Chelsea FC Football shirt 1982

Chelsea FC Football shirt 1982

  • Reference: CHEL82HPYSS
  • Brand: Score Draw
  • Material 1: Polyester
  • Sleeve: Short sleeve
  • Country: England

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Retro Shirt Chelsea FC 1982/83

Chelsea is one out of five clubs that managed to win all three European club competitions: Champions League, Uefa Cup and Cup-Winners’ Cup. The other four are Juventus, Ajax, Bayern Munich and Manchester United. The Chelsea FC was not established in the same-named district of London, but in the neighborhood: Fulham. Chelsea also played an important role in the music industry: the famous song Blue is the colour of 1972 was produced by the management and the player of the club and conquered the fifth spot of the British charts.

In the campaign 1982/83 the Blues played in the second division and finished at a poor 18th spot. In memory stays the performance in the FA Cup, where the club went surprisingly onto the 4th round.

On their way they even eliminated the big favorite Liverpool FC with several stars in a 2:0-win at Stamford Bridge, scored by Peter Rhoades-Brown and Colin Lee and with Gary Locke as the leader of the defence (s. Picture). Joey Jones won the prize as the best Chelsea FC player of the year, a historic honor which is led by Eden Hazard and Frank Lampard with 3 wins each.  

The Chelsea Shirt was always blue, in honor of the owner in 1910s, the earl of Cadogan. The current uniform (with blue shorts and white socks) was created of coach Tommy Doherty’s idea in the campaign 1964/65 that wanted to make a visual separation of the rest of the English teams. In this campaign 1982/83 we find the interesting introduction of the white vertical stripes that is reproduced perfectly by Retrofootball® in this officially licensed Vintage-Chelsea-Shirt and is offered to all nostalgic football fans about type of playing that will not reappear!

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