of schoolchildren in Glasgow's Kelvin Hall
The Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow's Merchant City erupted with excitement at the result
Youngsters in the crowd at the Old Fruitmarket celebrated the announcement
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gets a hug from TV presenter Dougie Donnelly
Alex Salmond hugs Commonwealth Games Council for Scotland chair Louise Martin after the decision in Sri Lanka.
Nigerian vice president Goodluck Jonathan (left) and chair of the Abuja 2014 games bid Yakubu Gowan (second left) clap after Glasgow's win.
Athlete Lee McConnell celebrates with the Glasgow bid team in Sri Lanka
Gordon McDermid of Maryhill sent in a picture of a Glasgow road sign displaying the good news soon after the announcement was made
Alex Salmond signs the contract to host the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014