• UEFA Youth League: Chelsea 0-3 Barcelona
  • Previewing the 2017-18 UEFA Youth League Final
  • The Loan Report: April 16-22
  • UEFA Youth League: Chelsea 2-2 FC Porto (Chelsea win 5-4 on penalties)
  • Under-18s: Chelsea 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Under-18 League Cup Final: Chelsea 2-0 Tottenham Hotspur

If there’s a trophy to be won, Chelsea’s Under-18s will make it their aim to be the team that does so. And, on Sunday afternoon at a snow-covered Cobham, Jody Morris’ boys did just that, beating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 to become the inaugural winners of the Under-18 Premier League Cup whilst showcasing their tremendous academy depth in doing so. The UEFA Youth League and FA Youth Cup campaigns can often…


Development Squad: Arsenal 3-1 Chelsea

Chelsea’s recent good form at Under-23 level came to an end on Saturday as they were defeated 3-1 by title-chasing Arsenal at a snowy London Colney. In freezing conditions, the Blues took an early lead through Kyle Scott, and enjoyed several more good opportunities to extend their advantage without taking them. Arsenal’s response was impressive though, stealing ahead before half time as Eddie Nketiah and Tyreece John-Jules struck, and Reiss…


UEFA Youth League: Real Madrid 2-4 Chelsea

Chelsea will return to Nyon for the UEFA Youth League Finals weekend once again after overcoming Real Madrid in a pulsating Quarter Final on Wednesday afternoon. The Blues fell behind early to a sensational free kick from Óscar Hernández, but showed exceptional resolve to respond with a clinical first half in front of goal, as Daishawn Redan laid on an equaliser for Luke McCormick before adding two himself to establish…


The Loan Report: March 5-11

Following a rather quiet fortnight on the Loan Front, this weekend gave us plenty to talk about, with Kenedy leading the way by scoring his first goals for Newcastle United, whilst Michy Batshuayi got back into the goalscoring groove too. Headliners Quite the pair of goals they were too. The Brazilian was in top form for the Toon Army in a big relegation clash against Southampton, and found the back…


Under-18s: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-4 Chelsea

Chelsea are two wins away from their fourth successive Under-18 Premier League South title after a 4-1 win at Brighton on Friday night saw them move twelve points clear of nearest challenger Arsenal. Charlie Brown, Billy Gilmour and George McEachran struck in a devastating four-minute first-half spell to put the result beyond doubt there and then, whilst Clinton Mola thumped home a spectacular fourth to add emphasis in the second…