Chelsea have officially released the pictures of their new home Jersey for the 2021/22 season. The blues jersey designers, Nike took time out to design this new home Jersey and it features an eye catching variety of patterns and yellow trims. The Nike strip, the club's traditional royal blue was inspired by the op art movement of the 60s which focused mainly on optical illusions. According to the Mirror, these beautiful kit were entirely made from recycled plastic bottles and the blues will wear it for the first time in Saturday's FA Cup final against Leicester City. The Chelsea women will also wear the same kit the next day as they take on Barcelona women in the 2021 women's Champions League Final.
Things have been going smoothly for Thomas Tuchel since he arrived at Stamford Bridge and from the looks of it, the new kit will be a big hot for Chelsea football club globally. It's completely more beautiful than this season's home kit which the fans appeared unsatisfied when it was released last August.
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