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Chelsea Away Shirt For 2014/15 Season Revealed: Leaked [PHOTO]

cheksea away shirt half Chelsea Away Shirt For 2014/15 Season Revealed: Leaked [PHOTO]

New photos of Chelsea’s away shirt for the 2014/15 season has been leaked on the Internet.

For the 2014/15 season, Chelsea will be wearing a bright yellow away shirt — inspired by the Brazil World Cup team — which will feature a blue trim. Chelsea’s away shirt features a blue collar that can be folded up or down, while the sleeves feature the famous three stripes from adidas.

Just like other adidas designs this year, the back of the shirt features a band of color across the upper back.

What are your thoughts about Chelsea’s new away shirt? Tell us in the comments section below.

chelsea away shirt front Chelsea Away Shirt For 2014/15 Season Revealed: Leaked [PHOTO]

chelsea away shirt back Chelsea Away Shirt For 2014/15 Season Revealed: Leaked [PHOTO]

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