Upcoming matches of Chelsea
|Sevilla vs Chelsea||UCL||03 Dec||20:00|
|Chelsea vs Leeds United||EPL||06 Dec||20:00|
|Chelsea vs Krasnodar||UCL||09 Dec||20:00|
|Everton vs Chelsea||EPL||13 Dec||20:00|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Chelsea||EPL||16 Dec||18:00|
Latest News, Highlight, Match summary
- Chelsea vs Krasnodar: The diffrent levelThis season’s Group E Champions League has been well-rounded as Chelsea look to move on to the top of the table. Krasnodar, meanwhile, is certain to be relegated to the Europa League. With both out of target, perhaps Chelsea and Krasnodar will not be too salty with the upcoming match. Especially when the schedule for […]
- Chelsea vs Leeds United: Can make a surprise?After a period of early season with not good results, in recent rounds Chelsea is gradually showing their stability, especially in defence with the arrival of Thiago Silva. On the other side of the line, beating Everton at Goodison Park in the previous round, Leeds United continued to show they were not vulnerable to bullying. […]
- Sevilla vs Chelsea: Aiming for the top spotWith tickets in place, the clash between Sevilla and Chelsea is only meant to determine the top of Group E of the Champions League. In a situation where both teams are in very good form, which name will soon accomplish their goals. vsWatch live for free 8:00pm, Tue 2 Dec 2020 – Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán […]
- Chelsea vs Tottenham: Great battle of LondonAfter a break time for FIFA day, the Premier League began to enter the most important period of the season. There, Chelsea and Tottenham emerged as strong contenders to replace the forces Liverpool and Manchester City have dominated in recent years. This weekend’s Derby promises to be intriguing even on the bench as Lampard and […]
- Rennes vs Chelsea: Keep the win streak1 – 2 5:55pm, Tue 24 Nov 2020 – Stade de la Route de Lorient After a period of deflected play earlier in the season, Chelsea began to go into a trajectory of stability. Especially the expensive rookies that the Blues brought back in the summer gradually proved their talent. With the spirit rising, coach […]
Chelsea is one of the world’s top Football Clubs and the pride of Britain Football. Let have a closer look at the history of the club and how it became the legend of Britain.
Chelsea Football Club, also known as The Blues, was founded in 1905 by Gus Mears – a genius English businessman and a big football fan.
In 1904, Mears bought the Stamford Bridge athletics stadium to transform it into a football ground. His original idea was to rent it out to an existing club – the Fulham F.C. However, the deal never got tied, so, the man found his new way and started a new football club – the Chelsea F.C.
That was why although Chelsea’s home ground is in Fulham, the club is named after the neighbor ground – Chelsea. Although the club never had competed before, Chelsea got accepted to the Football League’s division two.
So far, Chelsea is the first and only football club to get admitted into a Football League without ever kicking the ball.
Journey To Glory
Talking about their journey to glory, a long-history club like Chelsea surely has many ups and downs to discuss.
On 1955 April 23rd, Chelsea FC beat Sheffield Wednesday three-nil to get their first-ever first division title. This title left most people shocked because Chelsea was expected to finish in the bottom half of the table.
However, that was the only big achievement of Chelsea with Ted Drake.
On April 2nd, 1982, Chelsea FC was sold to another businessman named Ken Bates. Chelsea did not win any title under Bates’ ownership, but, the man did steer the club back to stability and built a competitive squad over his 20 years.
The mega moment of the club came when Roman Abramovich – a Russian billionaire took over Chelsea and made Chelsea the first mega-rich football club in Britain.
On May 19th, 2012, Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties in the Champions League final at Bayern’s home stadium – the Allianz Arena. Bayern took the lead late in the match, but Chelsea was able to level in the 85th minute. The match ended 1-1 with Chelsea winning 4-3 on penalties after seven rounds of shooting.
That wonderful redemption was such a break-out for the club who had lost painfully to Manchester United in the final 2008 Champion League.
Till today, Chelsea remains to be the only London based Football Club that won the Champion League or UEFA European Cup.
Right now, the race to the top 4 Premier League is becoming hotter than ever, especially after unpredictable developments in round 32. With a remarkable goal difference (+20 compared to +13), M.U. will surpass Chelsea if the Blues are drawn or lost in the next round.
After repeatedly down performance over the years, the goal to take back the pride in this 2020-2021 season is not an easy task for Chelsea.
However, the outstanding young players that the club is holding give us hope to see Chelsea step on the podium glory once again, such as Reece James, Marc Guehi, Dujon Sterling, Conor Gallagher, Tammy Abraham, Ethan Ampadu, and Billy Gilmour.
So, what do you think about Chelsea? After all ups and downs, I do think Chelsea has proved that they are truly the pride of Britain. How about you? Don’t hesitate to leave and comment and let me know.
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