Here is the new Chelsea away shirt and kit for the 2015-16 season. The new strip is again supplied by Adidas and displays the new kit sponsors ‘Yokohama Tyres’. Continue reading
Chelsea are the current Premier League Champions and the new kit is launched with the motto, ‘if it’s not blue it will be’. Continue reading
The new away kit is inspired by famous yellow kits from Chelsea’s past. Continue reading
Here is the new Chelsea home shirt and kit for the upcoming 2014-15 season. The new strip is made by Adidas and was officially revealed on April 4 2014 under the ‘Forever Blue’ campaign. Continue reading
Here is the new Chelsea away shirt and kit for the 2013/14 season. The new strip is made by Adidas and Samsung are the kit sponsors. The Adidas launched the new kit with the slogan, “It’s not white, it’s blue.” Chelsea has recently announced the return of Jose Mourinho as manager of the club and this will be the away kit for his first season back in charge.
Here we have a vintage Chelsea football shirt from Seasons 1990-1992. This was the away shirt and as you can see was predominately red and white, with a diamond like pattern. The shirt was produced by Umbro. I wonder how popular this shirt was among the Chelsea fans. Continue reading
As Chelsea breezed into the Final of the Club World Cup one player in particular received some positive comments after his impressive display. That player is David Luiz, who Gary Neville once said, “He plays like he’s being controlled by a 10 year old on a Playstation.’ Luiz has been frequently criticised for his erratic defending and poor positional play. But that was when he was playing at the heart of the Chelsea defence. New Chelsea manager, Rafa Benitez, moved Luiz into midfield in the Club World Cup game against Monterrey and Luiz excelled in his new role and he played a major part in Chelsea’s 3-1 win. Continue reading
As Rafael Benitez looks forward to his first match in charge as Chelsea’s new interim manager there has been much comment on his appointment. And much of it has been far from positive; particularly from the fans. Is Benitez really the right man for Chelsea? Can he turn around the fortunes of £50 million striker Fernando Torres? Continue reading