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Chelsea Away Shirt for 2013-14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

chelsea away shirt 600x375 Chelsea Away Shirt for 2013 14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

Photos of Chelsea’s new away shirt for the 2013-14 season have been leaked on the Internet.

The photos reveal an Adidas shirt that has a very French feel to it with the white shirt and red and blue trim. It’s nothing out of this world, but the design is distinctive and memorable, which is what I look for in a shirt design.

Chelsea’s new away shirt features a rounded blue collar with the trademark Adidas three stripes running down the side of the shirt. The front of the shirt features a small bands of red, white and blue above the club’s shirt sponsor’s name.

Overall, it’s a simple, clean and less-is-more design from Adidas that is definitely worth purchasing if you’re a Chelsea supporter.

UPDATE: The shirt is a modern, inspired version of Chelsea’s away strip from 1961-62.

Here’s a photo of Chelsea’s home¬†shirt for 2013-14 too.

What’s your opinion about Chelsea’s new away shirt for next season? Share your opinions in the comments section below.

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H/T Todo Sobre Camisetas.


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