Chelsea and Adidas have mutually agreed to end their partnership in June 2017, six years earlier than planned. The two parties had recently inked a contract extension till June 30, 2023, but the deal will now end on June 30, 2017, meaning that the Blues will have a new technical kit partner for the 2017/18 season.
Chelsea’s association with Adidas began back in the 2006 season and the German giants released the club’s 2016/17 home kit a few days ago. This 2016/17 season will therefore be the Blues’ last with Adidas. They will also pay compensation to Adidas for early termination of the contract Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea home kit 2016/2017, Chelsea FC’s new principal uniform for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Adidas, the new CFC 16/17 home shirt was officially unveiled on May 4, 2016 (also the birthday of Blues star Cesc Fabregas) Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea third kit 15/16, Chelsea FC’s new second alternate strip for the 2015/16 Premier League season. The Blues haven’t started off the new season well, drawing at home against Swansea and losing 3-0 away to fellow rivals Manchester City. Officially released on August 21, 2015, this third kit will be first seen in action in this weekend’s fixture against West Bromwich Albion. Continue reading
This is the new Chelsea away kit 2015/2016, Chelsea FC’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. The new Blues away top was officially revealed by Adidas on July 20, 2015 and will see action next week when the club take on Spanish giants FC Barcelona in a pre-season outing in the United States (US tour- July 28)
The shirt is predominantly white, with red and blue trim, a theme that has been used for several Chelsea alternate shirts in the recent past. Chelsea wore white in the 2011/12 season (when they won the Champions League) and also in the 2013/14 season. Continue reading
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 Continue reading