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CST Trust Statement On RA Announcement

The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust (CST) board regretfully acknowledges the Statement from Roman Abramovich (2.3.22) The CST would like to express our gratitude to Mr Abramovich for his affection, passion and dedication towards Chelsea FC. His support has brought us unparalleled success during his tenure. Chelsea supporters will never forget all he has done for our […]

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Chelsea F.C. Statement

The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust is deeply saddened and shocked by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent loss of life. We note Mr Abramovich’s statement (26.2.22) and are seeking urgent clarification on what this statement means for the running of Chelsea FC. The CST board are ready to work with the trustees of The […]

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Forget your history, we’re going to Moscow

@ChelseaChadder looks back at a memorable European night against Liverpool Chelsea 3 Liverpool 230th April 2008 UEFA Champions League Semi-Final (2nd Leg), Stamford Bridge Chelsea; Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, Claude Makelele, Michael Essien, Ricardo Carvalho, Frank Lampard (Andriy Shevchenko 119), Joe Cole (Nicolas Anelka 90), Didier Drogba, Michael Ballack, Salomon Kalou (Florent Malouda 70), John […]

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The FA Cup comeback

ChelseaChadder looks back at  remarkable FA Cup match against Liverpool in 1997 Chelsea 4 Liverpool 226th January 1997 FA Cup Round 4Stamford Bridge Chelsea; Kevin Hitchcock, Dan Petrescu, Frank Leboeuf, Steve Clarke, Gianluca Vialli, Dennis Wise, Roberto Di Matteo, Scott Minto (Mark Hughes 46), Frank Sinclair, Eddie Newton, Gianfranco Zola Scorers; Vialli (2), Hughes, Zola […]

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Chelsea V Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in the F.A.Cup 3rd Round. 1978

Paul Waterhouse recalls 7th January 1978 when Chelsea played Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in the F.A.Cup 3rd Round. After a two year break Chelsea were back in the First Division and despite the continued financial restraints the largely young side had done reasonably well so far. The season was just past the halfway point and […]

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Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Ticketing Survey

Thank you to all our members who took the time to complete our recent survey. This survey was created to find out the views of the current ticketing systems, processes, and policies. The responses ensure we can best reflect the thoughts of our members when we engage with the club. The survey report can be […]

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Jack Leslie v Chelsea

Ahead of the Chelsea v Plymouth Argyle game Greg Foxsmith of the Jack Leslie Campaign tells the story of former Argyle player, Jack Leslie, who should have been the first black player to play for England Chelsea have a 4th round FA Cup home tie against Plymouth Argyle (League One) this weekend (Saturday, 12.30 KO, […]

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WE’VE MET BEFORE – Plymouth Argyle

Paul Waterhouse of Bygone Chelsea 1905-99 looks at our past record against Saturday’s FA Cup opponents. League encounters between Chelsea and Plymouth Argyle are few and far between, in fact, only accounting for six fixtures between 1962-63 and 1976-77. However, in cup football there is a longer history between both clubs and the F.A. Cup […]

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Chelsea’s Youngest Ever Player and Goalscorer

by @ChelseaChadder Long before foreign owners came to buy up English football clubs, teams would rely on local talent including the use of their own academy and youth systems. The FA Youth Cup was set up in 1952 and Chelsea were winners in both 1960 and 1961. They boasted future stars and legends such as […]

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WE’VE MET BEFORE – Tottenham Hotspur

Paul Waterhouse of Bygone Chelsea 1905-99 recounts some of our famous encounters over the years with our next league opponents, Tottenham Hotspur. Although the rivalry between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur is one of the most intense in English Football, certainly as far as supporters of both clubs are concerned, it is only a fairly recent […]