Chelsea have unveiled their home kit for the 2016-17 as the Blues prepare for life under new manager Antonio Conte.
Hazard had been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer but his recent statements and inclusion for this occasion suggests he will remain in west London.
Chelsea will be wearing the new strip in their final home game of the Premier League season when champions Leicester City visit Stamford Bridge.
Yokohama are once again the main sponsor and their logo is emblazoned across the front of the new Blues home shirt.
It is priced at £90 for the Adi Zero version and £55 for the adult replica version, with a kids replica shirt setting you back £45 on the club’s megastore website.
The shirt is of course finished in traditional blue with white trim on the collar and sleeves, as well as Adidas’ trademark three stripe design on the sides.
It also features a new lion watermark on the front of the shirt, with Hazard and Loftus-Cheek both giving it a big thumbs up at the Chelsea training ground.
“Blue is the colour,” Hazard said with a smile. “It's good, it's new, I hope we can win some games with this shirt. Not too tight, it's good.”
You can add official printing to your shirt for an additional £11.95 to pay homage to your heroes or add a personal touch.