MEET BLUES LEGENDS AT CLUB MUSEUM
Supporters have a unique opportunity to meet a couple of Stamford Bridge legends prior to Saturday's home game against Stoke City.
Ron Harris and Peter Bonetti were part of the Chelsea side which lifted both the FA Cup and European Cup Winners' Cup in the early 1970s, and the duo are held in high esteem by supporters of all ages.
Harris has made more appearances (795) for the club than any other player, and became the first man to lift the FA Cup for the Blues following the 1970 success over Leeds United.
Bonetti, meanwhile, our second highest appearance maker (729), kept 208 clean sheets over the course of his two spells in west London and was nicknamed 'The Cat' due to his outstanding reflexes between the sticks.
Harris and Bonetti will be appearing at the Club Museum, speaking about their respective Chelsea careers and entertaining supporters with stories and anecdotes from an era when players were able to share a pint with fans on the way home from the game.
With the demand for this event unsurprisingly huge, we advise you to pre-book your visit in order to avoid missing out.