Chelsea have officially announced that Three will be their primary shirt sponsors beginning the 2020/21 season. The telecommunications company will replace Yokohama Tyres, whose five year deal will end at the conclusion of the current 2019/20 campaign.
To go with the name of the company, Chelsea’s new front of the jersey sponsorship will also be for a period of three years.
The value of the deal was not disclosed, but it is rumoured to be higher than the existing £40m/year arrangement with Yokohama. Three also currently sponsor the Irish national soccer team.
The Blues chose to announce the deal on social media with this quote Continue reading
Eactly a month after unveiling their new home shirt, Chelsea have today (June 11, 2018) announced a new sleeve sponsorship deal with Hyundai that will see the Korean car maker appear on the Blues’ shirts beginning the 2018/19 Premier League season. The contract is for a period of four seasons (till 2022) and sees Hyundai replace Alliance Tyres, who were CFC’s sleeve sponsors in 2017/18.
The news of this Chelsea Hyundai deal comes a little over a fortnight after London rivals Arsenal announced their deal with Visit Rwanda. Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea kit 2018/19, Chelsea FC’s new home strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the new CFC jersey was officially unveiled on 11 May, 2018 and will be first worn this weekend when the Blues take on Rafa Benitez’s victory. A win for Chelsea, plus a loss for Liverpool against Brighton, will see Antonio Conte’s side take fourth place and seal a spot in the Champions League next season.
The new home shirt features red and white lines against the club’s famous blue, and will be paired with blue shorts and white socks (with red and blue trim)
Inside the neck are the words “Blue is the Colour” while a small lion can be spotted on the back, as can be seen in the pics below. Continue reading
These are the new Chelsea kits 2017/18, Chelsea FC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Premier League season. The first strips to be produced for the Blues as part of a new deal with Nike, the new CFC tops were officially unveiled on July 1, 2017. Chelsea, the reigning Premier League champions, wore Adidas in 2016/17, but terminated their contract six years early and switched to Nike in a deal Continue reading