Chelsea Football Club play in the Premier League and are based in London where they play at Stamford Bridge and their kits are supplied by adidas who have supplied 'The Blues' shirts for over eight seasons and sponsored by Samsung who have sponsored Chelsea shirts for over nine seasons. Chelsea currently wear royal blue home shirts with white detailing. The club's away shirt is yellow with blue trim and the third shirt is dark blue with sky blue detailing.
Chelsea home shirts are royal blue with white trim, since Roman Abramovich in 2003 the shirts have probably had some of the most expensive and best known names in the sport wear them. The 2013/14 Chelsea home shirt will feature the trademark royal blue colour with white trim and sponsored by Samsung and the squad boasts several household names including Juan Mata, Eden Hazard and Frank Lampard.
Signing a record-breaking kit deal with Nike, Chelsea have officially launched their brand new home and away kits supplied by the Big Swoosh for the 2017-18 season [...]
The Premier League 'Blues' have officially and successfully reached an agreement with Nike to become new kit manufacturers. Chelsea FC's bold blue home shirt poses as one of the most recognisable in English football and the club are now looking to reinforce their new era under Antonio Conte by al [...]
Nike are set to become the new logo to feature on Chelsea's kit collection after a deal has been rumoured to be reached by both parties in the coming weeks worth €60 million per year. Seeing the relationship between Premier League club Chelsea and kit suppliers adidas end prematurely and somewh [...]
Chelsea were formed in 1905 and all because Fulham refused to play at Stamford Bridge. That's why the owner of the stadium started his own team, they became Chelsea. Chelsea also known as the Blues, still play their home games today at Stamford Bridge, London.
Even before the recent well known names Chelsea shirts have been worn by famous names such as Peter Osgood, Jimmy Greaves, Peter 'The Cat' Bonetti, Gianfranco Zola, Rudd Gullit and Gianluca Vialli.