Chelsea currently train at the Cobham Training Centre in Cobham, Surrey. The complex officially opened in 2007 and was built in 2004. Chelsea has the Harlinton training ground since the 1970s but when Roman Abramovich arrived in 2003 he opted for designing a new complex. Costing a reported 20 million pounds the training centre features 30 football pitches, an indoor pitch, gyms, pools and much more.
Chelsea's training shirts are currently manufactured by adidas and sponsored by Samsung. Their training shirts commonly feature the club's home colours.
After winning the first UEFA Champions League in their history in 2011/12, Roman Abramovich's Chelsea accomplished another feat when they clinched the UEFA Europa League in 2012/13 [...]
Turns out this is a training shirt, thanks to Ryan for the spot! Here is a leaked picture of what could possibly be the new Chelsea away shirt for next season. The new Chelsea away shirt will be primarily white with blue detail [...]