Here are the new Glasgow Celtic home and goalkeeper shirts made by Nike for the 2010/11 season.
The new kit released today at 12pm in Glasgow is the first to feature the new Tennant's sponsor logo. The famous green and white hoops completely surround the shirt as is traditional. The hoops appear to be the same size as the previous kits but with the colours reversed so that the Celtic and Nike swoosh appear on top of a white hoop.
A new touch to the kit is the woven pattern found within the green hoops which reads '1888' at a diagonal angle in a slightly abstract manner. Gone is the yellow trim which featured on the previous season's kit and is replaced by a black trim which can be found on the collar, cuffs and Nike swoosh.
The shorts are predominantly white with a green stripe down either side broken apart by white slits. The back of the shorts similar to the shirt features the word 'Celtic' around the small of the back. The Celtic logo most interestingly is joined by a logo of the club sponsor, Tennant's for the first time, in red with a gold and black outline.
The socks contain two green hoops running around the centre of the socks while the Nike swoosh and Celtic writing lie inbetween these on the front and back respectively.
Celtic's home goalkeeper kit comes in yellow green colour this year with a lightning bolt effect running down the sleeves similar to many club goalkeeper kits produced by Nike will be for the coming season.
Following on from the Carling initiative, the child's replica version of the kit also comes sponsorless as to promote responsible drinking.