UPDATED: Chelsea Home Shirt for 2012-13 Season Fake Photo

UPDATED: A photo of supposed Chelsea’s home shirt for the 2012-13 season has been leaked on the Internet. However, it has been revealed as a fake.

If true, and it certainly looks like the real deal, I love it. Chelsea’s famous blue shirt is enhanced by thin diagonal lines across the shirt chest. Plus the white trim shown at the bottom of the sleeve and in the collar complements the blue well, and has an added red trim. And to top it all off, you have the famous three stripes down the sleeves.

The shirt features a simple and elegant style that is sure to be a hit, off the pitch, among Chelsea fans. Now they’ll  just have to fix their on-the-pitch performances to match the quality of the shirt.

What do you think? Share your opinions about Chelsea’s new home shirt in the comments section below.


7 thoughts on “UPDATED: Chelsea Home Shirt for 2012-13 Season Fake Photo”

  1. I've always preferred collars, but this is a imple sharp kit. Harkens back to Adidas kits of the late 80s/early90s: http://www.phillysoccerpage.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Paul-Caligiuri-celebrates-after-the-US-defeats-Trinidad-Tobago-to-qualify-for-the-1990-World-Cup.jpg

  2. Eh, not a big fan. I know the whole red from the pensioners thing but I really don't like red in the kit they should stick with yellow. So far I have only liked the this year's home shirt and the last one we had with a collar 08/09 I believe.

  3. i dont understand why people like collars so much. Its an athletic shirt. It's not really meant to have a collar in this century. I understand if they are paying homage to a certain year


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