Global Charity Partner
Chelsea share Right To Play’s belief in the power of play to change young lives, and we were proud to include the charity’s logo on our kit for our victorious UEFA Champions League campaign 2012 and for our Europa League triumph in 2013.
Right To Play's mission is to use sport and play to educate and empower children and youth to overcome the effects of poverty, conflict, and disease in disadvantaged communities.
Play can bring entire communities together and inspire every individual. A game of football can teach children about tolerance and peace, and a game of tag can teach about malaria. Play helps teach important life lessons and develop skills like cooperation, leadership, and teamwork.
Chelsea is happy to consider requests for signed merchandise for registered charities however due to the overwhelming demand we regret that it is not possible for the club to meet all these requests.
If it is not a registered charity applying, but you are applying on behalf of a charity you may need to supply a covering letter from the charity in question.
If applying via email the club will try to respond within 5 working days.
If applying via post it could take up to 28 days for response.
Application must be sent in writing to:
Cobham Training Ground
64 Stoke Road
Sadly due to similar demands we cannot provide signed merchandise for fans or for fans to send merchandise for players to sign.
The club work with our official charitable partner Right To Play. We regret that most of our resources are given to our global charity partner however we will try and offer our support to other charitable organisations when we can.