Chelsea F. C. (Football Club)
Chelsea F.C. Formed in 1905 and Club Nickname is “The Blues”.
Chelsea FC Chairman is Bruce Buck and Directors are Marina Granovskaia, Guy Laurence, Eugene Tenenbaum, David Barnard, Bruce Buck, Marina Granovskaia, Guy Laurence, Eugene Tenenbaum.
Chelsea F. C. Director and Manager
Club PRESIDENT was Lord Attenborough (1923-2014) and VICE-PRESIDENTS are Sir Peter Harrison, Joe Hemani, Anthony Reeves, Alan Spence.
John Tait Robertson (1905-06)
William Lewis (1906-07)
David Calderhead (1907-33)
Leslie Knighton (1933-39).
Chelsea F. C. Training Ground:
Chelsea club training ground is located near Cobham in Surrey, but general public fans see them train in Stamford Bridge, Stadium Capacity is approx 40,832 and Pitch is 103 x 67 metres.
Chelsea F. C. History:
Chelsea club FIRST GAME loss with Stockport on 2 September 1905 with (0-1), but In the 1 September 1906, this day was a historic days for club and Hilsdon, CHELSEA beat GLOSSOP NORTH with (9-2) score. Hilsdon remains the club’s most successful debutant.
During the World War One Chelsea club lost there many star player,
here is list
- Robert Atherton (Died 19 October 1917)
- George Kennedy (Died 16 November 1917)
- George Lake (Died 6 November 1918)
- Philip Smith (Died 29 September 1918)
- Robert Whiting (Died 28 April 1917)
- Arthur Wileman (Died 28 April 1918)
- Norman Wood (Died 28 July 1916)
- After the world war one in 6 September 1930
CHELSEA beat MANCHESTER UNITED with score (6-2) in 1938 The club’s first black reserve player was signed British-Jamaican forward Fred Hanley.
Chelsea Football Club Best Players:
- William Foulke (1905-06)
- Jimmy Windridge (1905-11)
- George Hilsdon (1906-12)
- Nils Middelboe (1913-22)
- Vivian Woodward (1909-15)
- Jack Harrow (1911-26)
- Jack Cock ( 1919-23)
- Tommy Law ( 1926-1938)
- Andy Wilson (1923-1931)
- Hughie Gallacher (1930-34)
- George Mills (1929-43)
- Vic Woodley (1931-39).