New Celtic Away Kit inspired by The Road to Seville kit

With all eyes fixed firmly on what Celtic are doing in the transfer window, the club decided to launch their new away kit for the coming season, inspired by the NTL sponsored kit from the Road to Seville in Season 2002-03.

According to Celtic: “The lemon chrome body of the shirt is complimented with deep teal green shoulders, complete with a modern geometric interpretation of the club’s iconic four-leaf clover crest that continues down the arms, with the satin stitch appliqued club crest sitting proudly on the shirt breast.

“A bonded chest seam provides comfort, while a mesh structure across the shoulders increases breathability and airflow. A ventilation zone integrated into the front body fabric helps to keep the players comfortable in all conditions.

“The shorts are deep teal, with an athletic fit and step-change finish to help with freedom of movement, and deep teal and lemon chrome socks complete the kit.”

Celtic’s Henrik Larsson scores against Boavista to secure the club’s place in the UEFA Cup Final in 2003.

The kit is reminiscent of the away kit that Martin O’Neill’s Celtic wore during their run to the 2003 UEFA Cup Final in Seville, with that iconic image of Henrik Larsson wheeling away after scoring against Boavista in the semi finals of the competition.

Along with the new away kit, the goalkeeper’s kit will be all-purple with luminous detail.

The kit is available to pre-order now and will be in the shops from July 4th.

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