The Blues have ended the partnership with Yokohama.
And Three wil replace them from the next season.
UK telecommunications company Three was on Friday unveiled as the official Chelsea shirt sponsor for the next three years. And many fans are struggling to come to terms with a giant number three being the centrepiece of their club kits until 2023.
Three’s logo has featured on the Republic of Ireland national team shirt since 2010 and, in truth, something doesn’t look quite right about it. We won’t know if Chelsea can do a better job of it until an official strip is released, but in the meantime, you’re sure to come across plenty of concept designs in months to come.
The widely-known source for boots and kits releases, FootyHeadlines have attempted to weave the Three symbol into prospective home, away and third kits for the 2020/21 season – and they look very sharp.
New Chelsea Kit Sponsor – Here’s How the ‘3’ Logo Could Look Like on Chelsea Kits: https://t.co/YbpJjJJnul— Footy Headlines (@Footy_Headlines) January 26, 2020
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