Chelsea Foundation run Black History Month poetry competition
52 schools took part in Chelsea Foundation's Black History Month poetry competition. Meet some of the finalists and listen to their poems here...
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FIFA challenge No.2 with the Chelsea Academy. We asked the team to score a FIFA fastest goal in the second stage of the #ePremierLeague challenge. Think you can do better? Do you live in the UK? Represent Chelsea in the ePremier League: http://e.premierleague.com/club/chelsea
Cesar Azpilicueta, Marcos Alonso or Willy Caballero - who are you backing to win this headers & volleys challenge?👀 Chelsea FC Women get prepped for their major clash with Manchester United at Kingsmeadow and all smiles for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and co. as they appear on set...