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Find out how England Rugby World Cup star George Ford became a Blue

George Ford and the England rugby side play in the World Cup final against South Africa on Saturday and Blues fans have a reason to cheer on the fly-half as he is one of our own – and you can find out which of our current Chelsea squad he thinks could do well on a rugby pitch…

01 Nov 2019
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On another level

In his latest blog for the official Chelsea website, Stephen Rea - our Stateside writer – has a Halloween-related question…

31 Oct 2019
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Watching a win in the Windy City

In his latest blog for the official Chelsea website, Stephen Rea - our Stateside writer – enjoyed the experience of watching a recent Blues win amongst a crowd larger than usual for him…

28 Oct 2019
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Friendly Turf – Chelsea’s last five games at Burnley

Turf Moor may be a difficult away ground for most Premier League sides but Chelsea have done well on our previous visits to Burnley in the Premier League with wins in four of our last five matches there.

26 Oct 2019
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Top-class players, managers... and authors

In an unlikely coincidence, when Chelsea face Newcastle United both teams’ managers will also be published writers of fiction books. We’ll have to wait until later today to find out who comes out on top in the football, Frank Lampard or Steve Bruce, but when it comes to their literary careers, is there a clear winner?

19 Oct 2019
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Chelsea’s best sporting all-rounders

Petr Cech’s announcement that he has signed for an ice hockey team came as a surprise to many, but a footballer taking up a second sport isn’t as rare as you might think, as these other former Chelsea players prove.

13 Oct 2019
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Quick off the mark - Comparing Tammy Abraham with other Chelsea strikers

Tammy Abraham has quickly settled into his role as a Premier League striker with eight goals in his first eight matches for Chelsea in the top flight.

11 Oct 2019
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Chelsea’s top England performers over the years

Fikayo Tomori could become the 50th player to earn a senior England cap if he makes his debut during the international break. Here are some of our best performers for the Three Lions.

11 Oct 2019
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Four Lions and counting

There are more members of the current England squad that play their club football for Chelsea than any other side, with four, but there was a time not so long ago when we regularly contributed even more players to the Three Lions...

09 Oct 2019
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From the Big Easy to the Big Apple

In his latest blog for the official Chelsea website, Stephen Rea - our Stateside writer - explains why he was in New York to watch our Champions League win over Lille. I’ve seen Chelsea live a bunch of times in New York. This week was the first time I’ve watched them on TV while I’ve been there.

04 Oct 2019
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Party Loic it's 2015

When we take on Lille our opponents will have a familiar face among their ranks, in a striker whose important contribution to our 2014/15 title triumph is often understated.

02 Oct 2019
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Spot on: Chelsea’s Premier League penalty kings

Jorginho’s penalty against Brighton at the weekend was the 100th spot-kick scored at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era, but who have been our most successful penalty takers in recent years?

02 Oct 2019
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Chelsea’s best sporting all-rounders

Petr Cech’s announcement that he has signed for an ice hockey team came as a surprise to many, but a footballer taking up a second sport isn’t as rare as you might think, as these other former Chelsea players prove.

11 Oct 2019
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Gus Poyet, Chelsea’s South American pioneer

Uruguayan midfielder Gus Poyet was Chelsea’s first South American superstar and as we’re playing Brighton this weekend, a club he managed with distinction, we look back at his time at Chelsea, as well as highlighting a few other popular players from that continent.

27 Sep 2019
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In seventh heaven

Chelsea’s 7-1 win over Grimsby Town on Wednesday may have been the first time in 59 years we had scored seven goals in a League Cup tie but we have managed to match that tally or go beyond it on a few other occasions in the recent past.

27 Sep 2019
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Chelsea’s cup clashes with fourth tier opponents

It has been a pretty good omen for Chelsea when we have been drawn against teams from England’s fourth tier in the domestic cup competitions over the past 20 years.

25 Sep 2019
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The fishy tale of Chelsea versus Grimsby in 1996

Have you heard the one about why the Grimsby winger missed the big match against Chelsea?

24 Sep 2019
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Streak-breaking Blues

Chelsea have developed a knack for putting an end to long runs of successful results by our opponents and we will look to continue the trend when we host Liverpool this weekend.

22 Sep 2019
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Home comforts - Chelsea v Spanish clubs at the Bridge

Chelsea will look to maintain our good home record against Spanish clubs in the Champions League group stage when we host Valencia at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday in our opening game in this season’s competition.

17 Sep 2019
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Cesar Azpilicueta and Willian set to join illustrious group

Tonight’s game against Valencia could see Cesar Azpilicueta and Willian make their 50th European appearance for the Blues, which would see them join this impressive list of overseas players to reach the milestone for Chelsea.

17 Sep 2019