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  1. 125 Years of great soccer
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125 Years of great soccer

Joe Ledley has been with Celtic since 2010. He made his senior club debut with Cardiff City, the team he grew up supporting, at age 17. Ledley is a very physical player and is as intense a defender as he is an attacker. On an international level, Ledley plays for Wales.

The new home jersey Nike has created for Celtic has those famous white and green hoops.

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.

The hoop (stripe) design honors Celtic's history. Celtic's jersey usually has seven hoops but this year it features nine hoops honoring the record nine consecutive Scottish league titles Celtic won between 1965 and 1974 - a record that has never been beaten.

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

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 by former University of Oregon runner Phil Knight and his coach, Bill Bowerman. Rules of the Game: The player making a throw-in may not touch the ball again until it has touched another player. The earliest documented use of the word football appears in a proclamation by King Henry IV of England in 1409. The CONCACAF Championship/Gold Cup, first held in 1963, has been won seven times by Mexico and four times by the USA. In the first US Open Cup Final, played in 1914, Brooklyn Field Club defeated Brooklyn Celtic, 2-1.