John Terry Wears Special Boots in 700th Chelsea Match

Chelsea legend John Terry, who made his Chelsea debut on 28 October 1998 against Aston Villa, laced up in a special Nike Magista Opus Boot in Saturday's FA Cup clash against Everton. And even though Chelsea lost the match against the Toffees, the renowned defender decided to show off both his boots and Chelsea's special captain armband that were created for his 700th game for the Blues.


John Terry's Special Boots in the FA Cup Clash Against Everton

These are the special boots that John Terry received for his 700th Chelsea match.



Featuring the exactly same design and technologies as the Wolf Grey Nike Magista Opus Boots, John Terry's 700th Games Boots comes both with Everton's and Chelsea's logo on the heel area while including the number 700 below the Chelsea crest. Apart from that, his cleat also features the lettering Summer as a nod for the time after his Chelsea career.

John Terry on Instagram: It’s another great personal milestone to reach, and something I’m extremely proud of. Disappointed with the result and absolutely gutted at going out of the FA Cup. The away support was superb and a big thank you to everyone who travelled and sang their hearts out.


The 25-year old defender also presented the special armband that was created for this historic match.



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