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Chelsea FC Kits 2020/21: Home, Away & Alternate

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Chelsea FC Kits

Chelsea FC kits 2020/21? Are you interested in the Chelsea FC new kits 2020/21? Here we look at all of the Chelsea kits from this season 2020/21. Which kit do you like? The home shirt 2020/21 is, as always, blue.

In 2017, Chelsea changed shirt sponsors to Nike. After the 2015-16 season, Chelsea announced that they cancelled their agreement with Adidas six years early. This was so they could sign a better deal with Nike. So, Nike designed brand new shirts for Chelsea. The home shirt is dark blue and they have got rid of the traditional Adidas white stripes. The away shirt is of light-blue colour with patterns running down to give a “classic tailored aesthetic”.

Chelsea FC Kits Deal Announcement

“Mobile technology has revolutionised the way football clubs and supporters interact with each other which makes Chelsea FC and Three such natural partners,” said Chelsea chief executive Guy Laurence. “We have a social media following of over 100 million and the official app, The 5th Stand, has had nearly four million downloads. We stream live women’s and Academy football with men’s first team highlights available soon after matches.

“It truly is an area from which regular fans are benefitting and as communications technology develops in the coming years, Three will be at the forefront of the advances with the exciting roll-out of 5G networks, helping to enhance and expand the experience of being a Chelsea supporter in the modern digital age.

“With Three, we have found a partner, who share our passion for innovation and we are delighted to have them on board and on our shirts.”

Chelsea FC Kits Sponsorship 

Dave Dyson, CEO of Three UK, adds: “Chelsea FC is a great match for Three – we share the same values and are both playing to win. This partnership is a great way to kick off 2020, when we are building the UK’s fastest 5G network and Chelsea are building the best team.

‘Chelsea FC is many teams in one club – and it is important to us that this sponsorship covers not only the men’s team, but also the women’s and the Academy as well. Three UK has enough 5G spectrum to put us in the top 10 holdings in the world and give our customers the very best 5G service, and we want to be with the team that can drive that winning message over the next few years.’

Chelsea FC Home Kit 2020/21

So, here you can see Chelsea kit home, away and third kits for the 2020/21 season.

“The kit is really, really smart – very Chelsea,” says striker Tammy Abraham. “You can see the story behind the kit with how it looks and all the little touches that remind you of a good suit. I think we will certainly be the best dressed team next season.”

Fran Kirby, whose goals led the Blues to the WSL title this season, added, “I’m really excited to be wearing this kit when we take to the pitch again for the 20/21 season.”

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Chelsea FC Away Kit 2020/21

How does the Chelsea away kit 2020/21 look like? Here is Chelsea new away kit 2020/21:

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Chelsea FC Third Kit 2020/21

How does the Chelsea third kit 2020/21 look like? Here is Chelsea new third kit 2020/21:

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Chelsea FC Kit Numbers 2020/21

We have compiled the new jersey numbers give out to the entire senior Chelsea squad for the 2020/21 season. We have plenty of new faces ready to welcomed by the fans and here are their jersey numbers –

(NOTE: Jersey numbers are subjected to change based on players leaving or coming in. All numbers will be updated as soon as they are released by the club.

# Player & Position
1 Kepa
Goalkeeper
13 Willy Caballero
Goalkeeper
16 Edouard Mendy
Goalkeeper
2 Antonio Rüdiger
Centre-Back
15 Kurt Zouma
Centre-Back
4 Andreas Christensen
Centre-Back
Malang Sarr
Centre-Back
29 Fikayo Tomori
Centre-Back
2 Thiago Silva
Centre-Back
21 Ben Chilwell
Left-Back
33 Emerson
Left-Back
3 Marcos Alonso
Left-Back
28 César Azpilicueta
Right-Back
24 Reece James
Right-Back
5 Jorginho
Defensive Midfield
7 N’Golo Kanté
Central Midfield
17 Mateo Kovacic
Central Midfield
12 Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Central Midfield
47 Billy Gilmour
Central Midfield
6 Danny Drinkwater
Central Midfield
Marco van Ginkel
Central Midfield
Victor Moses
Right Midfield
29 Kai Havertz
Attacking Midfield
19 Mason Mount
Attacking Midfield
55 Faustino Anjorin
Attacking Midfield
10 Christian Pulisic
Left Winger
20 Callum Hudson-Odoi
Left Winger
22 Hakim Ziyech
Right Winger
11 Timo Werner
Centre-Forward
9 Tammy Abraham
Centre-Forward
23 Michy Batshuayi
Centre-Forward
18 Olivier Giroud
Centre-Forward

Chelsea Best Kits Ever

Chelsea FC first ever kit? Chelsea best kits ever? Which Chelsea kits from the past are your favourite? Here we have the best Chelsea kits in recent history (in my opinion). Chelsea FC kits history? Chelsea FC kits through the years!

Chelsea Home Kit 2008-09

Chelsea FC kits 17 18 best kits ever 2008 Joe Cole

This classic Chelsea FC shirt from 2008 is one of my favourites. The collar design and colours are beautiful.

Chelsea Home Kit 2012/13

Chelsea FC kits 17 /8 best kits ever 2012 Oscar

This Chelsea kit from 2012 is one of my favourites. The kit has nicely placed stripes along with nice colours. I love the shirt round collar too. Probably one of the best designs by Adidas for Chelsea shirts. This was also the year Chelsea had all those silky players like Oscar and Juan Mata. They made the shirt look even better!

Chelsea Home Kit 1995/96

Chelsea FC kits 17/18 best kits ever 1995 1996 Chelsea kit Craig Burley Gianluca Vialli

This classic Chelsea shirt from 1995 is one of my favourites. The collar design, the dark blue colour set it apart from most. Nike tried to replicate this colour in their 17/18 Chelsea shirt.

Chelsea Home Kit 1999/00

Chelsea FC kits 17 18 Chelsea best kits ever 1999 Gianfranco Zola

This classic Chelsea jersey was worn by famous Chelsea players such as Gianfranco Zola and Gus Poyet. The classic all-blue kit is simple but elegant. The crest was different back then too with a more simple CFC logo.

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