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|Full Name||Stanley Bernard Willemse|
|Date of Birth||23 August 1924|
|Place of Birth||Brighton, England|
|Debut||31 August 1949|
|Games (goals)||221 (2)|
|Other clubs|| Brighton & Hove Albion|
Stanley Bernard "Stan" Willemse' (23 August 1924 – 5 August 2011) was an English left-back who played for Chelsea from 1949 until 1956. He was a member of Chelsea's first league title-winning side in 1955.
Born in Brighton, Willemse served in the Royal Marines during the Second World War, and began his football career with Brighton & Hove Albion before signing for Chelsea in 1949 for £6,000, a sum which helped fund rebuilding work at Brighton's Goldstone Ground. He earned a reputation as a hard-tackling defender whilst with the club, and was part of the core of the team that won the League Championship in 1954-55, alongside the likes of Roy Bentley, Ken Armstrong, Eric Parsons and Derek Saunders, playing 39 games that season.
Willemse also featured in the representative London XI side which reached the final of the 1955-58 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. He only remained at Chelsea for one more season following the title-winning campaign, and signed for Leyton Orient in 1956.
When Chelsea won the title again in 2005, Willemse and fellow 1955 title-winner Roy Bentley carried out the trophy at Stamford Bridge, following the match against Charlton, for it to be presented to captain John Terry. He passed away on 5th August 2011, aged 86. 
|Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Europe||Other||Total|
|1||1950-51||31 March||1951||First Division||Manchester United||1-0||1-4||Old Trafford|
|2||1954-55||29 March||1955||First Division||Sunderland||2-0||2-1||Stamford Bridge|