Chelsea Supporters' Trust
Bygone Chelsea 1905-99 is run by Paul Waterhouse. It was set up four years ago by Mark Lauri and Simon Cross and began to produce various features, such as ‘On This Day’
Hi my name is James, I’m from a small Town called Malvern, West Midlands and my first game was in 1990 when my Uncle, who was a big Chelsea fan living in Andover at the time, took me.
Dean has been a men's season ticket holder since 2002, and back in 2020 started Went To Mow Kingsmeadow, the podcast that follows the Chelsea FC Women's team....
Smiffy, as Neil is known to many Chelsea supporters, can trace his lifelong love of the club to the door of cousins who lived on the World’s End Estate less than a mile from Stamford Bridge
Chad is a 5th generation Blues fan, proud father and fortunate husband.
David Chidgey (@StamfordChidge) has been a season ticket holder in Gate 17 Matthew Harding Upper since 2002 and a supporter for over 40 years.
Mark Meehan is a long standing Chelsea fan who saw his first game in April 1971 when Chelsea played Coventry City at Stamford Bridge.
My name is Paul Carter and my website is stamford-bridge.com.
We are the Chelsea Graves Society, formed by fans dedicated to tracing the final resting places of former Chelsea FC players and significant others associated with the Club.
Rick Glanvill is a multiple award-winning writer, author and researcher based in London
Tim first watched Chelsea in 1967 and has attended over 1500 games since.
Supporting Chelsea has been a passion of mine from a very early age. I went to Stamford Bridge for the first time during the 1989/90 season and I have never looked back since.