Chelsea Transfers

The Latest Chelsea FC Transfer News, Stories and Updates have been added below for the 2021 – 2022 Football Season

  • Wed, 23 Nov 2022 19:00:43 +0000: The Guardian view on Manchester United up for sale: give fans a say in the future | Editorial - Chelsea | The Guardian

    The Glazer family’s leveraged buyout of the club was a sporting scandal in plain sight

    The acquisition of Manchester United by the American Glazer family in 2005 was the most egregious example of carpet-bagging in sporting history. In order to buy one of the most famous and profitable football institutions in the world, the Glazers raised £540m worth of debt and then loaded it on to the club itself. Over the past 17 years, against a backdrop of supporter protests and a decline in performance on the pitch, the Glazer ownership has cost the club more than £1.5bn in interest payments, debt and other outgoings. The family have used Manchester United as their private ATM, personally extracting vast sums in dividend payments and “management fees”, and organising soft loans to their other companies. Their ruthlessly exploitative modus operandi has been a sporting scandal in plain sight.

    Little wonder then, that United supporters are jubilant at the sudden announcement that the Glazers are now open to offers for the club. The scuppering of unpopular plans for a lucrative European Super League, along with the post-Abramovich sale of Chelsea to American buyers for a £4.25bn investment, appears to have convinced the family that now might be the right time to cash out. Earlier this month, the American owners of Liverpool came to the same conclusion, putting another world-famous English institution on the market. According to Forbes, United are worth £3.9bn, but that figure may rise dramatically in a bidding war. Early reports suggest the Glazers may be hoping for £6bn.

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  • Sat, 19 Nov 2022 09:00:53 +0000: Being Christian Pulisic: the pressure of life as US soccer’s chosen one - Chelsea | The Guardian

    The midfielder looks liberated when he steps on to the field for his country. How he handles expectation will be crucial to his team’s chances at this World Cup

    In America, the French actor Isabelle Huppert once said, Europe disappears: “They have everything. They don’t need anything. Deep down to them we are a sort of elegant Third World.” The history of American sport reads as one iteration of this blazing autonomy: from the development of baseball as a derivative of regional English games like stoolball and tut-ball to the evolution of rugby union into American football and the creation of basketball from the manipulation of a soccer ball indoors, the US has specialized in fashioning its own kind of sporting modernity out of Europe’s raw cultural materials, often consigning these older sports to the scrapheap of national memory.

    But globalization – the great success story of American free-market economics – and the unstoppable rise of football have, in recent decades, forced the US to confront a discomfiting reality: in the world’s most popular sport, the global hegemon remains a middleweight at best. The country that has everything now finds that it doesn’t: emerging (almost) every four years from a middling confederation into the glare of the World Cup, the spotlight deflected for once towards other countries, the America that wants for nothing – so confident, so culturally self-reliant – now finds itself in need. It needs to prove that it has footballing muscle equal to its muscle in every other domain. It needs to show that it belongs. And it needs, perhaps more than anything, to convince the world that it can produce a player in the men’s game equal to Haaland, Neymar, Salah, or Mbappé.

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  • Fri, 18 Nov 2022 22:30:39 +0000: Injury expected to rule James Maddison out of England’s opening game in Qatar - Chelsea | The Guardian
    • Midfielder unlikely to face Iran after missing training again
    • Conor Gallagher says his energetic style can combat hot weather

    James Maddison is expected to miss England’s opening game at the World Cup with a slight knee problem that kept him out of training again yesterday. The Leicester midfielder, a surprise inclusion in Gareth Southgate’s squad, has been struggling since limping off during his side’s victory over West Ham last weekend. Maddison has not trained properly since Wednesday and is unlikely to be involved when England face Iran in Group B on Monday.

    The 25-year-old’s potential absence is a blow for England. Maddison was never likely to start at the Khalifa International Stadium but he would be a useful option off the bench. The injury is not believed to be serious and there is confidence that he will be available when England face Wales and the USA.

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  • Thu, 17 Nov 2022 09:25:01 +0000: Liverpool and Juventus tracking Mason Mount with Chelsea talks on hold - Chelsea | The Guardian
    • No sign of breakthrough in negotiations over new contract
    • Édouard Mendy considering future after losing Chelsea place

    Liverpool and Juventus are keeping track of the growing uncertainty around Mason Mount’s future after Chelsea’s talks with the England midfielder over a new deal were put on hold until after the World Cup.

    Mount’s deal expires in just over 18 months and his situation has prompted clubs to check whether he could be lured away from Stamford Bridge. The 23-year-old has been in discussions with Chelsea since the summer and, with no sign of a breakthrough, negotiations are not expected to resume until January.

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  • Tue, 15 Nov 2022 14:49:12 +0000: Premier League clubs face mixed risks of sending players to the World Cup - Chelsea | The Guardian

    Manchester City have 16 players in Qatar but for teams with fewer representatives, this winter offers vital rebuilding time

    Pep Guardiola was notably accepting of Manchester City’s defeat by Brentford in their last match before the World Cup. “My staff and I will have time to reflect on what we did well and what to do better,” he shrugged. Guardiola and his staff may also have to watch events in Qatar through their hands, clenching as heavy tackles fly in and muscle injuries stack up given City – with 16 players – are the Premier League club sending the most players to the finals.

    Even if Erling Haaland will be spending much of the next six weeks on the Etihad Campus, key players such as Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden and Rodri will return bearing the physical and mental scars of the tournament. And individual success in Qatar may not necessarily be good news for a player’s club. To take the example of England’s Euro 2020 finalists, a number of Gareth Southgate’s players made indifferent starts to their 2021-22 club campaigns.

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Historical Transfer News and Team Gossip has been archived below:

Roberto DiMatteo has been a busy manager for Chelsea so far in the transfer window with a number of new signings making their way to Stamford Bridge with the Italian looking to strengthen his squad considerably after a poor premier league season. One of the first signings of the season for the club was influential winger Eden Hazard for a fee believed to be around the twenty five million pound mark with the player signing a four year deal for the current European champions.

Another player is a hot favourite to be plying his trade at the bridge next season is the highly regarded Brazilian super kid Oscar although negotiations are still ongoing to bring him to England. The Internacional playmaker is thought to be costing Chelsea a fee of around twenty five million pounds but the deal according to DiMatteo is far from being completed and could fall through at any moment if the players current side decide to barter the price for his services. The player has stated that he would like to help his country compete in the Olympic games before he puts pen to paper so Chelsea fans may have to wait a little longer before they know if they have their man.

Wigan today have again rejected a third bid from Chelsea to bring in form winger Victor Moses to the bridge as the Lactics are doing their very best to keep their star player at the club for another season. Moses who has just a single year left on his current contract with Wigan is seen as the perfect addition to the Italians plans but the offer which is thought to be around the three and a half million pound mark is thought to be way short of the Lactics valuation of the player.

Frenchman Florent Malouda is another player whos future lies in the balance at Chelsea with the winger said to be wanting to hold showdown talks with the club after moving down the pecking order at the bridge. Malouda wishes to have his future clarified before the start of the season or he will look for pastures new with the player being strongly linked with Santos who feel the player would be perfect for their needs and could offer him first team football every week.

Chelsea now also face stern opposition for the signature of Brazilian playmaker Lucas Moura who is currently under contract with Sao Paulo from clubs such as Manchester United, Real Madrid and Inter Milan. The player is widely thought to be one of the hottest prospects in world football and has an outstanding record for his home side.

Chelsea Game Results

Chelsea Game Results for 2016 – 2017

May-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-0 MiddlesbroughMon 8 May
Apr-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueEverton 0-3 ChelseaSun 30 Apr
Premier LeagueChelsea 4-2 SouthamptonTue 25 Apr
FA Cup – Semi-FinalChelsea 4-2 Tottenham HotspurSat 22 Apr
Premier LeagueManchester United 2-0 ChelseaSun 16 Apr
Premier LeagueBournemouth 1-3 ChelseaSat 8 Apr
Premier LeagueChelsea 2-1 Manchester CityWed 5 Apr
Premier LeagueChelsea 1-2 Crystal PalaceSat 1 Apr
Mar-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueStoke City 1-2 ChelseaSat 18 Mar
FA Cup – Sixth RoundChelsea 1-0 Manchester UnitedMon 13 Mar
Premier LeagueWest Ham United 1-2 ChelseaMon 6 Mar
Feb-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-1 Swansea CitySat 25 Feb
FA Cup – Fifth RoundWolverhampton Wanderers 0-2 ChelseaSat 18 Feb
Premier LeagueBurnley 1-1 ChelseaSun 12 Feb
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-1 ArsenalSat 4 Feb
Jan-17
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-1 ChelseaTue 31 Jan
FA Cup – Fourth RoundChelsea 4-0 BrentfordSat 28 Jan
Premier LeagueChelsea 2-0 Hull CitySun 22 Jan
Premier LeagueLeicester City 0-3 ChelseaSat 14 Jan
FA Cup – Third RoundChelsea 4-1 Peterborough UnitedSun 8 Jan
Premier LeagueTottenham Hotspur 2-0 ChelseaWed 4 Jan
Dec-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 4-2 Stoke CitySat 31 Dec
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-0 BournemouthMon 26 Dec
Premier LeagueCrystal Palace 0-1 ChelseaSat 17 Dec
Premier LeagueSunderland 0-1 ChelseaWed 14 Dec
Premier LeagueChelsea 1-0 West Bromwich AlbionSun 11 Dec
Premier LeagueManchester City 1-3 ChelseaSat 3 Dec
Nov-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 2-1 Tottenham HotspurSat 26 Nov
Premier LeagueMiddlesbrough 0-1 ChelseaSun 20 Nov
Premier LeagueChelsea 5-0 EvertonSat 5 Nov
Oct-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueSouthampton 0-2 ChelseaSun 30 Oct
EFL Cup – Fourth RoundWest Ham United 2-1 ChelseaWed 26 Oct
Premier LeagueChelsea 4-0 Manchester UnitedSun 23 Oct
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-0 Leicester CitySat 15 Oct
Premier LeagueHull City 0-2 ChelseaSat 1 Oct
Sep-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueArsenal 3-0 ChelseaSat 24 Sep
EFL Cup – Third RoundLeicester City 2-4 ChelseaTue 20 Sep
Premier LeagueChelsea 1-2 LiverpoolFri 16 Sep
Premier LeagueSwansea City 2-2 ChelseaSun 11 Sep
Aug-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 3-0 BurnleySat 27 Aug
EFL Cup – Second RoundChelsea 3-2 Bristol RoversTue 23 Aug
Premier LeagueWatford 1-2 ChelseaSat 20 Aug
Premier LeagueChelsea 2-1 West Ham UnitedMon 15 Aug
May-16
 CompetitionFixtureDate
Premier LeagueChelsea 1-1 Leicester CitySun 15 May
Premier LeagueLiverpool 1-1 ChelseaWed 11 May

Chelsea Latest News

Chelsea Football Club Latest News

 

Chelsea Games Fixtures

Chelsea Games Fixtures 2016 – 2017

May-17
 CompetitionFixtureDateKick-off 
Premier LeagueWest Bromwich Albion V ChelseaFri 12 May20:00
Premier LeagueChelsea V WatfordMon 15 May20:00
Premier LeagueChelsea V SunderlandSun 21 May15:00
FA Cup – FinalArsenal V ChelseaSat 27 May17:30

Chelsea FC

Chelsea Football Club was Established  in 1905 and the Football Club Nickname is The Blues.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chelsea football club is considered as one of the top ranked football clubs in the world. The club is known for its attacking style of play and relatively consistent performance for most of their history. Chelsea have won numerous trophies over the years including Premier League titles, FA Cups, League Cups, the Champions league, and the Europa League. Throughout their rich history, they have had some unforgettable moments at Stamford Bridge. Some of the best footballers in the world have worn their iconic blue shirts.

Brief History of Chelsea Football Club

In 1904, Gus Mears, a British industrialist, purchased the Stamford Bridge sports complex, which had previously been used for athletics. They planned to convert the stadium into a football ground and lease it to a local team. He built a spectacular football stadium and offered it to Fulham FC for leasing, but they refused the offer. Gus Mears then decided to build a new football club instead of renting it to an existing club. On 10 March 1905, Mears formally announced his new football club and named it Chelsea FC.

Chelsea quickly established a reputation for bringing in high-profile players such as Foulke and J T Robertson. The Blues were able to draw enormous crowds, but they were unable to win a major trophy throughout their first fifty years. Chelsea spent the majority of their seasons in the First Division, however they couldn’t win the league until 1955. The Blues’ first notable achievement occurred in 1915, when they qualified for the FA Cup final for the first time, but were defeated by Sheffield United in the final.

The First League Title

In 1952, Chelsea recruited Ted Drake, a former England center-forward, as their new manager. Drake reorganized the team and brought in young, skilled players from the second division teams. Drake led Chelsea to win their first Premier League title in 1955. Everyone was surprised due to the unexpected success because Chelsea had spent the majority of their previous seasons in the bottom half of the league table.

Despite the fact that Chelsea had established itself as one of the most popular football clubs in the capital, with an average match attendance of over 40,000, the team was unable to maintain its league success and soon returned to the middle of the league table. In 1961, Drake was sacked and replaced by Tommy Docherty.

Raise in Club Popularity and the First FA Cup Win

Chelsea had become one of the most popular football clubs in London by the mid-1960s. Many big-names started to visit Stamford Bridge to watch the Blues in action. For the first time in their history, Chelsea was considered a legitimate contender for the league title. In 1965, the club won their first Football League Cup by defeating Leicester City 3-2 on aggregate. It was their first major success in professional football.

Chelsea won their first FA Cup title in 1970, defeating Leeds United 2-1. Just a year later, Chelsea defeated Spanish giant Real Madrid 3-2 on aggregate in the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup final to claim their first European title. The Blues also came close to winning major trophies by losing finals, notably the FA Cup in 1967 and the League Cup in 1972.

The financial crisis and the transfer of ownership

In 1980, the club’s management decided to redevelop Stamford Bridge, which was a costly project. As a result, the Blues were forced into a huge financial crisis. They had to sell some of their finest players to avoid going bankrupt. Chelsea’s league performance was also affected by the financial crisis, and the team was relegated to the Second Division. The total debt owed by the club was increased to £1.5 million.

Officials at the club were fighting tooth and nail to keep the club from going bankrupt. The Mears family’s ownership of the club ended in 1982, when it was sold for the symbolic amount of £1 to new owner Ken Bates. He paid the £1.5 million debt of the club and also helped Chelsea to establish themselves as one of the most dominant clubs in the Premier League.

Back in the limelight

Despite the fact that Bates was able to get Chelsea out of their predicament, the team couldn’t produce a significant performance in the league. In the 1980s, the club was relegated twice, but swiftly recovered. In 1996, the club appointed Ruud Gullit, an ex-Dutch captain, as their new manager, and things began to change. He hired some of the best international players in the globe, and as a result, Chelsea won their second FA Cup in 1996-97.

Gullit was replaced by GianlucaVialli, an ex-Italian international, in 1998. Vialli assisted Chelsea in regaining its form. Winning the League Cup, UEFA Super Cup, and UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup in 1998. Vialli also led the Blues to FA Cup and FA Community Shield victories in 2000. The club’s primary goal was to win the Premier League, so Vialli was replaced by Claudio Ranieri, who was unable to help Chelsea improve their league standings.

Roman Abramovich Era

In 2003, Bates sold the club to Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich. This transfer of ownership helped Chelsea to gain financial stability. Abramovich paid off the majority of the club’s debts while simultaneously investing heavily in the acquisition of new international superstars. In 2004, Abramovich hired José Mourinho as Chelsea’s new manager. Mourinho brought a lot of changings in the squad. Under his lead, Chelsea won back-to-back Premier League titles in 2004–05 and 2005–06, along with two EFL Cups in 2004–05 and 2006–07, and an FA Cup in 2007.

Despite being the club’s most successful manager, Mourinho left the club due to a series of disagreements with owner Roman Abramovich and a bad start to the 2007-08 season. He was replaced by Avram Grant, who was unable to stay at the club for long. Grant was fired after only one year as manager of the club, and was replaced by GuusHiddink, a former Dutch manager. He was only able to add one FA Cup to the club’s illustrious history.

Premier League and FA Cup Double and their First UEFA Champions League title

After an average performance of the club in 2008-09 season, Hiddink was sacked and was replaced by Carlo Ancelotti. This replacement proved to be very beneficial for the club. In the 2009-10 season.  Ancelotti guided the club to win their first Premier League and FA Cup double. In the same season, Chelsea became the first English club to score 100 Premier League goals in a single season.

In 2012, Ancelotti was replaced by Roberto Di Matteo, who led the club to win their first UEFA Champions League title. In the Champions League final, Chelsea defeated the German giants Bayern Munich 4–3 on penalties. The following season, the Blues won the UEFA Europa League, making them the only English team to win two European trophies at the same time. In 2013, Mourinho returned as manager and led Chelsea to win a League Cup in 2015.

The first English Club to win Four UEFA competitions

Chelsea was the first English club to win all four European trophies, including the UEFA Champions League (2011–12, 2020–21), Europa League (2012–13, 2018–19), Cup Winners’ Cup (1970–71, 1997–98) and Super Cup (1998, 2021). The Blues were the only club to have both UEFA Champions League and Europa League titles at the same time in 2012 and 2013.

Under Thomas Tuchel’s leadership, Chelsea continued to be a dominant side in English football, winning the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and FIFA Club World Cup in 2021. The Premier League continues to be dominated by the club. The club is still dominating in the Premier League. Chelsea is one of the top four football clubs in the United Kingdom, according to most football fans.

Chelsea FC Net worth:

Chelsea has gained a lot of success and popularity since Roman Abramovich became the club’s owner. Chelsea has won every single trophy they have participated in. They have grown to be one of the most powerful football clubs in the world. The club’s value has risen as a result of its success. According to a recent assessment, Chelsea is valued over £2.5 billion, up from roughly £140 million when Abramovich purchased the club.

Chelsea is considered as the sixth richest football club in the UK. Despite the impact of Covid-19 pandemic, the Blues have generated an annual profit of over £32.5 million in 2020. Major revenue of the club comes from their commercial ties, including sales of tickets, jersey sponsors, transfer deals, and broadcasting rights.

In 2019, a British Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe wanted to buy Chelsea, but he couldn’t make a deal with the Russian billionaire, because Abramovich was asking for £2.5 billion. Recently, Abramovich decided to sell Chelsea, and it is estimated that the club’s worth is slightly lower than it was three year ago, but either way, it is close to £2 billion. Check out other news with the West Brom football news section as well as the Chelsea FC Transfer news alert page.

Recent Chelsea Crisis

Western governments put sanctions on Russia as a result of Russia’s recent war on Ukraine. This had landed Abramovich in hot water. Because the Russian billionaire has contacts and business in Russia, he is also subject to sanctions. Chelsea has been affected by the crisis, but it is also a potential tragedy for the British economy. Abramovich’s billions of dollars in assets, as well as Chelsea’s rich global TV rights, are a key commodity for the country.

According to some sources, Abramovich is keen to sell his assets in the country and is asking for £4 billion. The Russian billionaire recently wrote off the £1.5 billion owed to him by the club.  He then placed it up for sale, promising to donate the net revenues to victims of the Ukrainian war.  But the purchase is difficult to complete due to legal problems. The Premier League banned Abramovich as a director of the club in March 2022 after the UK government sanctioned him.

Interesting Facts about Chelsea FC

  • Chelsea along with Arsenal were the first two clubs to introduce numbered shirts during the game. In the 1928 season, both clubs wore shirts with player’s numbers on the back. The experiment became a success and it became a tradition to use numbered shirts during the game.
  • Chelsea holds a record of having highest points accumulated by a team in a single season. In the 2004-05 Premier League season, Chelsea earned 95 points and became the only team to reach 95 points in a single league season.
  • Chelsea became the first team in Premier League history to name a starting XI made up entirely of foreign players on Boxing Day 1999. On that particular day, Chelsea’s lineup included Ed De Goey (Netherlands); Albert Ferrer (Spain), Celestine Babayaro (Nigeria), Emerson Thome (Brazil), Frank Leboeuf (France), Dan Petrescu (Romania), Didier Deschamps (France), Gus Poyet (Uruguay), Roberto Di Matteo (Italy); Gabriele Ambrosetti (Italy), and Tore Andre Flo (Norway).
  • The Blues own the record for the longest unbeaten home run in Premier League history. Chelsea won 86 consecutive home matches at Stamford Bridge between March 2004 and October 2008. No other team could even come close to beating this achievement. Liverpool is second on the list, having won 68 games in a row at home.
  • Ken Bates, a British businessman, purchased the club for £1 in 1982. The club was going through a financial crisis, with debts totaling £1.5 million. Bates not only settled the club’s debts, but also ensured the club’s compatibility by acquiring some of the top players.
  • Chelsea was the first club to win the UEFA Champions League in 2012 and dropped from the competition at the group stage in the following year. The Blues were unable to maintain their great form of 2011-12 in the next season.
  • Chelsea was the first English club to have a Champions League and Europa League Double at the same time. The club won the Champions League in 2012 and Europa league in 2013, but there were few days when the Blues held both titles at the same time.
  • The Blues are the only club in the history of football to hire three player-managers in a row. In 1993, the club hired Glenn Hoddle for player-manager role, in 1996, they hired Ruud Gullit, and in 1998, GianlucaVialli was hired for the role.
  • Gus Mears, the founder of Chelsea, bought the Stamford Bridge athletics stadium with the intention of converting it into a football stadium and leased it to an established club, but instead he founded Chelsea FC in 1905.
  • Chelsea was the first English club and the fourth club in history to have won all three major European trophies including UEFA Champions League, Europa League and European Cup Winners’ Cup.
  • Scottish national David Calderhead has the longest period as Chelsea’s manager. He served as manager for 26 years from 1907 to 1933. The Blues played 966 matches under Calderhead’s management. Sir Alex Ferguson, who managed Manchester United for 27 years, is ranked second on the list. Find out more useful football knowledge with the Football24-7 Premier league winner betting analysis.

Chelsea FC Honours List

Chelsea FC has a rich and exciting history that includes memorable matches, records, and honours. It is one of the most popular English football clubs with millions of fans around the world. The club has won 36 major trophies including 8 FA Cups, and 6 Premier League titles. Below is the complete detail of major trophies and titles won by Chelsea FC.

8 FA Cup – the Blues have qualified for the FA Cup finals 15 times, but could win 8 FA Cup titles. The club won the FA Cup in 1969–70, 1996–97, 1999–2000, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2009–10, 2011–12, and 2017–18.

6 Premier League titles – For the first 50 years of its existence, Chelsea was unable to win the Premier League. The club has won overall 6 Premier Leagues including, 1954–55, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10, 2014–15, and 2016–17.

5 EFL Cup/ Carabao Cup – the Blues have 5 EFL Cup titles including 1964–65, 1997–98, 2004–05, 2006–07, and 2014–15.

4 FA Community/Charity Shield – Chelsea has appeared in the FA Community Shield matches for 13 times and has won the title four times including, 1955, 2000, 2005, and 2009.

2 UEFA Champions League – Chelsea has qualified for the UEFA Champions League finals for three times and won two Champions league titles, including 2011-12 (Germany), and 2020-21 (Porto).

2 UEFA Super Cup – the club has played 5 UEFA Super Cup matches and has won two Super Cups titles including 1998, and 2021.

2 UEFA Cup / UEFA Europa League – the Blues have appeared in two UEFA Europa League finals and have won both finals. So the club has two UEFA Europa League titles in 2012–13, and 2018–19.

2 FIFA Club World Cup – Chelsea also has two FIFA Club World Cup titles in the list. The club won the Club World Cup in 1970–71, and 1997–98.

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