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Registered kits... 14:32 - Jul 2 with 603 viewshoppy

I thought clubs have to register their playing kits for a whole season?

How were Chelsea able to wear their new 2020/21 kit in last night's game against West Ham?

I know there's been occasions when maybe the last game of the season has been the unveiling of a new kit (whether that's allowable or not, I'm not sure), but several games from the end of the season is unusual, isn't it?

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Registered kits... on 14:35 - Jul 2 with 591 viewsMarshalls_Mullet

Probably a loophole as we are past the official end date of the season?

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Registered kits... on 16:24 - Jul 2 with 479 viewsTrumptonBlue

Both Bournemouth and Chelsea are having to wear their new kits because their contracts with their previous shirt sponsors have expired.
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Registered kits... on 18:20 - Jul 2 with 384 viewsWacko

Registered kits... on 16:24 - Jul 2 by TrumptonBlue

Both Bournemouth and Chelsea are having to wear their new kits because their contracts with their previous shirt sponsors have expired.


I thought about that, but they can still use the same kit but change the shirt sponsor

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Registered kits... on 20:56 - Jul 2 with 297 viewsbournemouthblue

Registered kits... on 16:24 - Jul 2 by TrumptonBlue

Both Bournemouth and Chelsea are having to wear their new kits because their contracts with their previous shirt sponsors have expired.


I'm sure I've seen a few other clubs doing it as well?

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