Hundreds of Rangers and Celtic shirts to be sold at Glasgow pop-up
THE world's 'largest football shirt collection' is to be held at a Glasgow pop-up next week.
Nearly 1000 Rangers and Celtic shirts dating from the 1980s to present day will be sold at the touring pop-up, Classic Football Shirts.
The pop-up will also host more than 3000 shirts from teams around the globe, as well as Scottish national shirts and lesser-known team shirts.
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The pop-up will run from April 6 to 16 on the ground floor of the St Enoch Shopping Centre.
Ciaran Gold, head of retail at Classic Football Shirts, said: "This will be our third visit to the city and our biggest to date.
"We’re especially excited to open a few days before the Old Firm derby and have curated hundreds of Celtic and Rangers shirts for the occasion.
"As well as bringing more shirts than before and more of what customers have requested, we’ve moved to a bigger and more accessible venue in order to increase the amount of shirts on display at one time.
"Physically seeing all these shirts in one place really resonates with our customers and given the passion for football in Glasgow and Scotland in general, it’s why we keep coming back.
"Our shops are part-shop, part-museum. Whoever you support, being able to see some of the incredible shirts worn in the past 40 years in the flesh is an incredibly nostalgic experience."
Shirts will be available in women's, men's and children's sizes.
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Prices range from £15.
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