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Chelsea 2014/15 Kits


The Chelsea 2014/15 kits, both home and away, have both been released, with the Premier League side continuing on their long association with the colour blue, while also re-imagining their classic yellow strip from previous years peppered with success.

Chelsea 2014/15 Home kit  


Launched back in April, Adidas’ ‘Forever Blue’ campaign saw five Chelsea stars emerge from casts in the 2014/15 home kit, with the striking new design taking inspiration from the early 80′s and 90′s Chelsea kits.

The launch video was quite something, with an epic montage of some of Chelsea’s best modern moments playing simultaneously as the new kit is unveiled, all with boss Jose Mourinho ominously narrating:

Chelsea Away Kit 2014/15

While there will probably never be a time where a Chelsea home strip fails to be blue (unless they go down a similar route to Cardiff City), the Blues have opted to mark the 2014/15 season with a return to a yellow away outfit, with the Chelsea faithful having fond memories of successful days in the bright ensemble.


Adidas’ advertising for the new yellow strip mimics that seen in the ‘Forever Blue’ campaign. Brazilian midfielder Oscar, who will be wearing yellow throughout the summer in World Cup in South America for the host nation, is seen been smashed free by hammers and tongs, looking rather smug in the vibrant, bold design.

Chelsea kits 2014/15 photo gallery:

Blue is most certainly the colourAdidas have been Chelsea's kit sponsors since 2005The contrasting Blues fade effect is the biggest visual change from last season's outfit.Chelsea's Petr Cech was part of the 'Forever Blue' campaign by AdidasFeaturing the latest in the industry-leading breathable material – ClimaCool.Reborn in Blue!Some classic Chelsea moments rememberedThe Chelsea goalkeeper Kit will be orange, leaving little room for confusion with the blue outfield strip!Oscar is Blue. Are you?The new Chelsea away shirt features a retro polo-neck collarWhile also showcasing the latest in adiZero lightweight technologywait...wasn't he blue?Gianfranco Zola’s is remembered fondly in the yellow during the 1990s.It features an iconic blue stripe across the back, which keeps the club’s primary colour still in the mix.The iconic Adidas three stripes are easily spottedClub legend Frank Lampard bagged the winner in the 2009 FA Cup final in the yellow!
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Comments (5)

  1. awesome

  2. Nicely

  3. Go go Chelsra FC.

  4. Go Chelsea it’s awesome

  5. Its so beautiful chelsea forever I lv its