FiveThirtyEight readers voted: Chelsea’s away jersey.
The home jersey is the only other jersey to win the award.
It was one of the best-selling jerseys in the league.
It also won the honor for best overall jersey, behind only the jersey with the most jerseys in its top 10.
“We’re very proud of this,” Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte said of the home jersey.
“I think this is the first time we won a jersey of this magnitude.
The home and away jerseys have gone head-to-head in the MLS Cup Playoffs, with Conte’s team winning each one, including this past season. “
The home jersey has been an iconic shirt of the club for the last decade and it’s been a great shirt for us.”
The home and away jerseys have gone head-to-head in the MLS Cup Playoffs, with Conte’s team winning each one, including this past season.
It could be a while before Chelsea and New York City play again.
Conte did not speak to reporters after Saturday’s game, but he said on Twitter that the home and home teams “must fight for every win.”
This isn’t the first rivalry between Chelsea and NYCFC.
Chelsea beat New York twice in the 2011 MLS Cup final.
NYCFC beat the club in the 2013 MLS Cup.
“It’s important to us that we win every match, and the home-field advantage has to be at least 10 points,” Conte told reporters.
“If you win that 10-point advantage you can take the game into the second half and win it.”
Conte has a history of winning the jersey.
In the 2016 MLS Cup, the Chelsea head-coach scored the winning goal with his first touch.
Chelsea lost the title to NYCFC, 2-1, on penalties in the final.
The match was also a turning point for the club, as Conte and team captain John Terry were both injured during the final minutes of the game.
“There is no better feeling than winning a match that you’ve been working so hard for, and winning a game where you’ve scored a penalty and you’ve won it on penalties,” Conty said.
“You’re going to have a very tough game tomorrow, and I think this jersey is a big reason for that.
I think we will have a great day.”