The Chelsea 2019/2020 Home Kit was one of the first revealed by Nike during the recent big teams' presentations: the shirt with a absolutely unique pattern is inspired by the four Stamford Bridge stands and will be worn by the Blues next season, but not from Eden Hazard that after having acted as a testimonial to the campaign was sold to Real Madrid.

The Chelsea 2019/2020 kit font The Blues will adopt it next season, but not in the Premier League | Image 1
The Chelsea 2019/2020 kit font The Blues will adopt it next season, but not in the Premier League | Image 0
The Chelsea 2019/2020 kit font The Blues will adopt it next season, but not in the Premier League | Image 2
The Chelsea 2019/2020 kit font The Blues will adopt it next season, but not in the Premier League | Image 3

The new Chelsea font looks like the 2015/2016 season one, and includes internal lines that perfectly divide the numbers in two parts, and contain a very small club's crest in the lower part. The font will be used only in the cups' season, both National and European, given that in the Premier League (as well as in La Liga, but not in Serie A) there is a standard font that is adopted for all teams and that cannot be customized.

 

Take a look at 2019/2020 Real Madrid font.

Here's the Juventus' camouflage font.

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