The Celtic Shirt was born out of a love for Celtic and a dream to one day have a shirt worn for the cause by one of our club’s heroes.
In 2016, the collection became part of the renowned National Football Collection, which is the UK’s largest private collection of football memorabilia and includes an extensive catalogue of matchworn shirts. As an official partner of The National Football Museum, they have many items on permanent loan for public display including the 1930 World Cup Final Ball and Pele’s debut World Cup shirt from 1958.
We would love to hear from all collectors of Celtic matchworn shirts along with those who have managed to get hold of a piece of our history.
We also offer an expert, no obligation valuation service for those looking to sell Celtic shirts, so please get in touch via our contact us page for more information.
If you are a current or former player and are looking to to sell all or part of your collection including shirts, swap shirts, medal and boots then we are also more than happy to help.
We have already helped a number of ex-players and employees connected with Celtic to sell all or part of their collections with a discrete and confidential service which retains your anonymity if required.