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  1. Cheer for Chelsea!
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Cheer for Chelsea!

Vice-captain Frank Lampard looks to bring his game of well-rounded total football to the pitch again this year! Look for this veteran playmaker to once again one of the cornerstones supporting this impressive squad.

Show your support for your favorite lads from Stamford Bridge in this official away jersey from adidas.

This jersey uses a contemporary design with a fashionable aqua sash that offers a stylish contrast against the white background. The kit also incorporates an adidas 3 Stripes execution that is exclusive to Chelsea FC.

ClimaCool technology helps true blue fans feel fresh when they're getting fired up. The Chelsea team badge and adidas logo are embroidered at the front and the kit sponsor is heat-transferred below.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Frank Lampard y a los demás estrellas de Stamford Bridge con esta camiseta oficial de visitante del Chelsea hecha por adidas. Viene con un diseño contemporáneo que incluye una franja color azul que contrasta con el fondo blanco. Viene con las tres

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