You never know these days, but the new Celtic away kit for next season might just have appeared online. Now we're not saying it's confirmed, but unlike a lot of supposed leaks, it appears to be a picture of an actual shirt with tags, as opposed to a graphic design made by a fan on his computer, so there is that. Featuring the same collar as the new Porto home shirt, the design has a subtle green tartan print across the shoulders and top of the sleeves, while the logos are all in a monochromatic green colour against the yellow background. The new home kit with it's broken hoops divided the fans, if this one is legit, will it be more universally popular? By Jules Boyle Reporter.
New Celtic away kit confirmed with leaked photo
Possible Celtic away kit for /20 leaked online - Football Scotland
Possible Celtic away kit for 2019/20 leaked online
The images, which appeared on well-known site FootyHeadlines show a yellow shirt with a subtle dark green tartan design incorporated in panels on the shoulders. Made by New Balance and sponsored by Dafabet, all badges and logos are in dark green to match the shoulder panels. Although there are no images of the shorts, it seems likely they will be a similar green to the shoulder panels, with yellow and green socks to accompany. The Hoops first adopted yellow as an alternative kit in the early s, wearing a yellow shirt and yellow shorts with yellow and green socks for a December match against Hibs.
We showed you an image of it last month, but at the time there was no guarantees that it was legit. Now, with a leaked image of Ryan Christie wearing it, it looks definite that Celtic's away kit for next season has been confirmed. Featuring the same collar as the new Porto home shirt, the design has a subtle green tartan print across the shoulders and top of the sleeves, while the logos are all in a monochromatic green colour against the yellow background. The shorts are in that same deep green with the badge in gold, while the socks match the top's gold colour. Celtic fans are already debating the quality of the design online, with many likening it to the classic gold NTL number worn by Martin O'Neill's side in his first season at Parkhead.