Chelsea 2022-23 Nike Away Kit

Chelsea FC have revealed their new Away kit by Nike.

In a continuation from this season’s Nike home kit, the new away strip pays homage to one of the most important figures in the club’s history, Ted Drake.

The visionary former Chelsea manager is best remembered for guiding us to the club's first-ever top-flight league title in 1955, having recruited wisely and in contrast to the past when unreliable big names were signed.

Key design elements of the kit see the return of the popular white base colour, most recently seen during the 2019/20 season.

The unique lion pattern that appears on the collar of the home kit now features as turquoise stripes across the away kit. The inner neck design includes ‘Chelsea FC, London’ - a tribute to the city.

View the: Chelsea 2022-23 Home Kit

View the: Chelsea 2022-23 Third Kit

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Moonhausen
 · 5 months ago
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 · 5 months ago
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SkizzyDizzle
 · 6 months ago
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I give credit for continuing the theme and graphic design of the home shirt, but that's where it ends I'm afraid.
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Matt
 · 6 months ago
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It is what it is and it's hardly the worst shirt in the World and it will all be forgotten about this time next season anyway.
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Blue and white hoops
 · 6 months ago
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Seriously? QPR are the only club in West London allowed to wear the hoops.
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.
 · 6 months ago
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Not like
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Dragon
 · 6 months ago
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Would have been more appropriate for Brighton as the turquoise color and the 'lion' pattern looks more like waves.
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Brett Simons
 · 6 months ago
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Charlie Drake is more apt!
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  • Ant 6 months ago
    I presume you not a Chelsea fan
JK
 · 6 months ago
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Quite like that 1
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Razzer
 · 6 months ago
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Rank awful
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