Video: Celtic deliver class backstage kit launch clip

By David Walton

June 12, 2022

Celtic have this morning delivered a superb behind-the-scenes video of this season’s away kit launch.

Hoops supporters were left buzzing after the retro green and black kit was unveiled in what was a throwback to the 1992/93 Umbro kit.

And the club has today published the following video of the Celtic and Celtic Women stars modelling and giving their reaction to the kit themselves:

Josip Juranovic, Kelly Clark, and Callum McGregor all provided their thoughts on the kit, with the interviews obviously filmed before the current international break.

As for the strip itself, it’s clearly a modern spin on the kit from 30 years ago. The black base and green stripes go extremely well together with the added touch of white edges. Not to mention the shield underneath the club badge which is also a nice trick.

The new away kit is certainly popular amongst supporters on social media, and it looks as though Adidas has done it again.

Celtic away kit another absolute stunner

Adidas delivered big last year with the dark green jersey that went down a huge hit with supporters. But this is on another level.

It’s both creative and resonates with supporters in a big way. Fans have always loved having a sentimental aspect to kits in the past. That’s been delivered this season.

The black and green combinations have always been popular amongst the support too. Let’s not forget the fantastic 2006/07 away jersey during the Gordon Strachan years, for example.

Photo Illustration by Thiago Prudencio/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

It’s also great to see videos like the above with the players enjoying themselves with supporters getting a glimpse into the production of it all.

It feels like another big year is on the cards at Celtic. A year in which we’re going to be reaching new heights under Ange both domestically and in Europe.

With the right results to go with it, this season’s away kit could be a memorable one.

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