New Balance and Celtic to reveal new home kit at event in Glasgow

CELTIC and New Balance are excited to announce that the club’s official 2018/19 Home Kit will be unveiled in Glasgow on Monday, April 23, and a limited number of places will be available for supporters to attend this exclusive event.

The players will debut the new season kit for the first time at the event, which is hosted by New Balance, in St Luke’s, a music & arts venue in the Calton area of the city

The night kicks off at 5:30pm with world-renowned DJ (and Celtic fan!) Jackmaster, who’ll be joined by Jonjoe on the decks to entertain supporters, before the Bhoys and Ghirls take to the stage to reveal the new 2018/19 Celtic Home Kit.

This is a free event, with official club sponsor Magners also providing a free pint on arrival to all fans.

To attend this live kit launch event, supporters must collect a free wristband, available from Scottish Celtic stores now.  Please note that the Argyle Street store is currently closed for renovation.

Availability is limited and wristbands will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis with a maximum of 2 per person.

Please note that demand is expected to be extremely high and capacity is limited, so don’t delay in collecting your wristband to avoid disappointment.

A dedicated area will be available for disabled fans. Please contact [email protected] to apply for your place.

Entry to the event, which will run from 5:30pm until approximately 8pm, will be available with a wristband only. There will be no entry on the door so please don’t travel to the venue without a wristband.

If you don’t get a wristband to join the Bhoys on the night, you will be able to follow all the action LIVE on social media, through the NBFootball & Celtic official Facebook pages, so you won’t miss a moment of the 2018/19 Home Kit reveal.

The new Celtic 18/19 Home Kit from New Balance will be available to pre-order online immediately after the reveal at newbalance.co.uk, celticsuperstore.co.uk and in our stores across Scotland and Ireland.........

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