Version 1.0: Chelsea has followed the original post with a few more videos that feature other electronic devices from the 1990s – including, for instance, the Playstation 1 as well as an old Nokia phone. This is a lot more obvious that the original article was not focused on Nintendo it was a teaser of the forthcoming release of the Chelsea 23-24 home kit.
Chelsea Football Club have teased supporters with a short video in advance of the reveal of their new kit for the forthcoming season. The video features Nintendo in the spotlight. Will they contract with the renowned Japanese video game maker? Absolutely no.
Chelsea is in search of an additional sponsor for their jerseys. It is believed that the Premier League previously blocked a partnership in partnership with Paramount+ due to broadcast partner regulations, and rumors of a possible collaboration with Stake.com were circulated but was not snuffed out due to protests by fans.
CHELSEA Post Video of NINTENDO
These are symbols that are of the club. The video closes by stating “it’s 90s-themed”.
Mock-ups – will not happen
Thank you for @TheyThinkKits for the mock-up
Footy Headlines believe they are certain that Nintendo isn’t going to be Chelsea’s kit sponsors. Instead, the clip suggests that the next year’s Chelsea 2023-2024 kit is in the style of the 1990s, and also the Home kit from 1997-1999 particularly.
We anticipate the brand new Chelsea 2023-2024 kit for the home to go on sale shortly, possibly without any sponsors.
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