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Why did Chelsea choose to wear the yellow jersey in the FA Cup final against Liverpool

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It is clear that Thomas Tuchel’s men are desperate to end their miserable fortune at Wembley and are taking every possible step to ensure a long-awaited win under Wembley’s arch.

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Chelsea will play at Wembley in the FA Cup Final on Saturday in an all-yellow stripe despite the lack of a confrontation with the opponents. Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp’s men will stick to their traditional red dress, as they did when the two teams met at the same stadium earlier this season for the Carabao Cup final. Chelsea It has an excellent history in FA cup She won the competition in 2009 while wearing the yellow uniform when they beat Everton In the end.

The Blues booked their place in this season’s final with a comfortable semi-final victory over their teammate in London Crystal Palace, which is a game in which they also wear yellow. The last season that saw Chelsea flaunt the yellow jersey was away in the 2018/19 season – winning the FA Cup, although he did so while wearing the blue in the final against Manchester United.

The two full seasons since that victory have seen Chelsea reach the FA Cup final impressively on both occasions – despite losing both games and doing so in their signature blue jersey. The first defeat came at an empty Wembley stadium against him Arsenalbefore falling into the last hurdle again Lister City of the last chapter.

Tuchel hopes that wearing yellow will bring more luck to Chelsea’s way as they look to lift the trophy in the world’s oldest competition in the same colors they did nearly 13 years ago against another team on Merseyside.

According to the statement released by the club as soon as the guest shirt was revealed last summer, the shirt that Chelsea will wear at Wembley appears to indicate the level of young and exciting talent within their ranks.






Cesar Azpilicueta and Ruben Loftus-Cheek wear the yellow jersey for Chelsea in the semi-finals

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“The striped details are a nod to groups from the past, but are updated by the Lions’ compatibility, which represents this new era of youthful energy that dominates the club,” the club said.

This final also presents Chelsea’s first chance to secure titles under the new ownership of Todd Buheli, who is looking to start where former president Roman Abramovich left off. Tuchel has revealed how his players are unafraid of Liverpool’s impressive performance this season.

“I don’t care about their other titles,” the Blues chief claimed before thinking about their last meeting. “We lost, of course, the final. We gave everything in that final as you know, it was a big match that went until the last penalty kick.

“Of course, we were unlucky and lost it. We want to change things. The Carabao Cup won’t bring us back but we are here and we were here last season in the FA Cup Final and that means an unbelievably much to us. It’s the FA Cup, the most famous and most traditional cup in the world that Played at Wembley.

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