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Chelsea Football Club is an English professional football club based in Fulham, on the west side of London. Chelsea FC founded in 1905, they play their home games at Stamford Bridge. The Chelsea FC participates in the Premier League, the top league of English football league. In 1955 they won their first major honour, the League Championship. Chelsea FC won the FA Cup for the first time in 1970, their first European honour, the Cup Winners' Cup, in 1971, becoming only the third English club to win it in the 2022 Club World Cup. Chelsea is one of five clubs to have won all three major UEFA club competitions, the first English club to achieve the UEFA treble and the only club to win all three major European competitions twice.

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They are also the only London club to have won the Champions League and Club World Cup. Internationally, the club has won six league titles, eight FA Cups, five League Cups and four FA Community Shields. Internationally, they have won the UEFA Champions League twice, the UEFA Europa League, the Cup Winners' Cup and the UEFA Super Cup, and one FIFA Club World Cup since their inception. In terms of total trophies won, Chelsea FC is the fourth most successful club in English football.

The club has rivalries with neighbouring teams Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, and a historic rivalry with Leeds United. In terms of club value, Chelsea is the seventh most valuable football club in the world as on 2021, worth $3.2 billion USD, and is the seventh highest-earning football club in the world, with earnings of over €493.1 million as on May 2022.

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Everton v Chelsea 06 Aug 2022 17:30Goodison Park
Chelsea v Spurs 14 Aug 2022 16:30Stamford Bridge
Leeds v Chelsea 21 Aug 2022 14:00Elland Road
Chelsea v Leicester 27 Aug 2022 15:00Stamford Bridge
Southampton v Chelsea 30 Aug 2022 19:45St. Mary's Stadium
Chelsea v West Ham 04 Sep 2022 14:00Stamford Bridge
Fulham v Chelsea 10 Sep 2022 12:30Craven Cottage
Chelsea v Liverpool 18 Sep 2022 16:30Stamford Bridge
Crystal Palace v Chelsea 01 Oct 2022 15:00Selhurst Park
Chelsea v Wolves 08 Oct 2022 15:00Stamford Bridge
Aston Villa v Chelsea 16 Oct 2022 14:00Villa Park
Brentford v Chelsea 20 Oct 2022 19:30Brentford Stadium
Chelsea v Man Utd 23 Oct 2022 16:30Stamford Bridge
Brighton v Chelsea 29 Oct 2022 15:00Amex Stadium
Chelsea v Arsenal 05 Nov 2022 15:00Stamford Bridge
Newcastle v Chelsea 12 Nov 2022 15:00St. James' Park
Chelsea v Bournemouth 26 Dec 2022 15:00Stamford Bridge
Nottingham v Chelsea 31 Dec 2022 15:00The City Ground
Chelsea v Man City 02 Jan 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Chelsea v Crystal Palace 14 Jan 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Liverpool v Chelsea 21 Jan 2023 15:00Anfield
Chelsea v Fulham 04 Feb 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
West Ham v Chelsea 11 Feb 2023 15:00London Stadium
Chelsea v Southampton 18 Feb 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Spurs v Chelsea 25 Feb 2023 15:00Hotspur Stadium
Chelsea v Leeds 04 Mar 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Leicester v Chelsea 11 Mar 2023 15:00King Power Stadium
Chelsea v Everton 18 Mar 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Chelsea v Aston Villa 01 Apr 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Wolves v Chelsea 08 Apr 2023 15:00Molineux Stadium
Chelsea v Brighton 15 Apr 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Man Utd v Chelsea 22 Apr 2023 15:00Old Trafford
Chelsea v Brentford 26 Apr 2023 19:45Stamford Bridge
Arsenal v Chelsea 29 Apr 2023 15:00Emirates Stadium
Bournemouth v Chelsea 06 May 2023 15:00Vitality Stadium
Chelsea v Nottingham 13 May 2023 15:00Stamford Bridge
Man City v Chelsea 20 May 2023 15:00Etihad Stadium
Chelsea v Newcastle 28 May 2023 16:00Stamford Bridge

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In 1904, Gus Mills bought Fulham's Stamford Bridge athletics with the intention of turning it into a football ground. A proposal to lease it to nearby Fulham football club. was rejected, so Mills opted to form his own club to use the stadium. As there is already a team called Fulham in the area, the name of the neighboring area of ​​Chelsea was chosen for the new club; names such as Kensington FC, Stamford Bridge FC and London FC were also considered. Chelsea Football Club was founded on 10 March 1905 in the Sunburst Bar opposite the current main ground floor entrance off Fulham Road and was admitted to the Football League shortly afterwards. Chelsea were promoted to the First Division in their second season and fluctuated between the First and Second Divisions in their early years. In 1915 they reached the FA Cup final, losing to Sheffield United at Old Trafford and finished third in the First Division in 1920, the club's best league season to date. Chelsea are known for attracting star players and attracting big crowds. The club had the highest average attendance in English football in 10 different seasons, including 1907–08, 1909–10, 1911–12, 1912–13, 1913–14. and 1919-1920. They were FA Cup semi-finalists in 1920 and 1932 and remained in the First Division throughout the 1930s, but the club suffered a lack of success between the two world wars.

"Chelsea" has only one home ground - "Stamford Bridge", where it has played since the beginning of the team. The stadium was officially opened on 28 April 1877 and for the next 28 years it was used by the London Athletic Club as a venue for athletics competitions. In 1904, the land was purchased by businessman Gus Mears and his brother Joseph, who also purchased nearby land with the goal of hosting football games on the now 12.5-hectare site. Stamford Bridge was designed for the Mills family by the famous football architect Archibald Leitch, who also designed Ibrox, Craven Cottage and Hampden Park. Most football clubs are formed first and then look for a location, but Chelsea were formed at Stamford Bridge. Starting with an open bowl design and stands, Stamford Bridge's original capacity was around 100,000, making it the second largest stadium in England after Crystal Palace. At the beginning of the 1930s, a terrace was built in the southern part of the territory, and the roof covered about a fifth of the area of ​​the stand. Because the roof resembles a corrugated iron barn, the fixture eventually became known as a "hut tail," but it is not known who came up with the name in the first place. It has been home to Chelsea's most loyal and prestigious supporters since the 1960s. In 1939, a small stand was added - the North Tribune, which stood until its demolition in 1975.

"Chelsea" has been fighting with the north London clubs "Arsenal" and "Tottenham Hotspur" for a long time. The fierce rivalry with Leeds saw a number of tense and controversial matches in the 1960s and 1970s, most notably the FA Cup Final in 1970. The rivalry with Liverpool has heated up recently after repeated cup clashes. Chelsea's west London teams Brentford, Fulham and Queens Park Rangers are not considered major rivals, as these clubs are often in different divisions and matches are only played intermittently.

In 2004, a survey by revealed that Chelsea fans considered Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United to be their main rivals. Arsenal, Fulham, Leeds, QPR, Tottenham and West Ham fans all named Chelsea as one of their top three rivals in the same poll. In a 2008 poll by the Football Fan Census, Chelsea fans rated Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United as their least favorite clubs. In the same poll, Chelsea had the best answer to the question "Which English club do you like least?" A 2012 survey of 1,200 supporters across the country's top four leagues revealed that many of the clubs' main rivals had changed since 2003, with Chelsea fans reportedly ranking Tottenham as their main rivals, ahead of Arsenal " and "Manchester United". In addition, fans of Arsenal, Brentford, Fulham, Liverpool, Manchester United, Queens Park Rangers, Tottenham and West Ham consider Chelsea as one of their biggest rivals.

Chelsea Football Club was founded in 1905 by Gus Mills. After his death in 1912, his descendants continued to own the club until Ken Bates bought it from Mills' great-grandson, Brian Mills, for £1 in 1982. Bates bought a controlling interest in the club and listed Chelsea on the AIM exchange in March 1996. In the mid-1990s, Chelsea fan and businessman Matthew Harding became a director and loaned the club £26m to build the new North Stand and invest. in new players. In July 2003, Roman Abramovich bought just over 50% of Chelsea Village plc, including a 29.5% stake in Bates, for £30m, and each paid up over the next few weeks. Most of the remaining 12,000 shareholders were bought for 35p at a cost of £140m. take over. Other shareholders at the time of the takeover included the Matthew Harding Estate (21%), BSkyB (9.9%) and various anonymous offshore trusts. At the time of Abramovich's takeover, the club was also around £100m in debt, including a 10-year bond issued by the Bates regime in 1997 to buy ownership of Stamford Bridge and finance the renewal of its £75m Eurobonds. stadium. The 9% interest on the loan is costing the club around £7m a year and according to Bruce Buck, Chelsea are struggling to meet their July 2003 payments. Abramovich immediately paid off part of the debt and the remaining £36 million. Eurobonds were fully repaid only in 2008. Since then, the club has had no foreign debts.

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