As England, Scotland and France all looked to rely on Chelsea’s Euro 2020 players for matchday two, here’s how they got on. … More Euro 2020 Matchday Two: Chelsea Round Up
Peter Osgood’s diving header in 1970, Roberto Di Matteo’s 42-second thunderbolt or one of Didier Drogba’s goals, here are the best FA Cup finals for Chelsea. … More Chelsea and the FA Cup: Finals to remember
A stunning and comprehensive victory saw the Blues into the Champions League Final as it ended Chelsea 2-0 Real Madrid at Stamford Bridge. … More Chelsea 2-0 Real Madrid – Istanbul here we come!
Chelsea are 90 minutes away from the Champions League final and only Real Madrid stand in their way, here’s all there is to know for the game. … More Chelsea Vs Real Madrid: Return of the King
The Champions League Semi Final First leg ended Real Madrid 1-1 Chelsea leaving the tie finely balanced ahead of next week. … More Real Madrid 1-1 Chelsea: Rain in Spain and a Draw Again
The writers at The Chelsea Social give their thoughts and predictions regarding the UCL semi-final first leg between Real Madrid vs Chelsea. … More Real Madrid vs Chelsea: Score Predictions – UCL Semi-Final – First Leg
What is the half-space, a low block and the number 10 position? Here, we dive into the football tactics driving the game forward. … More Football tactics: What is the half-space, a low-block and the role of a ‘number 10’
A little over eight years ago a Pamplona-native hopped across the English Channel from Marseille to London. Swapping Olympique Marseille for Chelsea represented a huge step for the softly spoken Cesar Azpilicueta. In some way, the modest £8m spent on him proved emblematic of a man who would become a mainstay of many a Blues’ … More El Capitàn – Is Azpilicueta a Chelsea Legend?
Part 2 of Charlie’s review of Eden Hazard’s Chelsea career, focusing on the later successes and his off-the-pitch mannerisms. … More The Eden Hazard Years: Part Two
Introduction The dust has settled over the 2020 UEFA Champions League (UCL) draw. Chelsea FC could have faced steep competition such as Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Inter, Juventus, PSG, and Atalanta. Chelsea could have played some classic matches against these opponents but could have been against the odds to qualify for the knockout stages. I … More UCL Review: Chelsea’s Group E