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Glasgow Celtic FC Football Club Metal Pin Badge Crest Logo Emblem Official

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Having studied our early years it’s clear that although badges were not as prominent as they are today in recognising a brand we did use the Celtic Cross, the harp, and the 3 leafed shamrock. In a book about the legendary Celtic defender James 'Dun' Hay (by his grandson Roy Hay – 'The Story of a Footballer' 2004) the above photo appears confirming that this was the design used on medals issued by the club to the players who won every major trophy available in Scotland that year, the first time this had been done. All were informed that the idea was to choose the best looking badge, independent of their support for the clubs. We now reveal the top ten badges of the vote as homage to Luiz Fernando Bindi, journalist, a great specialist in club badges who died prematurely in July of 2008.

Not known to have been an official badge, and there is actually a badge which was 99% the same as used for similar Rangers adverts, in papers. This badge make a top scoring addition to your collection and it is bound to get you noticed next time you are at the game and they will also make a lovely gift for a loyal fan.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Considering that the club previously used a Celtic cross, the clover leaf could also stand for the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. There are reports that the shamrock was used on the Wee Green Book from 1932, so maybe that trumps this one.

After the 2007/08 season, the star was retained and the badge remained the same until 2012/13 season, when Celtic celebrated their 125th anniversary by using a 1994 badge encircled by an attractive Celtic knot and an alternative badge featuring a Celtic cross.As of the end of the 2018/19 season, their honours include being crowned Scottish champions on 50 occasions, 39 Scottish Cups and 18 Scottish League Cups. The leaves of the clover feature a unique striped pattern, which makes the whole logo modern and crispy.

After due consultation and consideration, Celtic supporters either at club or association level responded to this ‘request and the plaque design was gifted to Celtic F. The current badge is an amendment of the previous badge after the takeover in 1995 when the club changed their financial status to a Public Limited Company from a Private Limited Company, hence the writing around the badge had to be amended. However, it was not for many years before the club did formally adopt the four leafed clover as the official club badge, but the first steps had already been taken. Clear examples of the 3 leaf being used until then was the large green 3 leaf shamrock glass plaque in honour of John Thomson along with the large 3 leaf shamrock used on his goalkeeper top which was common at that time. However, back in 1908, four-leafed clover badges as below were created by the club and presented to players in honour of the first team’s great achievement in season 1907-08 for winning a domestic quadruple.The Celtic Handbook from 1938 has the new badge on the front cover for the first time instead of advertising and the logo was the same on the 50th year Jubilee Dinner in the Grosvenor Hotel. So I liked your new badge so much I got it tattooed on my leg at the weekend, like yourself I had my doubts because the original badge is so close to my heart but I love your re-design its different and unique but also very original, so thanks a lot for the inspiration. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Its a metal crest badge with a stud fixed you can wear them on your shirt scarf bag or anywhere else you can think to put them. Celtic FC Trainer Badges allow you to personalise your footwear, making a proud statement about your favourite club.

The badge is displayed on all articles of Celtic merchandise and countless millions of people all over the world have seen this unique badge on an equally unique and impressive hooped shirt.I was one of the very first to cast eyes on the Badge when I sat on my father’s knee on a Celtic bus in Bonnybridge and I was only two years old. Possibly the earliest evidence of the standard four leaf clover badge officially being used by the club. The bottom part of the frame comprises the “1888” mark surrounded by two abstract lines, resembling two bats. This whole ReBrand project was first inspired by my toying around with the iconic Celtic badge over over many years. Celtic’s shirts did not feature a regular badge until 1977 (based on a badge that first appeared on the cover of their 50th [Golden] Jubilee Dinner menu in 1938), upon which most of their subsequent badges have been based.

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