The Premier League champions Chelsea have unveiled their new home kit ahead of the new season. The new strip is the first of the lucrative sponsorship between the Blues and Yokohama Rubber. Jose Mourinho will be hoping that it will inspire his men to the title once again at the end of the campaign.
To celebrate the unveiling, here are some of our favourites kits that the Stamford Bridge side have worn down the years:
Away Kit (1996/98)
Although two different shades of blue, as well as some yellow hardly sounds like a good idea, Chelsea seemed to pull it off, as it symbolised the exciting direction the club’s football, as well as the Premier League in general, was going in. It made a nice change from the mundane one-colour away kits that were frequently on show in the top flight, while also allowing the Chelsea faithful to sing the club anthem, ‘Blue is the colour,’ on away trips.