Petr Cech acknowledged that Chelsea have made things difficult for themselves
Chelsea's players celebrate their 2-1 win over Liverpool at Anfield.
Cesc Fàbregas (AFP)
2014-15 Premier League, Chelsea, Diego Costa (AFP)
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (PA Sport)
Chelsea's Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto’o arrives to attend a training session at Chelsea's training ground at Cobham
Diego Costa.
Petr Cech, Chelsea 2014
Didier Drogba greets the Chelsea fans (Reuters)
Fernando Torres v Atletico Madrid in the 2013/2014 Champions League (AFP
 
Chelsea

Founded1905

PresidentBruce Buck

StadiumStamford Bridge
43417 seats

ColoursHome: Blue shirts, blue shorts, white socks. Away: All black.

Team

 
Diego CostaPremier League
Premier League
9matches
10goals

Team

Manager
  •  
    José Mourinho
    Mourinho
Goalkeeper
Defence
  •  
    César Azpilicueta
    Azpilicueta
  •  
    Gary Cahill
    Cahill
  •  
    Andreas Bodtker Christensen
    Christensen
  •  
    Filipe Luís
    Filipe Luís
  •  
    Branislav Ivanovic
    Ivanovic
  •  
    John Terry
    Terry
  •  
    Kurt Zouma
    Zouma
Midfield
Attack

Titles

Premier League

1955, 2005, 2006, 2010

Community Shield

1956, 2001, 2006, 2010

FA Cup

1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012

League Cup

1965, 1998, 2005, 2007

Championship

1984, 1989

Teams stats

  
  • Champions League
  • Premier League
  • On target 34
  • Wide 21
  • Home goals 7
  • Away goals 2
  • Penalties Scored 2
  • Corners 31
  • Free Kicks 51
  • Fouls 47
  • Offsides 16
  • Yellow Cards 7
Latest matches
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  • On target 67
  • Wide 49
  • Own goal 1
  • Home goals 13
  • Away goals 15
  • Penalties Scored 2
  • Corners 62
  • Free Kicks 134
  • Fouls 123
  • Offsides 17
  • Yellow Cards 27
  • Red Cards 2
Latest matches
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