Follow the Blues today (Thursday) as we celebrate the 15-year anniversary of Chelsea winning our first Premier League title and a day when Frank Lampard scored both goals in a 2-0 win away at Bolton to clinch it.
In these tough times we want to bring our football community together and use this is an occasion for all Chelsea fans to engage with each other on social media, and in the simple idea of watching a game together!Watch the full game as live on this website and follow the chat on Twitter using #CFCWatchParty
When is the game?
The game kicks off at 8.30pm (UK time) on Thursday 30 April.
How can I watch the game live?
The game can be watched live on this website. It will also be on The 5th Stand app but the website is the place for the full Watch Party experience.
If you choose to watch the live stream on the website, tune in from 8.30pm here. If you join late, don’t worry, you can skip to where we are all watching (check our @chelseafc Twitter!) or just start from the beginning yourself!
If you choose to watch the game on The 5th Stand app, you do so via the link below.
How will it work?
Tune in, press play and join in on Twitter if you want by using #CFCWatchParty. Simple as that.No cost, all free, purely for the fun of it.
Who will be watching the game?
We've asked some special guests to join us on social media in a global Chelsea love-in!Hopefully we’ll hear a few new Chelsea stories and we can bring the world together. We also want players and fans from every era to join us in chatting to each other and following the game.
The game will also be available on the official app.
We’d love everyone to watch it but we know people are busy and with everyone at home, screens are at a premium, so if you just want to follow on social, we’ll be retweeting player tweets and sharing 'in-game' clips.
When does the build-up start?
Now! Tell your Chelsea mates and get everyone involved. Film yourselves watching and share it with us on Twitter using #CFCWatchPartyWe are showing highlights from other games from that epic season below to get you in the mood, and you can read our 'Ending the Wait' stories on 2004/05 which we have been publishing on chelseafc.com all this month.