Chelsea football books and dvds and a virtual aerial tour of Stamford Bridge. Great books about current and former Chelsea players and Chelsea managers and the history of Chelsea football club.
Top recommended books include Chelsea Football Club: The Official History in Pictures, The Special Ones: Chelsea by the Fans, Chelsea FC: The Official Biography plus many more in the Chelsea online bookshop
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Recommended Chelsea Books
Chelsea FC: The Official Biography - The Definitive Story of the First 100 Years
CHELSEA FC: THE OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY goes to the heart of what gives the club its personality. The author has access to all the key characters, including Mourinho, Abramovich and the star players, plus legendary names of the past.
He addresses all the controversies, including: the near suffocation through lack of cash in the 1970s and in 2002; the impact of Abramovich's money; the club and fans' response to racism; how the hooliganism which dogged Chelsea for years has been tackled. On the lighter side, Chelsea is regarded as the country's glamour club, and fashions, good and dreadful, will feature alongside celebrity fans and the worlds of art and music. And then there is the football at the core of it all, creating moments of huge tension and excitement.
Kings of the King's Road: The Great Chelsea Team of the 60s and 70s
With their long hair and sideburns they fired Chelsea to FA Cup and European Cup Winner' Cup glory on the pitch, and swaggered up and down the King's Road off it, this is a tale of the great Chelsea team of the 60s and early 70s and their incredible lifestyle - in their own words.
Birth of the Blues - Chelsea, the First Decade: 1
From the Rising Sun pub to the 1915 Old Trafford Cup Final against Sheffield United . . . The meteoric rise of Chelsea FC is charted by sports historian Brian Belton. From out of the blue, the Pensioners fought their way into the First Division elite and to their first historic Cup Final during the first months of World War I. This is a story that every true Blue fan should own, as despite everything Chelsea have achieved over the last few years and what the club will undoubtedly accomplish in the future, the dawn of the club's existence premised everything that was to come; when SW6 Southlands gave Birth to the Blues.
A Serious Case of the Blues: Chelsea in the 80s
The follow-up to the acclaimed and best-selling 'Kings of the King's Road: The Great Chelsea Team of the 60s & 70s', 'A Serious Case of the Blues' goes back in time to the 1980s when Stamford Bridge was a crumbling wreck of a stadium and, at times, the old ground had a team to match. And yet, despite financial crisis after financial crisis and the threat of property developers moving in, relegation to the Second Division and hooliganism on the crumbling terraces, it is an era still fondly remembered by Chelsea fans and one from which true blue heroes like Kerry Dixon and Pat Nevin still emerged.
Many more books in the Chelsea football bookshop with annuals, in-depth player and manager profiles and biographies, club stats and history.
Recommended Chelsea DVDs
Chelsea - Season Review [DVD] 
Enjoy a front row seat for the 2008/09 season in the official Chelsea FC Review. Relive the Blues quest for domestic & European glory as the side from Stamford Bridge aim for the ultimate trophies. Turn the clock back to the superb start by Felipe Scolari before the dramatic arrival of Dutchman Guus Hiddink. Get set for the brilliance of Bosingwa and the tenacity of Terry plus great goals from Lampard, Anelka and Deco. Hear the views from the Chelsea squad with exclusive bonus interviews as this unmissable DVD charts the rollercoaster ride of another action packed campaign for one of Premier League Elite
Chelsea - The Big Match [DVD]
Packed with big hair, big tashes, but not so big shorts, The BIG Match is a nostalgic trip down memory lane, revisiting an era in which families across the land would huddle around the TV every weekend to watch live football beamed into their living room. Anchored by Brian Moore, this DVD will transport you to a time when football really was a funny old game; players showed more leg than a bucket of KFC; the smell of bovine based drinks consumed the terraces of Stamford Bridge; and Ray Wilkins had hair! So pick a spot in front of the telly for an afternoon of entertainment delivered with the charm, wit and style oozed by Brian Moore and Jimmy Hill.
Chelsea Away Shirt 2009/10 - Dark Navy/Neon Yellow
The new away kit for 2009/10 uses a tonal hoop in dark navy and new navy with a neon yellow highlight for the adidas 3 stripes, tipping on the collar and sleeves, giving a structured, stylish finish to the shirt.