Chelsea’s new kit news as photos of the 2023/24 custodian uniform for the forthcoming season emerge, with Nike scheduled to manufacture the new strip as part of their ongoing partnership with the Blues.
New images of Chelsea’s home custodian kit for next season have emerged.
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Footy Headlines claims to have photographs of the 2023/24 keeper strip, which will be manufactured by the American sportswear company Nike. Because Chelsea’s contract with mobile phone network Three expires at the end of the current season, the images have been distributed without a sponsor.
The shirt is described as stunning by Footy Headlines, and its main colors are anthracite and grey with interwoven designs. The design will be similar to past Nike strips, but the colors will be different, with a metallic design for the Nike’swoosh’ tick and Chelsea badge.
Because of the material, the logos on the shirt are said to fluctuate from angle to angle, and the custodian shirt is said to be distributed as early as July. It remains to be seen whom Chelsea will sign as a sponsor and how this will alter the appearance of their shirts next season.
Turnstile, a sponsorship website, predicted in April last year that whomever Chelsea chooses as their next shirt sponsor could pay them roughly $52.5 million (£42.1 million). Three have been paying roughly $50 million (£40.1 million) every year to adorn the front of Chelsea’s shirts since the 2020-21 season.
“Mobile technology has revolutionized the way football clubs and supporters interact with each other, which makes Chelsea FC and Three such natural partners,” Chelsea CEO Guy Laurence remarked in January 2020. “Three is a partner who shares our passion for innovation, and we are thrilled to have them on board and our shirts.”
Nike is Chelsea’s kit manufacturer, and they are responsible for the club’s matchday gear, training wear, and leisure attire.