Take a virtual tour of Chelsea’s £500million Stamford Bridge stadium redevelopment by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron.
Chelsea’s stunning Stamford Bridge Stadium Plans by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuro.
When Póg Mo Goal spent some time living in Madrid, the Galácticos hype was at its peak. The Bernabéu Stadium was a mecca for day-trippers as the glamour of the game’s biggest names proved intoxicating. Across the city, however, beleaguered Atletico supporters still packed the Estadio Vincente Calderon and sang the name of ‘El Nino’.
Adidas have released an awesome new video to launch Chelsea’s kit for the 2014/15 season. Under the motto, Forever Blue, the sportswear giant have used the concept of taking plaster casts of the stars of Stamford Bridge.
On this day in 1905, Chelsea FC was founded when businessman Gus Mears decided to create a football team for a stadium he was building at Stamford Bridge.
Despite being Chelsea’s player of the year for the previous two seasons Juan Mata has seen his place in the Blues starting line-up limited this term. Having played only a full 90 minutes on three occasions this season, his angry reaction to being substituted away to Southampton sent out clear signals to the top teams in Europe.
The League Cup is the easiest way for English clubs to win a trophy. Although it warrants a place in Europe, it isn’t exactly held in the highest regard, with some football fans referring to it as a “Mickey Mouse” cup. However, the competition does give smaller teams a fantastic chance of winning some silverware, as we witnessed last year when Swansea beat League Two outfit Bradford in the final. We’ve taken a look at some of the sides that could be in contention for the trophy in early 2014.
The Green Soccer Journal Issue 5
Adidas launched the ‘It’s Blue, What Else Matters?’ campaign to build hype surrounding the release of the 2013/14 season Chelsea kit.
Didier Drogba hit a new low with his antics against Napoli in the Champions League. Even Trap’s lovely assistant Manuela could only interpret the Ivorian’s cowardly diving as a joke, tweeting “I can fall over better than Drogba.” Could we love her any more?