Pay tribute to the ’90s with Chelsea’s new Nike home kit

From the official Chelsea FC website:

The home Nike kit for the 2023/24 season is unveiled today and featuring a classic design with white added to the blue, the glory of ‘97/’98 is celebrated in style.

West is best

That was a season of European triumph for Chelsea as the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup was captured with the likes of Gianfranco Zola, Dennis Wise, Roberto Di Matteo and many other club legends in the side. The League Cup was won as well and at the start of the following season, so was the UEFA Super Cup, all those finals under the management of the great Gianluca Vialli and all played wearing the same iconic shirts.


The new design for ‘23/’24 remembers that special past while additional gold detail, including an iridescent crest, highlights the prestige and glamour of the famous King’s Road in the ’90s. Shimmering in gold, the lion roars on the shirt – symbolic of Chelsea’s prestige and history.  

While changes take place at the club, the pride stays the same. Interior shirt detail nods to exactly this – Chelsea FC remains the ‘Pride of London’.

Keeping it cool

The new kit is formed from Nike Dri-FIT ADV, an advanced technology that brings fit and fabric innovation together to help keep the modern player drier for 90-plus minutes. The breathable FIT ADV weave ensures sweat evaporates, helping you stay cool and light to power through to the final whistle.

Retail launch

Fans can purchase this season’s new but classic look on early access from 16 August via the Megastore at Stamford Bridge, our Official Online Store and The kit will be available via the wider marketplace from 23 August. Fans should be aware that the 2023/24 home kit that features on pitch may subsequently feature a front-of-shirt partner. The club will communicate any changes to the kit in due course.  





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