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This website is THE on-line resource for factual Chelsea information, stats and history.

We have a great team here dedicated to populating this site with information about Chelsea Football Club. Since its launch in 2010, the site has 4,387 articles, a number which is increasing daily.

Highlights of the site so far include:

Featured Player
Ramires is a Brazilian international midfielder who signed for Chelsea from Benfica in 2010. A "box-to-box" midfielder, Ramires has been known for his stamina since the beginning of his career in Brazil, pairing defensive ability with incisive forward runs. He has also been employed on the right side of midfield at Chelsea.

In 2012 he was voted Players' Player of the Year by his team-mates, having been one of the outstanding players of Chelsea's ultimately highly successful 2011-12 season, contributing 12 goals. These included a perfectly judged lob against Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League semi-final 2nd leg, and the opening goal in the 2012 FA Cup final. (more...)

Featured Youth Player
Jeremie Boga (born 3 January 1997 in Marseille, France) is an attacking midfielder currently playing in Chelsea's Under-21 team.

Jeremie joined Chelsea from ASPTT Marseille (a local youth club not affiliated with Olympique Marseille) as a youngster when...(more...)

Featured Former Player
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George Hilsdon (10 August 1885 - 10 September 1941) was an English international centre forward who played for Chelsea between 1906 and 1912. He was nicknamed "Gatling-Gun" due to his powerful shots.

Hilsdon was the first Chelsea player to represent England, the first Chelsea player to score 100 goals for the club, and was top scorer for three consecutive seasons following his arrival in west London from West Ham United.

He also holds the club record for number of goals in one game, with six in a 9-1 win against Worksop Town in 1908. He remains Chelsea's ninth top goalscorer of all time. (more...)

Next Opponent
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Manchester United is a professional football club based at Old Trafford in Greater Manchester. It is one of the most successful clubs in the history of English football, having won 20 league titles and multiple domestic and European trophies.

They were the first English club to win the European Cup, in 1968, won a second as part of a Treble in 1999; and added a third Champions League title in 2008, beating Chelsea on penalties in the final. Other notable matches between the clubs include the 1994 and 2007 FA Cup finals.

Venue: Old Trafford
Competition: Premier League
Date: Sunday 26th October 2014
Kick off: 16:00 GMT

Featured Match
Tottenham Hotspur 1-6 Chelsea was the 17th league match of the 1997-98 season. An emphatic second half performance saw Ruud Gullit's Chelsea clinch their biggest ever win over their rivals. The Blues were only the second visiting team to score six goals at White Hart Lane and extended the club's unbeaten run against Spurs to 17 matches.

Goals from Tore André Flo and Ramon Vega had left the teams level at half-time, but Chelsea took command early in the second. Roberto Di Matteo put the Blues back in front, Dan Petrescu extended the lead with a lob over Walker, Flo's emphatic strike finished off a neat one-two with Gianfranco Zola and Mark Nicholls added a fifth before Flo completed his hat-trick in stoppage time.

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John McNichol scores against Charlton Athletic at Stamford Bridge in 1953.
Did you know...
...that upon winning the UEFA Europa League in 2013 Chelsea became the first English club to win all three major UEFA competitions?
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