Continuing their kit-designing hot-streak Nike are back again today with the reveal of the Glasgow Celtic Home Shirt 2010 – 2012 !

New Celtic Home Shirt 2010 - 12

With new sponsor Tennant’s on board, replacing last year’s sponsors, Carling, the new Celtic Home shirt for the 2010 – 2011 season has a slightly draker feel to it than last year.

New Celtic Home Shirt 2010 - 12

Keen Celtic Fans will also notice that the new Home Kit does away with all the Yellow trim that adorned the neck and sleeves of the previous home shirt, replacing it with an understated black.

New Celtic Home Shirt 2010 - 12

Our first reaction to the shirt was how great the tartan effect in the green of the Hoops looks on this home shirt. However, on closer inspection, it’s not tartan at all – it’s actually the number ‘1888’ in a very stylised, squared off font – clever!

New Celtic Home Shirt 2010 - 12

Once again, Nike have offered up something a little extra to their usual templates – showcased earlier in the week with Inter Milan’s new Away Kit and Barcclona’s new Away Shirt – by letting their designers go wild with the ‘1888’ graphic in the hoops, and the new Celtic Home Shirt is one of our favourite Celtic shirts in years because of it – so hats off to Nike again!

New Celtic Home Shirt 2010 - 12

The Bhoys will be fired up for the 2010 – 2011 season, as the past two seasons have ended in disappointment for the hoops, so maybe this new Celtic Home Shirt will be just the kickstart they need to beat Rangers to the title!

Cost: £44.99

CELTIC HOME SHIRT 2010 / 2012, 7.5 out of 10 based on 26 ratings

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  1. says: Fifinho

    I saw images on another website that had Carling on the front? Also, in those images the green seemed darker and did the shirt some more justice. Haven’t been too impressed with Nike kits of late but I feel this has a nice balance between modern and retro

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