celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

Celtic Football Club unveiled its new 12/13 Nike away kit, which is available here
The 2012/13 season is set to be an extraordinary one, as Celtic Football Club, founded in 1888 will be celebrating its 125th anniversary. Nike has created special kits for this anniversary.

The away jersey is a modern classic, inspired by the club´s proud history. The jersey focuses on a contemporary design – it stays true to Celtic’s roots and is hooped, but in a more tonal way.

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The hoops are coloured anthracite with black, giving the jersey a very contemporary and sophisticated look. The club crest is surrounded by a Celtic-knot work. The club’s Irish heritage is reflected with green, white and gold colour accenting on the sleeves and the socks which reflect Celtic’s strong Irish roots.

Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell said: “We´re delighted with the new away kit for next season and we are sure it will be popular with our supporters. We very much look forward to celebrating our 125th year and the kits which have been developed are a fitting tribute to this milestone season.

"Once again, we would like to thank both Nike for their work in this regard and, of course, Tennent´s our shirt sponsor with whom we have enjoyed an excellent relationship and who have made such an important contribution to the club."

Steve Annand, Commercial Managing Director for Tennent Caledonian Breweries, said: “As main club sponsor, with an almost 40-year association with Scottish football, we were proud to play our part in the development of the new home shirt and feel this new away kit will be another winner with the fans.

Thanks to David

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

celtic 12/13 nike away football shirt

Comments (4)

  1. Guest

This is how the badge should look. The shirt would look better without the gold on the collar, otherwise 10/10.

  1. Guest

I hate it when the badges only use the one colour. It looks like a cheap print and reminds me of Chelsea&#039;s hideous day-glo efforts, (their new away kit and the last two goalkeeper kits are particularly ugly). Admittedly doing it in gold gives it more class but when all of the colours are taken out of the crest it loses all of its character. <br />Swapping the gold for white and using the original crest, this shirt would be perfect.

  1. Kristian

agree with first comment..but would prefer no gold.. just white

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