This page is dedicated to Chelsea Football Club.
The Cup winning sets can also be found on the Football - FA Cup Finals page and the Vintage Style sets can be found on the Football - Vintage Style page.
18 piece sets celebrating Chelsea's Cup triumphs.
Chelsea took a slim 3-2 lead into the second leg against Leicester City with goals from Bobby Tambling, Terry Venables and Eddie McCreadie. City must have fancied their chances but Chelsea held on to a goalless draw and took the trophy.
Chelsea were locked in a titanic struggle with Leeds United for the cup. They couldn't be seperated in a 2-2 draw but Chelsea finally triumphed in the replay with goals from Peter Osgood and David Webb cancelling out one from Leeds' Mick Jones.
Having won the FA Cup the previous season Chelsea entered the European Cup Winners Cup and reached the final where thye fced the mighty Real Madrid. after conceding a late goal when so close to victory in the first game, Chelsea ran out worthy 2-1 winners in the replay.
Chelsea faced relegated Middlesbrough at Wembley and got off to a record breaking start with Roberto Di Matteo's goal in under a minute. Eddie Newton sealed the win late in the game with Chelsea's second.
Extra time goals from Frank Sinclair and Roberto Di Matteo were enough to finally see off a stubborn Middlesbrough team.
A night of European glory for Chelsea as they faced German Cup Winners VFB Stuttgart in the final. The game was deadlocked until Gianfranco Zola came off the bench to hit a sensational winner for the Blues.
In the last FA Cup final to be held at Old Wembley Chelsea faced a skillful Aston Villa but it was 1997 hero Di Matteo who scored the goal to give the Blues the trophy again.
After falling behind to an early Liverpool goal Chelsea fought back to take the trophy as strikes from Didier Drogba, Mateja Kezman and a Steve Gerrard own goal saw them run out 3-2 winners.
Chelsea fell behind early on to Arsenal but fought back to win with two goals from Didier Drogba in this fiery contest.
The FA Cup final returned to Wembley in 2007 and Chelsea faced off against Manchester United. A goal from Didier Drogba saw the trophy on its way to Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea returned to Wembley to face a resiliant Everton Team who took a record breaking lead. Chelsea fought back through Drogba and Frank Lampard to take the trophy once more.
Chelsea were back at Wembley for the second year in a row against a spirited Portsmouth team. There was penalty drama before Drogba scored yet another Cup Final goal to give the Blues victory
Chelsea faced 2012 League Cup winners Liverpool at Wembley. In a close and somewhat controversial final Chelsea secured a 2-1 win with goals from Ramires and Drogba.
On a dramatic night in Munich Chelsea fought back from a late Bayern goal as Didier Drogba hit a dramatic equaliser to send the goal into extra time then penalties. Again it was Drogba who hit the winning penalty to bring the trophy to Stamford Bridge for the first time.
Chelsea faced Benfica in Amsterdam for the trophy. A goal from Fernando Torres was cancelled out by a penalty but Branislav Ivanovic headed in an injury time winner for the Blues.
In a thrilling London Derby Chelsea saw off Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 with goals from John Terry and an own goal from Kyle Walker.
The Blues faced Manchester United and former manager Jose Mourinho at Wembley. Antonio Conte's men lifted the trophy with an Edin Hazard penalty.
Mike Fillery, Pat Nevin, Petar Borota, Paul Canoville, Ron Harris, Clive Walker, Steve Wicks, Kerry Dixon, Joe McLaughlin.
These are extra sets dedicated to Chelsea Football Club
This is a 36 card set featuring some of Chelsea's greatest players.
John Mortimer, Frank Blunstone, Len Casey, Stan Crowther, Stan Wicks, Sylvan Anderton, Roy Bentley, Peter Brabrook, Ron Tindell, Jimmy Greaves, Bobby Tambling, Ron Harris, David Webb, Peter Bonetti, Charlie Cooke, John Hollins, Peter Osgood, Peter Houseman, Alan Hudson, Mickey Droy, Ray Wilkins, Kerry Dixon, Steve Clarke, Dennis Wise, Ruud Gullit, Gianlucca Vialli, Tore Andre Flo, Ginafranco Zola, didier Deschamps, Marcel Desailly, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Richard Di Matteo, Graeme le Saux, Petr Cech, Frank Lampard, John Terry.