Five Chelsea FC Books to Take Away Your Quarantine Blues!

To help you through another week of lockdown here are five books to get you truly into the Blue spirit.

Totally Frank: My Autobiography
The Chelsea great takes us through his journey from his time being a young West Ham apprentice to becoming a talisman for Chelsea FC and mainstay of the England national team. It’s time to relive the 2005-06 title winning season and the 2006 World Cup in Germany through the eyes of the gaffer.

JT: Captain, Leader, Legend: The Biography of John Terry
John Terry’s journey to being captain of Chelsea FC was a long one. The Chelsea youth academy graduate fought against all odds to emerge as an instrumental figure for both Chelsea and England. The book was published after JT led the club to back-to-back Premier League titles from 2004-2006 and the FA Cup in 2009. Captain, Leader, Legend.

Chelsea FC: The Official Biography
A must-read for all Blues that want more insight into the club they know and love! This book details the club’s incredible history, shares what made Chelsea FC the club it is today and recreates classic moments in a thrilling book that is sure to delight readers.

Chelsea: 20 Defining Matches (2012)
Compiled by The Guardian, this book is a collection of 20 classic games that defined the history of the club, from 1935 to 2012. This book deserves to be on the top of every Blues’ reading list!

The Kings of King’s Road: The Great Chelsea Team of the 60s and 70s (2015)
The story of the great Chelsea team of the 60s and 70s is nothing short of amazing. The book covers the players’ trailblazing footballing journey, which saw them win an FA Cup and European Cup Winners’ Cup, and their incredible lifestyle as Kings of the King's Road - all in their own words.