Leicester City and Chelsea finally meet this afternoon at 4pm in the FA Cup Quarter Finals. The game itself may be a few months later than we were expecting, but that doesn't make it any less important! With less than 12 hours ago, now would seem an appropriate time to put together a list of … Continue reading Leicester City vs Chelsea : The Top 5 Moments
On Thursday evening, Chelsea will host Manchester City, with Frank Lampard’s side hoping to increase their chances for Champions League football next season. As well as the many memorable clashes in the modern era, some of Chelsea’s finest moments against the Sky Blues took place in the second division. Over the years, there have been … Continue reading Chelsea’s Top 5 Moments Against Manchester City
With the Premier League return just around the corner, we can look forward to seeing Chelsea take on Aston Villa at Villa Park. Over the years Chelsea have had some good memories there, with some extremely important wins. It is true that for thirteen years (yes thirteen) we only won once there, but Villa had … Continue reading Chelsea’s Top 5 Moments at Villa Park
Disclaimer: The entirety of this article is fiction, hyperbole and guesswork. Although predictions on signings and managerial decisions are based on educated decisions and information found in the media, you are welcome to agree or disagree with as much of it as possible. In our next hypothetical, we're diving back to probably one of the … Continue reading Just a Thought: What if Chelsea won the Treble in 2008? (Champions League, Premier League and League Cup?)
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s that time again. May is always a beautiful month for Chelsea Football Club, as we stand out to be the Pride of London and put the other London clubs to shame. This is a throwback to last year’s Europa League Final between Chelsea and Arsenal. A London Derby for the … Continue reading Throwback to Baku: EL FINAL
Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic is far from the first American to move to the Premier League. Nor is he the first to inspire young Americans to strive for a spot in the world renown Premier League. However for this generation, they all turn to him and aspire to follow in his footsteps. Pulisic's Rise Credit: … Continue reading Christian Pulisic Inspiring Current And Future USMNT Players
It seems poetic that two of Chelsea’s most monumental goals were similar in execution. A lone soul running through on goal, taking the ball round the keeper and sliding it into an empty net to spark scenes of wild celebration. It was just under a week ago Chelsea fans were reminiscing on Fernando Torres’s long … Continue reading 15 Years Later: The Day Chelsea Won Their First League Title in 50 Years – with Stories from the Fans Who Lived It.
Disclaimer: The entirety of this article is fiction, hyperbole and guesswork. Although predictions on signings and managerial decisions are based on educated decisions, you are welcome to agree or disagree with as much of it as possible. In the first article of our new series, we're looking back at key moments from Chelsea's history and … Continue reading Just a Thought: What If Chelsea signed Sergio Agüero?
Life without football isn’t the same. Without Chelsea Football Club, a part of my life is missing. As a huge sports fan, living in the moment of a match is something I yearn for everyday. Taking away one sport is one thing, but taking away sports in general has taken its toll on me. The current … Continue reading LIFE AS AN INTERNATIONAL CHELSEA FAN IN QUARANTINE.
It was 26 years ago today that Chelsea made it to Wembley and met Second Division Luton Town FC in the F.A Cup Semi Final. Having already beaten Barnet, Sheffield Wednesday, Oxford and Wolves, Chelsea were now only 90 minutes away from an F.A Cup Final. I personally remember going to the game with my … Continue reading On This Day In 1994: A Wembley Double For Peacock!