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Chelsea and adidas have combined to reveal the Blues' stunning new home kit for the 2014/15 campaign.

The kit features a two-tone blue-on-dark-blue horizontal gradient with the traditional white trim on adidas' trademark three stripes.

The reverse of the shirt is minimalist, with a single white stripe across the shoulder-blades to highlight the player name and number.

The shirt has been revealed as part of a striking new advertising campaign by adidas which features five current Blues stars immortalised in plaster cast.

Narrated by José Mourinho, the video references the iconic image of Petr Cech saving Bastian Schweinsteiger's penalty in the 2012 UEFA Champions League final, as well as Fernando Torres' celebration of his opening goal against SL Benfica in last season's Europa League showpiece. Gary Cahill, Oscar and Eden Hazard also feature prominently.

Additionally, the new goalkeeper shirt to be worn by Petr Cech and Thibaut Courtois is blood orange with a white trim. The front of the shirt has a slightly darker red panel across the torso and the top of the arm.

Both kits utilise adidas' revolutionary ClimaCool technology. They are released to the public on April 30, and can be pre-ordered online.

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