Chelsea in History

ผู้เขียน: ที่มา:ต้นฉบับ เวลา:2022-11-21 เรียกดู:

Arsenal-Aston Villa-Birmingham City-Bolton Wanderers-Everton-Liverpool-Manchester City-Manchester United-Tottenham Hotspur-West Ham United-Wolverhampton Wanderers

1957-08-24At age 17 future England soccer striker Jimmy Greaves scores on his First Division debut for Chelsea against Tottenham Hotspur in a 11 draw at White Hart Lane

1971-05-21Chelsea win 11th European Cup Winners Cup against Real Madrid 2-1 in Athens (replay)

1994-05-14FA Cup Final: Manchester United defeat Chelsea 4-0 at Wembley Stadium, London

1997-08-03Manchester United beats Chelsea 4-2 on penalties to win the Charity Shield, after a bad-tempered 1-all draw at Wembley

1998-05-13Chelsea of England win 38th European Cup Winners Cup against Stuttgart of Germany 1-0 in Stockholm

1999-10-03Chelsea scores massive upset when they humble English Premiership champions Manchester United, 5-0 at Stamford Bridge; Gus Poyet sets the tone scoring after just 27 seconds; Nicky Butt is sent-off for United

2000-05-20English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (78,217): Chelsea beats Aston Villa, 1-0; Roberto Di Matteo scores 73 winner

2002-05-04English FA Cup Final, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (73,963): Arsenal beats Chelsea, 2-0 for 8th title

2005-11-28Ballon dOr: FC Barcelonas Brazilian midfielderRonaldinhois named best football player in Europe ahead of Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard and Liverpools Steven Gerrard

2007-05-19English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (89,826): Chelsea beats Manchester United, 1 0 (a.e.t.); Didier Drogba scores 116 winner for Blues 4th title

2008-05-21UEFA Champions League Final, Moscow: Manchester United beats Chelsea, 6-5 on penalties after scores tied at 1-1 after extra time; first all-English final in the competitions history

2009-05-30English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (89,391): Chelsea beats Everton, 2-1; Frank Lampard scores 72 winner

2010-05-15English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (88,335): Chelsea beats Portsmouth,1-0; Didier Drogba scores 59 winner; Blues 6th title

2012-03-21Sergio Agero & Samir Nasri score to give Manchester City 2-1 win over Chelsea at City of Manchester Stadium; EPL record 20th consecutive home win; streak ends with 3-3 draw v Sunderland 31/3

2012-05-05English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London (89,102): Chelsea beats Liverpool, 21; Didier Drogba scores winner for Blues 7th title

2012-05-19UEFA Champions League Final, Munich: Chelsea beatsBayern Munich, 4-3 on penalties after a 11 draw at the end of extra time; Blues first title

2012-11-21Chelsea Manager Roberto Di Matteo is sacked and replaced by Rafael Bentez

2012-12-16Corinthians defeat Chelsea 1-0 to win the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup

2015-05-03Chelsea wins the 201415 English football Premier League

2015-12-17Jos Mourinho is sacked as manager of British Premier football club Chelsea

2017-05-27English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London: Arsenal beats Chelsea, 2-1; Aaron Ramsey scores 79 winner as Arsne Wenger becomes most successful manager in FA Cup history, winning his 7th title

2018-05-19English FA Cup Final, Wembley Stadium, London: Chelsea beats Manchester United, 1-0; Belgian international Eden Hazard scores 22 penalty

2018-07-13Chelsea FC sacks high profile manager Antonio Conte despite winning 2016-17 EPL and 2018 FA Cup, replaced by ex-Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri

2018-08-08EPL club Chelsea sign Kepa Arrizabalaga from Spains Athletic Bilbao for 72 million; world-record fee for a goalkeeper

2019-01-02United States international Christian Pulisic becomes the most expensive American soccer player when he moves from Borussia Dortmund to Chelsea for 57.6M ($73M); remains at Dortmund on loan until the end of the season

2019-05-09English clubs create football history by taking all 4 final spots in Europes 2 major competitions; Chelsea & Arsenal qualify in Europa Cup after miracle Champions League wins for Liverpool & Spurs

2019-08-14French woman Stephanie Frappart is the first woman to referee a major match in a European mens tournament - UEFA Super Cup Chelsea vs Liverpool in Istanbul

2019-11-19EPL club Tottenham sacks high profile manager Mauricio Pochettino after disappointing start to season; replacement is higher profile ex-Chelsea and Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

2020-06-25Liverpool FC clinches first EPL soccer title in 30 years with 7 games to spare as Chelsea beats second-placed Manchester City, 2-1 at Stamford Bridge

2021-04-20All six EPL clubs withdraw from the controversial European Super League just 3 days after it was announced - Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham

2021-05-29UEFA Champions League Final, Porto: Kai Havertz scores just before halftime to give Chelsea a 1-0 win over Manchester City in an all-English final; Blues second CL title

1928-04-24Tommy Docherty, Scottish soccer midfielder (25 caps; Preston North End) and manager (Chelsea, QPR, Scotland, Manchester United), born in Glasgow, Scotland (d. 2020)

1934-09-23John Mortimore, English soccer defender (Chelsea 249 games) and manager (Portsmouth, Benfica, Real Betis), born in Farnborough, England (d. 2021)

1936-07-20John Sillett, English soccer defender (Chelsea, Coventry City, Plymouth Argyle) and manager (Coventry City FA Cup 1987), born in Southampton, England (d. 2021)

1940-02-20Jimmy Greaves, English soccer striker (57 caps; FIFA World Cup 1966; Chelsea, Tottenham) and journalist/broadcaster (The Sun, World of Sport, On the Ball), born in London, England (d. 2021)

1941-09-27Peter Bonetti, English soccer goalkeeper (7 caps; World Cup 1966; Chelsea 600 games), born in London, England (d. 2020)

1947-02-20Peter Osgood, English soccer striker (4 caps; Chelsea, Southampton), born in Clewer, Berkshire, England (d. 2006)

1953-12-26Matthew Harding, English businessman & soccer administrator (Chelsea Football Club), born in Haywards Heath, England

1959-06-10Carlo Ancelotti, Italian soccer manager (UEFA Champions League x 4 - AC Milan, Real Madrid; Chelsea, PSG, Bayern Munich, Juventus) and midfielder (26 caps; Roma, AC Milan), born in Reggiolo, Italy

1962-09-01Ruud Gullit, Dutch soccer midfielder (66 caps; Ballon dOr 1987; Feyenoord, PSV, AC Milan, Chelsea), born in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tony Cascarino, Irish soccer striker, broadcaster (88 caps Rep of Ireland; Millwall, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Marseille, Nancy), born in St Pauls Cray, Kent, England

1963-01-26Jos Mourinho, Portuguese soccer manager (Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Manchester Utd, Real Madrid, Tottenham, Roma), born in Lisbon, Portugal

1963-09-06Pat Nevin, Scottish soccer winger (28 caps; Chelsea, Everton, Tranmere Rovers), born in Glasgow, Scotland

1966-07-05Gianfranco Zola, Italian footballer and coach (Chelsea), born in Oliena, Italy

1970-05-29Roberto Di Matteo, Italian soccer midfielder, manager (Italy 34 caps, Lazio, Chelsea), born in Schaffhausen, Switzerland

1970-06-06Albert Ferrer, Spanish soccer defender, coach (Spain 36 caps, FC Barcelona, Chelsea), born in Barcelona, Catalonia

1970-09-22Emmanuel Petit, French footballer (Chelsea, France), born in Dieppe, France

1971-12-03Frank Sinclair, Jamaican soccer defender (28 caps; Chelsea, Leicester City), born in Lambeth, England

1975-07-05Hernn Crespo, Argentine soccer striker, coach (Argentina 64 caps, 35 goals; Parma, Chelsea, Banfield), born in Florida Este, Argentina

1978-03-11Didier Drogba, Ivorian football player (Chelsea, Phoenix Rising FC, Ivorian national team), born in Abidjan, Ivory Coast

1978-05-18Ricardo Carvalho, Portuguese footballer (Chelsea, Real Madrid), born in Amarante, Portugal

1978-09-15Eiður Guðjohnsen, Icelandic footballer (Chelsea, Barcelona) and manager, born in Reykjavk, iceland

1979-03-02Damien Duff, Irish soccer winger (100 caps, Republic of Ireland; Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea, Newcastle United, Fulham), born in Dublin, Ireland

1980-12-07John Terry, English soccer defender (78 caps; Chelsea), born in London, England

1981-12-28Khalid Boulahrouz, Dutch soccer defender (35 caps; RKC Waalwijk, Hamburger SV, Chelsea, VfB Stuttgart), born in Maassluis, Netherlands

1982-12-03Michael Essien, Ghanaian soccer midfielder (58 caps; Chelsea, Lyon), born in Accra, Ghana

1984-08-23Glen Johnson, English soccer right-back (54 caps; Liverpool, Chelsea, Portsmouth, Stoke City), born in London, England

1984-09-23Anneliese van der Pol, Dutch-American actress (Thats So Raven & Ravens Home -Chelsea), born in Naaldwijk, Netherlands

1985-08-05Salomon Kalou, Ivorian footballer (Chelsea), born in Oum, Ivory Coast

1985-12-19Gary Cahill, English soccer defender (61 caps; Chelsea, Bolton), born in Dronfield, Derbyshire

1987-04-22David Luiz Moreira Marinho, Brazilian football player (Chelsea, Brazil national team), born in Diadema, Brazil

1987-05-04Francesc Fbregas Soler, Spanish footballer (Chelsea, Spanish national team), born in Arenys de Mar, Spain

1991-01-07Eden Hazard, Belgian football player (Chelsea, Belgian national team), born in La Louvire, Belgium

1991-03-29NGolo Kante, French footballer (Chelsea), born in Paris, France

1992-12-01Marco van Ginkel, Dutch soccer midfielder (8 caps; Vitesse, Chelsea, PSV), born in Amersfoort, Netherlands

1993-05-13Romelu Lukaku, Belgium footballer (Chelsea, Manchester United), born in Antwerp, Belgium

1993-09-10Sam Kerr, Australian soccer striker and captain (99 caps; Perth Glory, Chicago Red Stars; Chelsea), born in East Fremantle, Australia

1996-01-23Ruben Loftus-Cheek, English footballer (Chelsea), born in London, England

1964-03-28AnthropologistJane Goodallmarries wildlife photographer Baron Hugo van Lawick, at Chelsea Old Church, London (divorced 1974)

1995-02-14Nigel Finch, English TV director and film-maker (Chelsea Hotel; Vampyr; Stonewall), dies from AIDS-related illness at 45

2006-03-01Peter Osgood, English soccer striker (4 caps; Chelsea, Southampton), dies from a heart attack at 59

2020-04-12Peter Bonetti, English soccer goalkeeper (7 caps; World Cup 1966; Chelsea 600 games), dies at 78

2020-12-31Tommy Docherty, Scottish soccer midfielder (25 caps; Preston North End) and manager (Chelsea, QPR, Scotland, Manchester United), dies at 92

2021-01-26John Mortimore, English soccer defender (Chelsea 249 games) and manager (Portsmouth, Benfica, Real Betis), dies at 86

2021-09-19Jimmy Greaves, English soccer striker (57 caps; FIFA World Cup 1966; Chelsea, Tottenham) and journalist/broadcaster (The Sun, World of Sport, On the Ball), dies at 81

2021-11-30John Sillett, English soccer defender (Chelsea, Coventry City, Plymouth Argyle) and manager (Coventry City FA Cup 1987), dies at 85