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Cheer for Chelsea!

Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard signed with Chelsea in June 2012 from Lille in France, his club since 2005. The son of two professional soccer players, Hazard is known for his creativity, ball skills and speed.

Show your support for your favorite lads from Stamford Bridge in this official home jersey from adidas. This jersey uses ClimaCool technology to help true blue fans feel fresh when they're getting fired up.

This royal blue jersey uses golden elements on the seams and badge for a regal look that is fit for a lion and represents the glory of the club. The heat-transferred adidas logo and Chelsea badge reduce weight and brighten up the kit and the club's initials are embroidered on the back of the collar.

Cheer for Frank Lampard, Fernando Torres and the rest of Chelsea with this great looking jersey.

100% polyester.


El mediocampista belga Eden Hazard firmó con el Chelsea en junio de 2012 después de jugar con el Lille de Francia desde 2005. Hijo de dos jugadores profesionales, Hazard es conocido por su creatividad, destreza con el balón y velocidad. Apoya al Chelsea co

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