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Chelsea is a long standing soccer team in England and has formed a rather large fan base over the years. And with the likes of Hazard, Terry and Lampard joining the squad in previous seasons, we can see why this club is a popular choice to support. Situated around London, this football team has a lot of competition from other squads; however they never fail to stand out with their classic blue and white colour scheme and unique alternative jerseys.
So have a read below and come on a journey with us looking back at the historic styling of all of the Chelsea sportswear from the likes of Le Coq Sportif, Umbro, Adidas and Nike. We also explore how the CFC home strip evolved to the colour scheme we know and love today. And we will also discuss which shirts were a complete hit with supporters and which had totally missed the mark.
Currently playing in the Premier League, Arsenal is well known for their signature red and white home jersey plus their extravagantly designed away and third kits. However, some do not know the fantastic story behind their choice of home colourings. And this is why we have put this article together; below we will explore the history of the club’s football kit and how it has evolved over the years to keep on track and in style. So, what keeps Arsenal supporters eager for the latest football shirt release? Find out more below.
Origin of the Arsenal Home Shirt Design
The story behind the colouring of the signature Arsenal home shirt is rather interesting. As he club was the first in Woolwich to be established in 188