Chelsea Football Club have offered their captain John Terry a one year contract extension, much to the delight of fans.
John Terry is reported to be planning a farewell party at Stamford Bridge next week and Chelsea have been linked with a move for Nice's Hatem Ben Arfa.
Premier League champions Chelsea FC have submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge to a 60,000-capacity stadium to the Hammersmith and Fulham council
Chelsea FC manager José Mourinho received unequivocal support from the Stamford Bridge crowd on Wednesday, with Blues fans chanting his name on several occasions during the 2-1 win over Dynamo Kyiv
Liverpool piled further misery on Jose Mourinho as they beat his Chelsea side 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
With the club revealing blueprints of a proposed redevelopment of Stamford Bridge that is expected to increase its capacity to 60,000, Chelsea FC are considering Wembley as a temporary home, but face competition from Tottenham Hotspur for the iconic venue
The Premier League champions are set to make detailed plans for an expansion of Stamford Bridge publicly available on Tuesday (30th June), with Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich preparing to make his most significant investment yet
Chelsea FC to unveil ambitious £500m plan to increase capacity to 60,000 at a consultation meeting to local residents and supporters at a Stamford Bridge exhibition between June 30 and July 2. According to reports in the Telegraph, Chelsea FC could be forced to find a new home for up to three years if the club push ahead with plans to expand Stamford Bridge that includes ideas for Chelsea to dig down below street level to increase the capacity of the stadium from 41,798 to 60,000. Owner Roman Abramovich will have to fully fund the project with early predictions estimating it could cost £500 million and take up to three years to complete the plan, meaning Chelsea FC would have to play away from Stamford Bridge during the period. Twickenham has previously been touted as a potential temporary home for the Premier League champions and Chelsea FC have held discussions with Rugby Football Union’s Ian Ritchie, while Wembley would be another option for the London […]
Amidst the celebrations, reporters brought the men in blue to a halt to share their excitement before the Champions take to the social media to do the same.
Before Chelsea face Napoli in their Champions League encounter, TheHardTackle takes you back to a night in March, 2005.