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New Chelsea Shirt 2015-2016- Adidas CFC Home Kit 15-16 Yokohama Tyres

This is the new Chelsea home kit 2015/16, Chelsea FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. The Blues have normally been one of the first clubs to reveal their new home kit, but this season, they’ve done it well after the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City and Spurs unveiled theirs, owing to a new sponsorship agreement with Japanese company Yokohama Tyres, who take over from electronics major Samsung

The new Chelsea home kit features subtle pinstripes and white and red trim on a predominantly blue base and has been launched with the tagline “If it is not blue, it will be”, a nod to the Blues’ domestic and European ambitions for the 2015/16 season

Blue shorts and white socks complete the new Chelsea home kit, which will make its debut in the London side’s upcoming friendly against MLS outfit New York Red Bulls.

Buy the new Chelsea home shirt online at reputed UK retailers Kitbag

Or shop for this CFC jersey at well known US based merchants World Soccer Shop

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29 thoughts on “New Chelsea Shirt 2015-2016- Adidas CFC Home Kit 15-16 Yokohama Tyres

  1. Albert

    As far as the sponsor go’s I think it is a good fit.

    Home kit is spot on 10 out of 10

    Hate the Goalkeepers kit it gets a 0 out of 10 from me.

  2. BoomerUK

    Let’s hope Chelsea have a ‘Goodyear’ and aren’t ‘tyred’ by the end of the season with some ‘wheely’ good results

  3. Si

    Why do people winge about the sponsor get in the real workd it don’t matter who sponsors just the money they will pay. Wake up smell the coffee snd stop moaning about the sponsor

  4. Jonny

    Terrible! Adidas have made some really good Chelsea kits but this looks like it’s from the 90’s and why did they change their sponsor? It looks crap and is too high up the shirt

  5. Deepdale

    I’m glad they used the anglocised version of “Tyres” being an international club it would have been easy to spell it “Tires” and confuse a lot of English schoolkids

  6. Merry Christmas

    Si :Why do people winge about the sponsor get in the real workd it don’t matter who sponsors just the money they will pay. Wake up smell the coffee snd stop moaning about the sponsor

    Why do people whinge about people whinging? Wake up and smell the coffee and stop moaning about people moaning.

    Also: average kit. Not overwhelmed.

  7. DBJ

    This time chealsea have trouble in home kit.But the third kit for this year is excellent.previous year home jersie was superve .

  8. Si

    What I that the point in saying it be better with out the tyre part of the sponsor. It’s what the company is called.

  9. gary

    looks absolutely awful, no need for the tyres part of sponsor, the neck of shirt is awful, what the hell is that supposed to be on the sleeves and bottom of the shirt, looks like an extra layer of blue material which is just wasted, it looks like it was designed and stitched together by and entry level fashion student

  10. Jimbob

    Yokohama is a city in Japan, Yokohama Tyres is the company sponsoring them, hence the need for the tyres, there not gonna just put half the companies name on.

  11. Deepdale

    Yeah because there are loads of Japanese tyre companies sniffing around the likes of Harrogate Railway, Bala Town and AFC Fylde isn’t there?

  12. Creosote

    Merry Christmas :

    Si :Why do people winge about the sponsor get in the real workd it don’t matter who sponsors just the money they will pay. Wake up smell the coffee snd stop moaning about the sponsor

    Why do people whinge about people whinging? Wake up and smell the coffee and stop moaning about people moaning.
    Also: average kit. Not overwhelmed.

    why do people whinge about people whinging about people whinging? :p

    i was initially put off by it, but now it’s beginning to grow on me. it’s not flashy or ostentatious, and the sponsor logo design endows it with a sunday league vibe, making Chelsea a visual oxymoron.

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