Chelsea Foundation welcomed more than 60 guests during the 2022/23 season as part of its community days.
The community days see Chelsea supporters who have been going through difficult times invited into the training ground along with their families.
The special guests are treated to an exclusive Q&A session and chance to watch the men’s team training, before meeting their heroes who sign memorabilia for the supporters.
Sally Mills, charities administrator at Chelsea Foundation, said: ‘The community days are a crucial piece of activity that Chelsea Foundation organises on a monthly basis and I’m delighted that we have been able to put a smile on the faces of more than 60 people this season.’
At the final community day of the 2022/23 season, Amelia Hackett, Max Judge, Aimee Carruthers and Hussain Alain visited Cobham.
Max Judge said: ‘It was an amazing experience to be here and meet my heroes. It is something I will never forget.’
Aimee Carruthers said: ‘Seeing my favourite Chelsea players is a dream come true. Thank you for a great day.’
Hussain Alain and Amelia Hackett both said: ‘A really fantastic day!’