Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20

£39.99

Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20

Just launched this month the new Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20

Just like the two seasons before, the Chelsea 2019-20 home shirt is predominantly ‘rush blue’ with a white Nike Swoosh. An all-over graphic print, is inspired by Stamford Bridge the clubs home since 1905.

The inside neck of Chelsea’s 2019-2020 shirt shows a lion with “Pride of London” written around it.

The Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20 is complemented by a red panel at the back of the neck, with ‘CFC’ printed on the inside.

Available in adult sizes Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.

We can print any name and number on our shirts whether its a current player, club legend or your work nickname just complete the form at checkout.

For all new football kits visit our online store

We also stock kits in kids sizes just contact us with your requirements.

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Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20

Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20

Just like the two seasons before, the Chelsea 2019-20 home shirt is predominantly ‘rush blue’ with a white Nike Swoosh. An all-over graphic print, is inspired by Stamford Bridge the clubs home since 1905.

The inside neck of Chelsea’s 2019-2020 shirt shows a lion with “Pride of London” written around it.

The Chelsea Home Shirt 2019/20 is complemented by a red panel at the back of the neck, with ‘CFC’ printed on the inside.

Available in adult sizes Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.

We can print any name and number on our shirts whether its a current player, club legend or your work nickname just complete the form at checkout.

For all new football kits visit our online store

We also stock kits in kids sizes just contact us with your requirements.

Brief Recent History:

In June 2003, Bates sold Chelsea to Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich for £140 million. Over £100 million was spent on new players, but Ranieri was unable to deliver any trophies, and was replaced by José Mourinho. Under Mourinho, Chelsea became the fifth English team to win back-to-back league championships since the Second World War (2004–05 and 2005–06), in addition to winning an FA Cup (2007) and two League Cups (2005 and 2007). Mourinho was replaced by Avram Grant, who led the club to their first UEFA Champions League final, which they lost on penalties to Manchester United.

In 2009, Guus Hiddink guided Chelsea to another FA Cup success. In 2009–10, his successor Carlo Ancelotti led them to their first Premier League and FA Cup “Double“, and becoming the first English top-flight club to score 100 league goals in a season since 1963. In 2012, caretaker manager Roberto Di Matteo led Chelsea to their seventh FA Cup, and their first UEFA Champions League title, beating Bayern Munich 4–3 on penalties, the first London club to win the trophy. In 2013, interim manager Rafael Benítez guided Chelsea to win the UEFA Europa League against Benfica, becoming the first club to hold two major European titles simultaneously and one of four clubs, and the only British club, to have won all three of UEFA‘s major club competitions. In the summer of 2013, Mourinho returned as manager, leading Chelsea to League Cup success in March 2015, and their fifth league title two months later. In 2015–16, Chelsea recorded their lowest Premier League finish in twenty years, placing 10th in the table. The following year, under new coach Antonio Conte, Chelsea won its sixth English title.

 

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