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Hey Chelsea Fans, support your club’s Europe win with the best of the fan goods

Hey Guys, more than one week has passed since Chelsea triumphed the European Football by winning the most coveted UEFA Champions League title. We have observed that the craze is decreasing day by day but certainly don’t want that. That is why we have brought for you some selected products that will definitely increase your morale. Checkout the products handpicked by us on Amazon.in

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Chelsea Fan favourite pair of mug and a keyring to start your day with a glimpse of your favourite club.
N 95 Masks made up of very soft cotton cloth along with the branding of Chelsea FC to showcase your love for the club everywhere you go.
Soft Pillow that will guarantee you an awesome sleep plus the icing on the cake that is the emblem of the European Champions Chelsea FC.

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About Chelsea F.C.

Chelsea was founded in 1905 by Gus Mears, an English businessman who had earlier bought the Stamford Bridge athletics stadium with the plan of transforming it into a football ground. His original idea was to rent it to an existing club, but after a deal with Fulham FC was halted, he got the idea to start a new club.

The biggest team in the capital

Chelsea would quickly prove to be a hit with the local supporters and established itself as the biggest club in the capital. In the late 1910s, the club became the first in Britain with an average attendance over 40,000.

The huge attendance numbers made “The Pensioners”, a nickname for the team, to one of the richest clubs in the country and made it possible to pay well reputed players. Chelsea become also home for the first non-British player in the Football League, the Danish Nils Middelboe, who arrived to the club in 1913.

Yet, the first five decades of the club’s existence were not overly fruitful. The team would be in constant motion between Division 1 and Division 2. In their second decade of existence, however, they managed to reach the FA Cup final for the first time.

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