Premier League champions Chelsea have unveiled their package for the 2017/2018 season which kicks off in August.
Chelsea shall be sporting Nike jerseys subsequent season after ending their long-term relationship with Adidas on the finish of final season.
The brand new blue residence jersey and white away jersey are modelled by David Luiz, Willian, Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante. Nigeria star Victor Moses has not been pictured within the new package.
“Chelsea FC and Nike right this moment unveil our new residence and away kits for the 2017/18 season,” Chelsea introduced on their official web site on Saturday earlier than describing the brand new package intimately.
“It marks the primary collaboration of this thrilling partnership, through which Nike will produce strips for the primary workforce, Academy and Girls groups, in addition to a full vary of attire and coaching put on for tens of millions of Blues supporters world wide.
“A minimalist look creates a Chelsea residence shirt that’s fashionable and on the similar time rooted within the membership’s heritage.
“A key stage within the design course of was making certain the blue is an ideal match for the membership’s particular shade. An authentic shirt from the early 1970s was used to outline the specified blue and Nike Soccer’s attire technicians produced an ideal match.
“This Chelsea blue is mixed with up to date design particulars and Nike AeroSwift know-how to ship a package match for champions. The spherical neckline features a white trim with ‘CHELSEA’ knitted into the again of the neck in white textual content, whereas the shorts function white stripes on the flanks – these, together with blue stripes on the edges of the shirt, increase when the participant is in movement to reinforce air flow.
“‘THE BLUES’ is written contained in the cuff of the appropriate sleeve and the left sleeve is adorned with ‘EST. 1905’, referencing the yr of the membership’s formation.”
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