Celtic 2022/23 Kits
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Glasgow Celtic currently plays in the Scottish Premier League and is one of the most dominant clubs in the said league. Celtic wear green and white hooped home shirts and a variety of green, yellow, white and black away and third kits. The club is also one of the few to breach the '100' mark in terms of total trophies won, besting even some of today's recognised strong teams like Bayern Munich and Manchester United.
Celtic Home Kit
Celtic are identified by its green and white striped uniforms, and has great ties to Ireland and Irish immigrants to Scotland (and by association, Roman Catholicism), which is partially the cause behind the unrest that can erupt when they play Rangers (more associated with Protestantism and British Unionism).
2022/23 Celtic Home Shirt
The familiar hooped home shirt of Celtic FC in the 2022/23 season saw the traditional design filled with waves of triangles on the top and bottom edges. It was consistent with the other adidas shirts of the season that also had some triangular patterns. Touches of fade effects were added to the green hoops, giving them more life and activity. Silver shoulder stripes provided some glitter effect.
2021/22 Celtic Home Shirt
The green and white hoops of the Celts' home are back for the 2021/22 season. Kit maker adidas adds parallel pinstripe borders to the traditional design covering every inch of space on the shirt. The German brand also includes its trademark shoulder stripes in green against a white panel, mirroring the colour combination of the hooped pattern. Completing the construction of the jersey are the sleeve cuffs and round collar in white.
2020/21 Celtic Home Shirt
Scottish giants Celtic FC has officially shown their 20-21 home kit. It features an iconic hoops design, a look wherein green and white stripes go around the entire shirt, including the sleeves, horizontally. The design is crispier and cleaner compared to that of Sporting Lisbon's. Yellow pipings appear on the edges of the sleeves and the round neckline. White hoops fall on the shoulder to highlight relatively narrower green stripes, an element seen in other recent adidas kits. Logo-wise, the new Celtic shirt displays a white adidas branding on the right chest and a fully coloured Celtic crest on the left. The main sponsor Dafabet has a yellow logo and black wordmark appearing prominently on the front centre.
A gold star shines above the team symbol to commemorate the club's record as the first British club to win the European Cup. Traditional white shorts with green detailing and hooped white socks partner with the shirt for the overall new Celtic home kit.
Men's Celtic Shirt
The club's shirt had been sponsored before by CRSmith, Peoples, Umbro, NTL, Carling Tennents and Magners. Dafabet is now the main sponsor of Celtic FC. Umbro manufactured their shirts from 1976 to 2004 and then Nike from 2005 to 2015. New Balance then took over from 2015 to 2020 before settling with adidas starting with the 2020/21 season. Celtic's first kit in 1888 featured a white shirt with green collar and black knickerbockers and green and black socks. The first striped green and white shirt was first worn in 1889 where it lasted until 1903. In 1903 they went to hooped shirts and have not changed since.
Celtic whose nickname is 'The Bhoys' play at home wearing green and white hooped shirts. The list of famous players who have pulled on the shirt is enormous but just a few are Roy Aitken, Tommy Burns, Kenny Dalglish, Henrik Larsson, Lou Macari and Jock Stein.
Glasgow Celtic were founded in 1888 by the Marist Brother Walfrid as a way to raise funds to help impoverished members of Glasgow´s Irish community. They won their first of many league title in 1893. Celtic play their home games at Celtic Park, 18 Kerrydale Street in Glasgow.
Celtic together with their arch-rivals Rangers dominate Scottish football and are known collectively as the Old Firm. Celtic won the European Champions Cup in 1967, they have been Scottish League Champions and Scottish Cup winners in almost every decade since the 1890's. They have also won the Scottish League Cup in every decade since the 1950's.Find Away Kits Here
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