Partick Thistle FC unveiled a commemorative kit to mark the 100th anniversary of the Club’s Scottish Cup win in 1921.
The navy blue shirt features the classic Thistle crest, worn at the time of the cup success, which is patched on to the shirt as was the style in the early 1920s.
Complemented by white shorts and navy blue socks, the kit is an almost identical copy of the kit which George Easton’s men wore at Celtic Park to win the Scottish Cup on 16 April 1921.
To keep the kit as authentic as possible to the original worn 100 years ago, it will be sponsor-free without any current shirt sponsor logos.
Thistle’s first outing wearing the commemorative 1921 kit will come this Saturday when they head to Tannadice to face Dundee United in the Scottish Cup. It is also intended to wear the kit against Montrose on 17th April, Thistle’s closest fixture to the cup anniversary.
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