Honour Roll

Stamford Bridge

Capacity: 42, 055

Founded: 1905

Club Nickname: The Blues

Manager/Coach: To be Announced Soon!!!


Premier League winners2004-52005-6, 2009-10, 2014-15, 2016-2017
Division One winners1955

Division Two winners1984, 1989
Runners-up: 1907, 1912, 1930, 1963, 1977

FA Cup winners1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2018
Runners-up: 1915, 1967, 1994, 2017

League Cup winners1965, 1998, 2005, 2007, 2015
Runners-up: 1972, 2008

European Cup-Winners’ Cup winners1971, 1998
European Super Cup winners1998

Charity Shield winners: 1955, 2000, 2009

Community Shield Winners2005

European Cup (Champs League) runners-up: 2008

UEFA Champs League Winners: 2012

Europa League Cup Winners: 2013, 2018


Chelsea became the first ever team to hold two European Cups in one season, only for a brief few days after winning the Europa League Cup in May 2013 whilst being UEFA Champs League holders of 2012.

So we have won over the last 114 years the following trophies:

6 League Titles in the top flight;
8 FA Cups;
4 Charity/Community Shields;
4 League Cups;
1 Super Cup (Chelsea 1 – 0 Real Madrid);
2 Cup Winners’ Cups – 1971 and 1998
2nd Division Champions – 1984/1989
2 Full Members’ Cup – 1986/1990
7 FA Youth Cups – 1960/1961 and 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
1 UEFA Champs League – 2012

2 Europa League Cup -2013, 2018

Legend: Chelsea fans voted Didier Drogba and Gianfranco Zola as their best ever players. The diminutive genius (Zola) helped revive his side’s fortunes before anyone had even heard of Roman Abramovich on the King’s Road. And Drogba helped us win the Champions League trophy (2012) scoring the definitive penalty to win us the cup against Bayern Munich.

Lamps Frankie

Terrace hero: Captain Fantastic John Terry. With all the big money signing’s of recent times, Terry’s rise through the Chelsea ranks ensures the supporters still have one of their own to lead the team. And Super Frankie Lampard – the club record goal scorer with 211 goals.

Finest hour: Former Blues hero turned manager Roberto di Matteo won us the double – (FA Cup and Champs League Cup) in the 2011/12 season.

Lowest ebb: The expensive rebuilding of the East Stand in the 1970’s almost bankrupt the club. It ultimately forced the sale of the Stamford Bridge freehold to property developers and saw Chelsea come perilously close to losing their home. And when Abramovich appointed Rafa as caretaker/interim/acting head coach in 2012.