Celtic 2024/25 home kit release date confirmed as Adidas set to launch early

Celtic will launch the new 2024/25 home kit will take place in mid-May after leaked pictures of the stylish design have leaked online.

The kit will be launched more than a month earlier than usual after last year’s shirt was announced as late as 30 June. However, this year leaked images of the shirt have already appeared and Adidas is expected to reveal the shirt as early as next week.

Adidas is set to make Celtic one of their earliest kit launches of 2024 with the release of the new shirt next week and fans will be able to get their hands on one before the likes of Manchester United, Newcastle and Arsenal kits arrive in club stores.

The new Celtic kit marks a number of new design features for the club. The famous green stripes are now solid bands once again after the controversial move to blurred lines in 2023. The Adidas stripes are green too, meaning there will be no black on the Celtic kit for the new season.

The kit uses darker green for the badge and Adidas logo, which will be the new design for 2024. The logo is larger and does not include the word Adidas, as seen on other Adidas kit launches this year. It also includes a white collar at the front with a green collar at the back of the kit. Betting sponsor dafabet remains for the new season.

Last year the Celtic kit cost £70 for adult short sleeved sizes and £80 for the long sleeve version. This is cheaper than other Adidas kits on the market including the new Scotland Euro 2024 shirt, which costs and eye-watering £85 for adult short sleeve kits.

Junior kits last year were priced at £55 and fans can expect similar prices this year when orders open for the new Celtic shirt.

Despite the club’s huge fanbase, Celtic are not classed as one of Adidas’ Elite teams, which means fans will not be able to buy an ‘Authentic’ kit. These are usually priced at over £120 and are closer in quality to those worn by the players themselves. It also means the club will not get a third ‘lifestyle’ kit, although Adidas does tend to launch special edition shirts aimed at the Irish market later in the season.

You can order the new Celtic shirt here.

Stephen Hurrell
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Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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