John Terry is the highest scoring defender in Chelsea history, having played between 1998 and 2017...
What are John Terry's best Chelsea goals?
All these goals are in the video above.
Scored in a 5-0 FA Cup win, this was John Terry's first Chelsea goal.
Another headed goal, this one was a winner in a Champions League group stage game.
In open play this time, JT heads home powerfully in another FA Cup win.
Speaking of FA Cup goals, it was Terry in the right place at the right time to score the only goal to defeat local rivals in a semi-final.
West Ham 2002
A special one from earlier in that same cup run, scored at the death back in his native east London to clinch a win in a replay thriller.
West Ham 2006
Showing great technique, the captain finds the Hammers net at Stamford Bridge this time as the Blues closed in on a second successive league championship.
A header powered into the Highbury net as Chelsea twice came from behind to claim an important point on the way to our first Premier League title triumph.
In this win the skipper produced a spectacular scissor volley at the Shed End, from the edge of the area too.
He would not give up. It was into the 98th minute when Terry heeled in from close range to prevent a home defeat.
The big one! The headed winner in a momentous and memorable topsy-turvy two-legged knockout tie against the Spanish giants.
John Terry goal record for Chelsea
67 goals in all competitions
41 Premier League goals (making his the Premier League's all-time top scoring defender)
11 FA Cup goals
2 League Cup goals
10 Champions League goals
3 UEFA Cup/Europa League goals
When did John Terry score his first Chelsea goal?
On 20 February 2000 against Gillingham, in a 5-0 FA Cup quarter-final at Stamford Bridge.
When did John Terry score his 50th Chelsea goal?
On 11 November 2012 against Liverpool, in a 1-1 Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge.
When did John Terry score his last Chelsea goal?
On 15 May 2017 against Watford, in a 4-3 Premier League win at Stamford Bridge. It opened the scoring in his penultimate Chelsea game.