Chelsea 2013/14 Away Kit Revealed – Apparently It’s Not White, It’s Blue (Spoiler: It’s White)

Chris Wright

6th, June 2013


By Chris Wright

Having launched their new home kit among a grizzly tidal wave of Smurf blood a couple of weeks ago, Chelsea have finally gotten round to lifting the lid on their away kit for next season – and here it is…





Very nice, reminiscent of some of the recent Holland away kits with the red, white and blue detailing – which is a nod to Chelsea’s similarly-coloured change strips from the very early 1960s.

It basically looks exactly like the stands they put the fresh baguettes on at Co-op, which is a huge plus as far as we’re concerned. Just a subtle hint of boulangerie chic.

What’s the lay of the land people? Are we liking what we see?

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  1. Peter says:

    It’s nice, Mata looks like a little kid wearing his dads footy top though!

  2. Stu says:

    It makes me think of the US national team

  3. James says:

    Yeah the sleaves are super long?

  4. Mr. Chopper says:

    In these times of Italian super-tight strips, the fit of this is somewhat akin to a mid-nineties Manchester United special. Maybe Mata’s accidentally got into Frank’s kit by mistake..?

  5. lordrt says:

    Should have splashed some of the blue paint on the white space under the Samsung wording, would have been better then

  6. Anonymouse says:

    It looks better when it’s not being modeled. Good kit though.

  7. JoeT says:

    It would look way better untucked and the colour changing they did on the pictures make the red and blue look black!

  8. Daniel Swildens says:

    Why bother with red if there is so little of it. In fact, on the bottom photo the top bar of the shirt seems blue or even black more than anything else.

    I know they had one a few seasons back, but my favourite Chelsea FC away shirts are still a combo of blue & yellow.

  9. dave lewis says:

    makes me think of france

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