Posted on: Wed 16 Jan 2013

This Sunday, ahead of our Premier League game against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge, supporters will have an opportunity to meet Frank Blunstone in the Club Museum.

Blunstone, who will be appearing between 10.30am - 12.30pm, made history back in 1955 when he was part of the Blues side which won the league title for the very first time, and went on to make over 300 appearances for the club before he was forced into premature retirement at the age of 30 after breaking his leg.

The former winger, who also earned international recognition with England, will be entertaining fans with stories and anecdotes from a time when footballers were often forced to combine their playing careers with national service duties, while also giving an insight into playing alongside two of the greatest strikers in the club's history - Roy Bentley and Jimmy Greaves.

With the demand for this event unsurprisingly huge, we advise you to book your visit in order to avoid disappointment.