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125 Years of great soccer

Venezuelan striker Miku (whose full name is Nicolås Ladislao Fedor Flores) joined Celtic for the 2012-13 campaign on loan from Getafe. Miku earned his nickname after "Miklós", the Hungarian version of his first name. Born to a Hungarian father and Venezuelan mother, Miku chose to represent Venezuela in international play with his first call-up in 2006. He started his senior career with Valencia in 2004, and has been loaned to several other Spanish teams in his career.>

Keep the hoops near your heart when you're wearing this official Celtic Third Jersey from Nike!

A design features 1888-2013 (the year Celtic was founded), a special 125th anniversary Celtic team badge and a championship star surrounding the embroidered team badge.

Nike logo is embroidered in white on the right chest and sponsor design is screened below the Cetic badge.

New fabric and design lets the jersey move and manage moisture effectively and efficiently. Weave lets air constantly flow through the jersey. Open collar.

Nike logo at front along with a screened sponsor design. Celtic is screened at the back collar.

100% recycled polyester.


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Nike was founded in 1962. The company was originally called Blue Ribbon Sports. In 1982, England's Aston Villa soccer team won the English & European Cup championships in Nike's first shoe developed specifically for soccer. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay. Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup, more than any other country in a single World Cup.