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Chelsea FC was founded in 1905 and is based at Stamford Bridge in Fulham, London. Though a relatively young club, the Blues have spent most of their history in the top-flight and can boast of four league-titles, seven FA Cups, four League Cups, as well as one Europa League and one Champions League title. Their present manager is Jose Mourinho, known as the Special One, who has led the club to two Premier League titles and will be hoping to secure their third this season. Get your Chelsea tickets right here on Ticketbis!


Costa hardly training despite form - Published on 29/09/2014

Jose Mourinho revealed that Diego Costa is ‘doing almost nothing in training´, despite the striker´s great form. The star Chelsea signing scored his eighth goal of the season in the Blues´ 3-0 win over Aston Villa and continues to make an impact in their Premier League campaign. Get your Chelsea tickets right here on Ticketbis!

The former Atletico Madrid player picked up a hamstring injury while playing for Spain in the last international break. Mourinho added that Costa is ‘jut resting and recovering from the tight muscle he has’.

Chelsea remain unbeaten so far this season and have been widely tipped to be the team to be lifting the Premier League trophy after thirty-eight games. Aston Villa will have been disappointed by the result, having only lost one and conceding no away goals before the tie at Stamford Bridge.

Mourinho´s squad will now travel to Portugal where they will face Sporting in their second game of the Champions League group stages. After that Chelsea will be hosting London-rivals Arsenal in what is set to be a high-tempo derby. Buy your Chelsea v Arsenal tickets now!


Chelsea scrape Bolton winPublished on 25/09/2014

Chelsea gained a deserved victory in their Capital One Cup fourth round tie against Bolton at Stamford Bridge yesterday, beating the visitors 2-1. It was Oscar who gave Chelsea their second lead of the game after he drilled in a loose ball from a blocked shot by Loic Remy in the fifty-fifth minute. Buy your Chelsea tickets right here on Ticketbis!

The Blues put on a strong display but that didn´t stop Bolton drawing level six minutes after the home side scored their first of the game. The Trotters benefitted from a free-kick that was taken by Liam Feeney and converted from sixteen yards away by Matt Mills.

Chelsea will in no way be disheartened by the narrow victory and will be pleased that they avoided having to endure extra time and penalties. Their well-rested players will now be looking forward to their tough home match against Aston Villa. Villa have started the season well and have the opportunity to match leaders Chelsea on points if they can force a win on Saturday. Get your Chelsea v Aston Villa tickets now!


Blues secure 'emotional' draw - Published on 22/09/2014

Chelsea managed a 1-1 draw in a difficult game at the Etihad on Sunday but will come away believing they could have won the important tie. After City defender Pablo Zabaleta was sent off for a needless challenge against Diego Costa, Andre Schurrle scored his second goal of the season. Grab your Chelsea tickets right here on Ticketbis!

In a remarkable finale to the game, former Blues captain Frank Lampard knocked-in an equaliser five minutes from the end. Mourinho was seemingly unshaken by the strange turn of events, claiming that City´s one-man deficit made no difference in an ‘emotional’ match like this one.

Chelsea will now turn their attention to their Wednesday League Cup match against Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers. Mourinho will be pleased with his team´s progress this season but will be all too aware of the danger of their next opponents – third place Aston Villa.

Get your Chelsea v Aston Villa tickets and see the team that are widely tipped to top the Premier League table live and in person at Stamford Bridge!


Chelsea held by Schalke at the Bridge - Published on 18/09/2014

Chelsea´s hopes of securing a fifth consecutive win this season were shattered by a sixty-second minute Schalke goal during their group stage opener at Stamford Bridge yesterday. The Blues pushed for a winning goal afterwards but an impressive defensive display by their Bundesliga opponents kept them at bay. Buy your Chelsea tickets on Ticketbis now!

Jose Mourinho will be disappointed by the draw but can take heart from the fact that Chelsea lost their opening match against Basel last season but went on to reach the semi-finals. The Portuguese will also be pleased that Cesc Fabregas opened his account with his new club, his assists being the main feature of his previous Chelsea performances.

Plans for achieving a third Champions League title will have to wait for Jose Mourinho as he sets his sights on an important match against Manchester City on Sunday. With Diego Costa still recovering from a hamstring injury he incurred playing for Spain on the 4 September, the Special One will have to be careful about overworking his new star-signing. You can get your Manchester City v Chelsea tickets right here on Ticketbis!

Costa scores hat-trick against Swansea - Published on 15/09/2014

Diego Costa continued his impressive run with three goals against Swansea City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. As well as the player of the month award he won last week, the Brazilian can now also boast a record as the first Premier League player to score seven in their first four games.

The Blues netted a total of four against their opponents after a nervy start that saw captain John Terry score an own-goal in the eleventh minute. Jonjo Shelvey managed to score a second for the Swans late in the game but Chelsea were too strong and a comeback just wasn´t on the cards.

The London club have had a perfect run so far this season and now top the table two points clear of second place Aston Villa. Jose Mourinho will have been pleased to see new £8.5 transfer Loic Remy open his account with a goal in the eighty-first minute.

Be sure to get your Chelsea tickets now – this is promising to be a goal-filled season at Stamford Bridge that you do not want to miss!


Mourinho up for Premier League manager of the month - Published on 11/09/2014

Jose Mourinho has been shortlisted for the Premier League manager of the month award for August. The winner, who is set to be announced tomorrow, will be chosen from him and other shortlisted candidates Garry Monk from Swansea, Mark Hughes from Stoke City and Paul Lambert from Aston Villa.

Mourinho has led Chelsea to three wins in three so far this season – the only other team to achieve the same has been Swansea. The two will meet in a highly anticipated match at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Chelsea have been praised for their shrewd transfer activity that saw Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas signed from Atletico Madrid and Barcelona respectively. It is no coincidence that these two are amongst the candidates up for the player of the month prize.

So Chelsea could start Saturday´s game having already won two prizes – of course, the only one Jose Mourinho will really care about it is the piece of silverware awarded at the end of the season. Get your Chelsea tickets here and watch them do their best to secure the Premier League title and trophy.


Diego Costa injured in Euro 2016 qualifierPublished on 08/09/2014

New Chelsea transfer Diego Costa looks to be a doubt for Saturday´s game against Swansea City. The star striker came off the field with a hamstring injury in Spain´s 1-0 defeat against France in Paris on Thursday and will not play in their upcoming qualifier with Macedonia.

The Brazilian-born Costa, who switched his allegiance to Spain last year, has so far proved a good signing for Jose Mourinho. He has managed to score in all three of his appearances for the Blues and seems to be worth the £32m paid to Atletico Madrid for his services.

Despite concerns over Diego Costa, Mourinho will be buoyed by Cesar Azpilicueta´s signing of a new five year contract. The Chelsea defender has started in all three Blues games this season and seems to be first choice at the back.

Get your Chelsea tickets for their next game against Swansea, as the team from London try to continue their 100% start. It won´t be an easy game but the Special One will feel he has the depth of squad to beat the Swans at Stamford Bridge.


Mourinho has relaxed end to transfer window - Published on 04/09/2014

Yes, it´s official. The financial activity in this summer´s transfer window broke last season´s record of £760m. With the Premier League more competitive than ever, English clubs shelled out a cool £835m to secure the best talent from home and abroad.

But while Louis van Gaal and co. were scrapping about at the last minute for headline signings like Monaco´s Radamel Falcao, Jose Mourinho had little business to take care of – just the comparably modest £8.5m signing of former QPR striker Loic Remy.

With no more opportunities to buy and sell, clubs will have to rely on good old-fashioned tactics to tide them over until the January marketplace opens. This shouldn´t be a problem for Chelsea, who have put on an impressive display since the beginning of the season and they will be intent on continuing their good form with a win at home against Swansea after the international break.

It seems like it´s all going to plan for the Special One but football is never that straightforward. Get your Chelsea tickets and be part of the twists and turns of the Premier League. 


Chelsea beat Everton in nine-goal thriller - Published on 01/09/2014

“It was wonderful for everyone watching – but not for me” is what Jose Mourinho had to say about his team´s nervy but in the end convincing win over Everton at Goodison Park. The Blues boss will have a lot to smile about though as £32m summer signing Diego Costa secured a brace, meaning the Spaniard has scored in all three of his appearances for Chelsea.

The weekend-signing of Loic Remy looks like it will be the Special One´s last bit of business in the transfer window but, with Cesc Fabregas claiming his fourth assist of the season and Costa on fire, it looks as though Chelsea have strengthened enough for now – unlike London rivals Arsenal.

Chelsea tickets will now be in high demand, as they face the only other team with three wins out of three games – Swansea – at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. The Welsh visitors will be all too aware of their opponent´s superior strike power but will be looking to find a way in through the Blues´ ropier defence.



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