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

The English striker started his senior career with Grays Athletic in 2004, and signed with Celtic in 2010. Since then, Gary Hooper has made an impact on the squad with his strength, intensity and finishing skills.

The new away jersey Nike has created for Celtic's 125th anniversary season has those famous hoops only in a more subtle dark and light black pattern.

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

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

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

100% recycled polyester.

Cheer on Gary Hooper, Charlie Mulgrew and Kris Commons in their official jersey.


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