Celtic’s Adidas kits are set to hit the streets on July 10.
Social distancing will have to be observed as fans queue up to be among the first to get their hands on and bodies inside the much-anticipated kit.
Adidas have been able to step back and allow Celtic fans to create their own marketing with the design and release of the new strips one of the main topics on social media over the last three months.
Neil Lennon’s players are expected to wear Adidas kit to training tomorrow but the fans will have to wait another nine days before they can get into the kit that will be going for 10-in-a-row in the season ahead.
The Sun reports:
The Parkhead club’s five-year partnership with New Balance will end tomorrow – with Adidas taking over.
And SunSport understands the Premiership champions will unveil their new strips a week on Friday.
The sportswear giants are set to release new home, away and third kits as Celts push for ten-in-a-row.
Supporters are expected to get a glimpse of the new training gear when Neil Lennon’s side pull it on for the first time at Lennoxtown tomorrow.
Celtic’s group of stores reopened today giving them time to build up towards the flood of orders that will come in for the new-look strips.
There has still been no official launch of the kits but social media reaction has been very positive with Callum McGregor, James Forrest and Kris Ajer pictured off duty as promotional activities were being made.
As well as three sets of strips there will be goalkeeping kits, training-wear and various other items to ensure that Glasgow and beyond is Green and White all summer long.