Eden Hazard, N’Golo Kante, Gary Cahill and Fran Kirby are the Chelsea stars to model the latest strip away kit for the 2018-19 season, with Nike taking the Blues back to a yellow strip for the first time since 2015.
Chelsea first wore yellow in 1963, with the kit becoming more famous in the 1970s.
Nike have also added a few flourishes to reflect the club’s history, with the lion from the club crest sitting on the jersey neckline.
Around that sits the phrase ‘Football is the game’ – the second line of the club’s anthem – with the first line, ‘Blue is the colour’, found on the new home jersey.
On the jersey neckline sits a lion from the club crest. Around it reads, “Football is the game,” the second line of the famous Chelsea anthem. “Blue is the color” is the first line, which features in the home jersey, providing continuity between home and away kits.
The Blues’ new away shirt costs £90 as published on Nike website buy from July 20 at nike.com/chelsea