Chelsea's home kit for the 2021/22 campaign has been seen for sale in Mexico - and the unusual design is likely to divide opinion among fans.
The new band is at least controversial, with Nike opting for a very different look from this season's kit.
The Footy Headlines football kit website has launched photos of the design, which features an abstract zig-zag and full-page print on the shirt.
The Nike logo is completely yellow, while the "3" emblem has been left in white and the club badge has been left in its standard color, with a yellow ornament on the outside.
It also has a V-neck as opposed to this year's crew neck, along with yellow stripes along the sides.
On the back of the collar, the acronym "CFC" can be found in yellow font.
The shorts are also blue with yellow stripes, while the socks are white with yellow and blue features.
It is believed that the kit will be officially launched in May 2021 before the end of this season's Premier League.
Chelsea will hope to wear their new striking outfit in the Champions League next season, but they still have a fight to secure a place in the competition.
With nine games to play in the Premier League, he is currently two points behind West Ham in fourth place, while Tottenham are just one point behind Hammers in sixth place.
Liverpool and Everton, who fell to seventh and eighth by 46 points, will also remain in the Champions League qualifying race.
However, another way Thomas Tuchel could guide the blues in next season's Champions League is to win the tournament in this term.
Chelsea will face Porto in the quarter-finals this month, with Liverpool or Real Madrid waiting in the semi-finals.
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