Chelsea 2020/21 Home, Away, Third & Goalkeeper Nike Kits ‘Leaked’ With Release Dates

Chelsea 2020/21 Home Away Third Goalkeeper Nike Kits
The 2019/20 season is still ongoing, but there is already speculation over what kit Chelsea will be playing in next term.

The Blues are currently in their third season of a 15-year shirt deal with Nike, earning them around £60million.

Next season, Chelsea are also set to have a new sponsor on the front of their kits, with Yokohama Tyres being replaced with the telecommunications network Three.

The 2019/20 home kit was released last May, with the Blues playing in it for their final home game of the season.

However, because of the coronavirus pandemic, it is likely that the release of the new strip will be delayed.

Home kit
The 2018/19 kit didn’t have a great response as Nike put in a few flicks of red in the middle of it.
This season, there was a change back to pure blue, however, there was a slight design woven into the strip.

That is certainly the preferred style for Blues supporters, who were also impressed by the 50th anniversary kit that the Blues brought out to commemorate their 1970 FA Cup win.

Below is the ‘leaked’ goalkeeper shirt that Kepa could be wearing next season.

Away kit
The 2019/20 white away kit has been one that has been a real success with the Chelsea supporters.

Footy Headlines state: “The new Chelsea 20-21 away shirt will bring an interesting and clean colour scheme to the table. Predominantly ‘cobalt tint’, which is a bright and relatively pale blue, the logos on the Nike Chelsea 20-21 away football shirt will be ‘blackened blue’, a very dark blue.”

Third kit
This is one kit which has not gone down well with Chelsea fans after it was leaked online.
What it shows is a new strip which is mainly red, but with blue stripes down the front of it.

For many Blues fans, it has reminded them of a Crystal Palace strip.

The Blues this season have had a nice black and orange strip, which has certainly gone down well with many.
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