Chelsea trophies won from the year 1955-to-2021 and more to come in the league cups be it FA, UEFA Champions, FIFA Club World Cup, EPL and more to come.
Chelsea football club is an English club that was founded back in the year 1905. With their home ground being Stamford Bridge, the English club is competing in the premier league competition and is one of the most successful clubs in England as it has already won about thirty trophies since its establishment. Though the team still looks forward by putting more effort to see if it can win more trophies in time to come. Therefore, in line with this article, we are going to be looking at all the trophies won by the English football club from the year 1955 to 2021.
1. As of 1954, Chelsea FC was able to win its First Division title alongside the FA Charity Shield, then went on to win the FA Cup as of 1969/70 season, UEFA Cup Winners Cup as of 1970/71 season and then the FA Cup as of 1996/97 season.
2. Chelsea football club has done well in the 1997/98 season as it succeeded in winning the UEFA Cup Winners Cup, alongside the League Cup and UEFA Super Cup. However, the club then went on to win the FA Cup in the year 1900, FA Charity Shield in the year 2000, and finally won the League Cup in the year 2005.
3. Still in the year 2005, the team also won the Premier League and FA Community Shield, then the Premier League again the following year. Chelsea however, proceeded to win both the League Cup and FA Cup in 2007, then the FA Cup two years later.
4. In the year 2009, Chelsea FC became the winners of the FA Community Shield, and then went on to become the winners of both the Premier League and FA Cup as of the 2009/10 season.
However, the club as of 2012 was able to win the FA Cup and Champions League, before moving on to win the Europa League title as of the 2012/13 season.
5. Winners of the League Cup and Premier League in 2015, Chelsea also succeeded in winning the Premier League as of the 2016/17 season. Following their victory, however, the club was able to win the FA Cup in 2018, the European in 2019, and finally the UEFA Champions League in 2021. Though the club still has the hope to win more and more trophies in time to come.