Profile and Performance records of Chelsea club

by on August 28, 2010
in Football Clubs

English premier league Chelsea football clubChelsea FC is a professional Premier League football club based on West London. Chelsea football club has been the winners of English Champions and League Cup for four times. The club had lifted the trophy of FA Cup for six times. They also had won the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup for two times. The club is not based in Chelsea as their name indicates but in Fulham. The club had won their major trophy in the year 1955 by winning the league championship. Several competitions were won by the Chelsea football club during the period of 1960s and 1970s but did not taste a major success till 1997. In this decade, Chelsea club had won the titles of Premier League in 2005, 2006 and 2010. Chelsea FC reached the final of UEFA Champions League in the year 2008. Home of the club is Stamford Bridge which is a stadium situated in Fulham. Chelsea is under the ownership of Roman Abramovich from 2003, a Russian oil magnate. The color of the jersey of Chelsea football club is royal blue shirt and short with white color socks.

Chelsea football club holds numerous records in European and English football. The club holds the record of highest points for a league season which is 95 points. Chelsea FC also has the record of conceding fewest goals during a league season which is only 15 goals. The highest home attendance of Chelsea is 82,905 against Arsenal for a First Division match. Chelsea FC holds the record of highest number of clean sheets i.e. 25 in a Premier League Season. The club also has 6 consecutive clean sheets from the beginning of a league season. The victory of Chelsea football club against Jeunesse Hautcharage which is 21-0 in 1971 UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup remains a record. Chelsea football club has the record of longest series of unbeaten matches at home which lasted up to 86 matches. Chelsea FC has the record of eleven successive away league wins. Chelsea football club is the first team to score at least 100 goals in a single season in the history of Premium League.

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