The Blues have been busy on social media again this week as UK social distancing measures continue to keep us at home...
Social media allows us a glimpse through the keyhole to see how the Chelsea players are coping with lockdown and what they are doing to fill their time.
Last week, fitness was the name of the game, from Ross Barkley's 5km running to Mason Mount's garden workouts.
This time around, the lads have stepped up charitable efforts far and wide, while closer to home it seems enforced isolation might just be sending a few of them crazy! Here, we round up the best of this week's posts on social...
Tammy Abraham has some new kit for the garden that he hopes will help keep the critics quiet.
Also making the most of his outside space, Marcos Alonso has been doing his best to stay active, although the Spaniard's first touch looks in perfect working order to us!
After a heavy defeat on FIFA 20 in the ePremier League Tournament, Reece James took to Twitter for a bit of self-deprecating humour...
Toni Rudiger urged support for his foundation, which has committed to providing 60,000 face masks for low-income market traders in Sierra Leone. You can donate here.
Mason's moustache is coming along nicely!
In the States, Christian Pulisic is helping to provide meals to frontline workers in his Hershey hometown.
On-loan defender Jake Clarke-Salter is one of many to get involved in Nike's #LivingRoomCup challenge!
Michy Batshuayi has been getting through the crisis the only way he knows how - with a smile!
As we marked the anniversary of previous FA Youth Cup triumphs, Tammy was in a reminiscent mood but a slight dig at his former Academy coach could not go unanswered!
Read: Best of social media during the lockdown - part two