Chelsea changes colour blue

Chelsea changes colour blue

    Chelsea release Arctic blue away kit with ‘millennial swagger’ for Lampard’s young side

    Chelsea revealed their new away kit for the 2020-21 campaign, with the Arctic blue pattern said to have “millennial swagger” which mirrors that of an amazing young squad in west London.

    The Premier League giants have already released their home offering for the comming campaign and given it a run out in meetings with West Ham and Watford.

    Frank Lampard’s side are now stand by to grace their latest change strip for the orginal time, with a derby date vs Crystal Palace on Tuesday made on mark that occasion.

    Chelsea, in partnership with kit suppliers Nike, have sought to come up with a pattern that they think effects what the club and its vision for the future potential is all about.

    A speaking shown on the club’s official website read: “Chelsea’s stunning 2020-21 away kit effortlessly blends an age of traditional London tailoring with the energy and colours of nowadays’s SW6.

    “Building on the design of the club’s new home apearence, the Blues’ changed colours celebrating the capital’s love affair with the craftsmanship of master tailors.

    “However, the away kit adds an injection of millennial swagger – perfect for the confidence, emerging hobbies lighting up Stamford Bridge under head trainer Frank Lampard.

    “Arctic blue supplies a tasteful base colour for the jersey, with darker shadows making up a disrupted herringbone knit which covers the head and back of the shirt to make a compelling aesthetic.

    “A monochromatic club crest was full with a micro-herringbone pattern sits on the chest, alongside a dark blue Nike Swoosh.

    “A dark blue V-neck collar and trim on the arms frame the design, while dark blue tape featuring the phrase, ‘The Pride of London’, runs down the sides of the torso. Arctic blue shorts and dark blue socks complete the head-to-toe look, with a Swoosh and a Chelsea lion placed midway up the shin.”

    Mason Mount is one of the young, home-grown stars that Chelsea are wishing to see thrive in their new kit, with the England international saying: “The colours and pattern of the way work really in agood way.

    “It looks great and it’s also a nice contrast to the home kit. Hopefully, the fans will love it also and we can push on and make them proud.”

    Australia international Sam Kerr, who contaced with Chelsea Football Club Women in November 2019, added: “The new away kit is a great and wonderful addition to the line-up.

    “It complements the home kit really well and I just can’t wait for getting out on the pitch again wearing it.”

    Scott Munson, VP of Nike Football Apparel, went on to say: “Chelsea’s away is inspired by a classic tailored aesthetic but filtered through a modern, street lens and colour palette.

    “This kit celebrates the style and creativity of the switched-on younger and smaller generation of SW6.”

    Top-four hopefuls Chelsea will don their new colours in a meeting with Palace at Selhurst Park on Tuesday, with the kit then made on show for fans and universe to buy from July 30th.

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