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Chelsea Kits thread

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18 hours ago, Pickles said:

New here ☺️

Does anybody know anything about the 99-01 kits that we wore in the UEFA Cup and Champions League?   I purchased a Zola shirt with the UEFA Cup sleeve badge and I’m wondering just how rare it is.  It’s the only UEFA Cup Chelsea shirt I have seen on CFS, eBay, etc and have been browsing for 18-24 months. Thanks ☺️

it must look like this

Image result for UEFA Cup Chelsea 1999-2000 kit

Those so rare becuase we got knocked out in the first round by St. Gallen, a Swiss team, in a massive upset, we blew a 1 nil lead going into the 2nd leg, away

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the strange thing is, the actual game kits did not have the logo of the UEFA Cup

St Gallen v Chelsea : News PhotoSt Gallen v Chelsea : News Photo

 

here are pics from the first leg at the Bridge

Chelsea v St Gallen : News PhotoChelsea v St Gallen : News Photo

 

finally, a few months before, April 2000

v Barca in the CL itself

 

we blew a 3 1 lead on the road, lost 5 1 in Barca

Luis Figo tore us apart

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Rivaldo of Barcelona evades Albert Ferrer of Chelsea : News Photo

Football. UEFA Champions League. Quarter-final, 2nd leg. Nou Camp, Spain. 18th April 2000. Barcelona 5 v Chelsea 1. Barcelona's Luis Figo, is challenged by Chelsea's captain Dennis Wise. : News Photo

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We had such a good side back in that period between 97 - 00, it's easy to forget about it now with the success we've had since. But it was a great time growing up, we played some great attacking football at that time.

We only finished 4 points behind the treble winning United side in 99. Bloody Steve Guppy equalised late for Leicester at the Bridge when we were 2 goals up near the end of the season which really screwed us over.

We were probably just a player or two away from winning the league and more trophies during that period. Deschamps came in and struggled unfortunately and Hasselbaink was a couple of years too late for that group. The other problem was most of that side was old and the window was so short for them. By the time Ranieri came in it was already on its last legs and needed rebuilding.

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7 hours ago, Vesper said:

it must look like this

Image result for UEFA Cup Chelsea 1999-2000 kit

Those so rare becuase we got knocked out in the first round by St. Gallen, a Swiss team, in a massive upset, we blew a 1 nil lead going into the 2nd leg, away

6c070e86711b9db9092f5b672e1f8179.png

the strange thing is, the actual game kits did not have the logo of the UEFA Cup

St Gallen v Chelsea : News PhotoSt Gallen v Chelsea : News Photo

 

here are pics from the first leg at the Bridge

Chelsea v St Gallen : News PhotoChelsea v St Gallen : News Photo

 

finally, a few months before, April 2000

v Barca in the CL itself

 

we blew a 3 1 lead on the road, lost 5 1 in Barca

Luis Figo tore us apart

fd47d93a3b96ef9aeec3033a9c7b911c.png

 

Rivaldo of Barcelona evades Albert Ferrer of Chelsea : News Photo

Football. UEFA Champions League. Quarter-final, 2nd leg. Nou Camp, Spain. 18th April 2000. Barcelona 5 v Chelsea 1. Barcelona's Luis Figo, is challenged by Chelsea's captain Dennis Wise. : News Photo

Thanks so much this was very helpful ☺️ In fact, the photo you found is the shirt I purchased.  It was my first time purchasing from Classic11.   I have a Desailly premier league shirt from the same year and it has a lot of curious differences from the Zola shirt.  If anyone is interested I will take some pictures of the differences.  

I don’t think the Zola shirt is a fake but it’s possible someone added the UEFA Cup badge later (though it has the correct European lettering on the back as well).  What got me wondering was when I watched a Classic Football Shirts video in which they review Tore Andre Flo’s match worn shirt from the 3-1 Barcelona leg.  The CFS employee said that the CL ball sleeve badges weren’t available on replica kits in 99-01.  Made me wonder why my 99-01 shirt has a UEFA Cup badge 🧐

thnaks again ☺️

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1 hour ago, Pickles said:

Thanks so much this was very helpful ☺️ In fact, the photo you found is the shirt I purchased.  It was my first time purchasing from Classic11.   I have a Desailly premier league shirt from the same year and it has a lot of curious differences from the Zola shirt.  If anyone is interested I will take some pictures of the differences.  

I don’t think the Zola shirt is a fake but it’s possible someone added the UEFA Cup badge later (though it has the correct European lettering on the back as well).  What got me wondering was when I watched a Classic Football Shirts video in which they review Tore Andre Flo’s match worn shirt from the 3-1 Barcelona leg.  The CFS employee said that the CL ball sleeve badges weren’t available on replica kits in 99-01.  Made me wonder why my 99-01 shirt has a UEFA Cup badge 🧐

thnaks again ☺️

At least you did not buy a Barca 1999-2000 Away CL kit. What a hideous strip.

I am sorry but I have no clue why your shirt has the UC badge.

The badge, at least for the final was diffrent. Here is a pic of the scouser vermin (who won it that year)

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Hideous logo, looks like a biohazard sign, so actually fitting for Victimpool.

Lololo

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On 03/07/2019 at 9:30 PM, the wes said:

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I ordered this a few weeks back from the China man. When it arrives I'll stick it on here. That'll definitely be it as it was shown the same day as the home

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Just now, Magic Lamps said:

Looks classy. But when did they brink that early 00s Nike logo back? Never seen it on a football kit since.

I have see it a lot this year on leaked kits

it was on one of the fake leaks for us (I like this far more than the real one)

I was all excited, then, bam, that home puker cam out, hate it

sigh

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9 minutes ago, Vesper said:

I have see it a lot this year on leaked kits

it was on one of the fake leaks for us (I like this far more than the real one)

I was all excited, then, bam, that home puker cam out, hate it

sigh

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tbf those kits only look marginally better than the home puker.

I prefer the traditional swoosh anyway. Classic black kits have always suited us well. I remeber the ones from 2008/9 and the best match we played in them.

https://www.premierleague.com/video/single/847674

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Looks absolute class. First time i like the away kit more than the home one. Even the hyundai and yokohama logos look good on it. Esp suits Azpi with his classy old school style.

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