- English full-back Reece James and younger sibling Lauren James dazzled in Chelsea's new kits for the 2022-23 season
- Chelsea's new jersey's for the forthcoming season pays homage to one of the most important figures in the club’s history, Ted Drake
- The pair have been instrumental to Chelsea's success in recent memory with Lauren helping the women's team clinch the FA Cup last season
Chelsea star Reece James and his sister Lauren James modelled in the club's 2022-23 new kits.
The James siblings were among the Chelsea stars selected to model in the club's new outfit for the upcoming season.
According to GOAL, the kit, produced by Nike, honours legendary ex-Blues manager Ted Drake with the heraldic lion.
In a photo posted on Twitter, seen by Sports Brief, Reece James and his sister shared a heartwarming moment together during the photoshoot of the club's 2022-23 kit unveiling.
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What is the inspiration behind Chelsea's new kits?
Marking 70 years since the appointment of legendary Chelsea manager Ted Drake, Nike and the club have paid homage to the iconic figure with their home shirt for the 2022-23 season.
The visionary former Chelsea manager is best remembered for guiding us to our first-ever top-flight league title in 1955, having recruited wisely and in contrast to the past when unreliable big names were signed.
"Drake was the man who changed the club’s nickname from ‘the Pensioners’ to ‘the Blues’, feeling it more fitting for the dynamic team he was building in west London." A statement on the club's website read.
Reece James celebrates sister, Lauren for winning FA Cup with Chelsea women
James' sister, Lauren, plays for Chelsea women and played a role in their FA Cup success over Manchester City at the Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
In a photo posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, James shared a breathtaking moment with his sister as the duo took a picture after Chelsea women edged Manchester City in the Women's FA Cup finals.
Source: Sports Brief News