Celtic add 16 new items to club store as third kit now available to pre-order
Celtic have this morning unveiled the brand new third-kit for the 2021/22 season, with the kit now available to pre-order on the club store website.
The Hoops added 16 new items to the store this morning including the new third kit and third goalkeeping kit.
The new design this year has certainly split many. With a white jersey that contains verticle green and pink stripes to go with a dark green v-neck collar, it’s definitely a unique design the club has gone for this season.
Matching white shorts and socks with pink and black stripes also continue that uniqueness. Prices for the adult kit will set fans back £115. For the junior kit, supporters will need to fork out £87. The infant third kit comes in at £45.
The official release date of the new stock will be on July 15th. However, fans can pre-order theirs today.
Celtic third kit isn’t uniting the supporters; mixed feelings aplenty
The third goalkeeper kit is also available in stock with a vibrant-looking pink and purple design to it. The full kit again costs £115, with the long-sleeved jersey costing an extra fiver.
Season-ticket holders can use their £50 club shop voucher given to them by Celtic for renewing their tickets. This will allow some supporters to whittle down the price considerably.
The Hoops will be looking to continue to raise funds for the summer window after a massive return on season tickets so far. The third kit release will provide another way to do just that.
But it isn’t a design that’s universally uniting the Celtic supporters in delight. There are plenty of mixed feelings towards the new kit.
Below, we take a look at some of the reaction to this morning’s announcement:
I’m not annoyed at the rubbish design, that’s hardly a new thing. I’m annoyed that some geniuses at Celtic and Adidas must think it’s a good design. Also, the terrible marketing about “real fans”. 😄 https://t.co/SfmoSULCTo
— Jim McNellis (@Jim_McNellis) July 5, 2021
This truly is awful.
I mean, why centralise the badge and Adidas logo?
It wouldn't have made it great, but would've been far more understandable.
Imagine this will be the worst performing in terms of sales, in many a year https://t.co/3QkQuluyqd
— P9 (@TheNewtonSammy) July 5, 2021
Absolutely terrible but hopefully if we can look back on that kit and say it’s the worst thing about this upcoming season then we can live with it https://t.co/NDPF0Cxyq5
— TJDSBlog (@TJDSBlog) July 5, 2021
Without a sponsor this will actually look quite good https://t.co/DYA9CoDwTS
— Aaron (@Knoxy2000_) July 5, 2021
don’t care wit anyone says this is banging https://t.co/cOA6Re6oNy
— L (@L4ur3nMcV) July 5, 2021
This is easily one of the nicest tops we've had in years https://t.co/q1u32lEX06
— James (@jt67_) July 5, 2021
We just going to all start wearing badges above belly buttons now aye. 👀
Someone has had a shocker with this. https://t.co/a5GZhXt4ax
— Owen (@OwenWright) July 5, 2021
Annoying thing is a hink this would be a belter with no sponsor if it had a round neck https://t.co/kTzMNXH4Wp
— SupremeLeader ™ 🍋 (@NorthKoreaCSC) July 5, 2021