Celtic's stunning new kit ditches club badge for clean fresh look
Oof. Talk about fresh.
Adidas have pulled out all the stops for Celtic's new third kit unveiled on Monday morning. The first thing to note is that it is a sleek stealth black - like all the coolest shirts. The German sports manufacturer have gone for their Condivo template, as can be seen in the very 90s style oversized collar
The detailing is of course green (with a shot of teal in the sleeves) in a very modern minimalist design, but perhaps more surprising is the lack of traditional club crest. They've done away with the standard badge with 'The Celtic Football Club' writ large, and replaced it with a four-leaf clover motif.
It is a design that is sure to go down well with both Glaswegians and the club's enormous diaspora following around the world. Celtic first used the four-leaf design in 1938, but it's never looked more snazzy than on the new third kit. What do you think?
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