Chelsea’s 2019/20 home kit images have appeared on the internet despite the fact we are only 10 games into the new Premier League season.
In the second year of their deal with Nike, the Blues’ current home shirt, which was unveiled back in May, takes inspiration from some of Chelsea’s previous jerseys in the 80s and 90s.
Featuring alternating red and white lines across the jersey, this year’s design is rather different from last season’s effort which was rather plain.
It appears that Nike won’t be mixing things up that much when it comes to Chelsea’s new home kit.
Playing in blue home shorts as ever, it’s also reported that the club’s white socks will feature blue and red trim to complete the look.
With Inter Milan and Barca’s kits set to be unveiled in either April or May, it looks like Chelsea could well reveal their new home shirt before the end of this campaign.
Is this the 2019-20 Barcelona home shirt?
Leaked designs show Nike might go for a chequerboard pattern rather than traditional stripes. What do you think?
— Classic Football Shirts (@classicshirts) September 26, 2018