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Chelsea FC: Players, History, Records, Achievements, and Future Goals

Chelsea is a well-known English football club in the football history. It holds an incredible record of winning 34 trophies- including two Champions Leagues, since the club’s foundation in 1905. The club has successfully won the Premier League title six times till now. 

Overview of Chelsea FC

Chelsea Football Club, formed in 1905, is a famous English professional association football club. It has its roots in Fulham, London, and plays its home games at Stamford Bridge Stadium.

The club shares extreme rivalries with the top Premier League teams Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. At present, Mauricio Pochettino is the coach of this team and intends to take the team to new heights.

Following, you will find the club’s incredible history, top players, squad, achievements and records, and its goals for the future. So keep reading to know more about this amazing club.


It was in 1904 when Gus Mears acquired the Stamford Bridge athletics stadium in Fulham with the ultimate objective of turning it into a football ground. Mears was interested in creating his club that would play at Stamford Bridge stadium. A club named Fulham was already in existence and for that reason, a name adjacent to it was chosen- Chelsea FC.

Since its formation, the club has shown remarkable growth and is making extra efforts every day to be the best football team in the entire world.

Top players

Chelsea has some of the top footballers who are known for their talent and capabilities. Though all the players play an extremely important role, some players bring extra to the table. Such players include Raheem Shaquille Sterling, Enzo Fernandez, C. Gallagher, and Nicolas Jackson.

The club had been the home for some prominent players in the past including Peter Sillett, Ron Harris, Jimmy Greaves,  Didier Drogba, and Frank Lampard.

Achievements and Records

Chelsea FC has won many prestigious titles till now. In the domestic competition, Chelsea has won six Premier League titles, eight FA Cups, and five League Cups. In international competitions, it has won two UEFA Champions League titles, two UEFA Europa Leagues, and one FIFA Club World Cup. Its most recent success came in 2021/22 when it won its first-ever FIFA Club World Cup trophy.

CompetitionsNumber of TitlesSeasons
Football League Divison League/Premier League61954–55, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2009–10, 2014–15, 2016–17
Football League Second Division21983–84, 1988–89
UEFA Champions League22012, 2021

Squad of Chelsea for the 2023-24 Season

The team has made a couple of new signings and is all set to acquire all the titles to its name. With the rising talent, it is expected to defeat all the other teams in the competition. Let’s have a look at their new squad for the 2023-24 season.

Marcus BettinelliBenoit BadiashileEnzo FernandezRaheem Sterling
Lucas BergstromThiago SilvaMykhailo MudyrkArmando Broja
Eddie BeachTrevoch ChaloConor GallagherNoni Madueke
Robert SanchezBen ChilwellCarney ChukwuemekaChristopher Nkunku
Djordje PetrovicReece JamesLesley UgochukwiNicolas Jackson
Marc CucurellaMoises CaicedoDeivid Washington
Wesley FofanaRomeo LaviaRonnie Stutter
Alfie GilchristCole PalmerAlex Matos
Levi ColwillLeo Castledine
Malo Gusto
Ian Maatsen
Axel DisasiIshe Samuels Smith
Josh Brooking

Future Goals

Chelsea has been a successful club in the past decade. However, it has still been criticized for playing “defensive” football. With the new talent and signings, the team hopes to show a more possession-based and offensive style of football.


Q1. What is unique about Chelsea FC?

Chelsea is the only club to have won all three major European competitions twice. 

Q2. What is Chelsea’s slogan?

Chelsea Football Club’s main slogan is “The Pride of London”. This statement shows the club’s pride. The club, since its inception, has made a huge name in London and for that reason, it follows this slogan.

Q3. What was Chelsea’s best win?

Chelsea’s biggest European win has been 13–0, which came against Jeunesse Hautcharage in the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1971.