July 01, 2020 – Chelsea’s 2020-21 home-kit that combines the latest in sports innovation with the refinement of a fine London tailoring.
Inspired by London’s long-standing relationship with the master tailors and their exquisite craftsmanship, the Blues’ new home jersey, ventures into the realm of the declaration of shirting a luxurious, textured, modern, and classic matches in the capital city, is one of the most stylish club.
Just like Chelsea, it is woven into the very fabric of London life, the city’s rich fashion heritage and have been woven into the new shirt is the traditional blue, heightened with a subtle all-over herringbone design to knit and topped with a custom-made flowers.
“The kit is really, really smart — very, very, Chelsea,” the striker Tammy Abraham. “You’ll see, the story behind the kit and with the way it looks and all the little details that will remind you of a good suit.”
Chelsea’s a new house look and is made of a blue jersey, blue shorts and white socks. The tasteful herringbone pattern, for both the shirt and the shorts, creating an elegant, textured effect. The jersey is accompanied by a deep, navy blue collar and trim on sleeves. The lining, with the signature, the “CFC.”
“I’m really excited about wearing this kit when we are back on for the 20-21 season,” said ” The fighter Kirby. “Winning the competition was an incredible moment for the club and we are proud to be wearing the new kit, as the defending champions in the upcoming season.”
The dark-blue tape running down the sides of the hull, and it is embossed with the phrase, “The Pride of London.” Both the font and the text characters, reminiscent of the label, a sewn-in in London, prepared to grasp it. White socks are adorned with a Nike Swoosh, and a Chelsea lion please enter, a competitive head-to-toe look.
“London was the epicenter of the English craft, and the kit takes its inspiration from the iconic, artisanal,” said Nike’s Scott Munson, vice-president, Nike Soccer Apparel. “We pay tribute to the work of experienced tailors with the use of a custom-made details and finishes to create a really clear aesthetic, that is complementary to the Chelsea’ s unique and stylish identity.
For the 2020-21, the Chelsea home kit will be worn for the first time, July 1, during the club’s Premier League match against West Ham. The t-shirt was obtained on July 9, nike.com.
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