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Chelsea Signed Football Memorabilia: The Ultimate Collection
Welcome to our Chelsea memorabilia shop! Chelsea FC is one of England’s most prominent and prolific top-flight football clubs. They are well-known for their acquisition of world-famous players and gleaming trophy cabinet packed with silverware. Famous alumni include Frank Lampard, John Terry and Didier Drogba.
Chelsea’s score sheet is impressive – and the club has experienced sustained success over the last two decades. They have won 6 league titles, 8 FA Cups, one UEFA Champions League, 4 FA Community Shields and two UEFA Winners Cups, UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League – in fact, a total of 32 major trophies. They’re widely feared in the Premier League and European championships – and understandably so. The club started out at the now infamous Stamford Bridge in 1904 and quickly rose through the ranks, finding success in the First Division. The club has only ever played at one location – but the stadium has been continuously renovated and refurbished over the years. The current Chelsea crest and strip pictures a rampant lion holding a staff – but the club has been rebranded multiple times in an attempt to re-modernise and refresh. They have always played in blue.
Chelsea FC also features prominently in popular culture. It is featured in a wide array of films, TV documentaries and songs hailing from all over the world. Notably, Chelsea is featured in Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The 39 Steps’, whilst singer (and superfan) Bryan Adams dedicated his song ‘We’re Gonna Win’ to the club. In 2003 Chelsea was bought by high-profile Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich after the club fund themselves suffering a financial crisis. He spent more than £100m on new players bringing in José Mourinho in 2004. He won the Premier League, the FA Cup and two league cups during his spell at the club. He was fired in 2007 but then returned in the 2013, then sacked a second time in 2015. In total, Mourinho won six trophies during his two spells at Chelsea FC. He is the most successful manager in the club’s history.
Frank Lampard took over but failed to reignite the fire. He achieved some success in his first season, but was ultimately unable to sustain it. He was criticized for his management style, which some felt was too inexperienced. However, Lampard remains a popular figure at Chelsea, and his appointment as caretaker manager in April 2023 was met with widespread approval.
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine Abromovich handed the ownership of Chelsea FC to trustees of the Chelsea Foundation writing off the £1.5bn that was owed to him by the club, and in May 2022 the club was old to consortium of Todd Boehly, Clearlake Capital, Mark Walter and Hansjörg Wyss. In 2022 they won the FIFA Club World Cup and spent a record £289m on new players, spending £107m on Enzo Fernandez, breaking the British transfer record. In may 2023 they finished 12th in the Premiership with Argentinian Mauricio Pochettino took over as head coach
Chelsea is one of the most widely supported football clubs in the world – meaning demand for memorabilia is consistently high. If you’re searching for signed Chelsea memorabilia, you’ve come to the right place. Our seasoned collections feature a variety of unique and extra-special finds – including signed & framed Chelsea shirts & jerseys, football boots, footballs and framed photos. We source each item individually using our experience and expertise and guarantee authenticity for each and every one.
We also sell jerseys, captain armbands and other collectibles. We source each item individually using our experience and expertise and guarantee authenticity for each and every one.
What’s The Rarest Piece of Chelsea Memorabilia?
The FA trophy from 1970 sold for £420,000 and is considered to be the rarest item of Chelsea Memorabilia. The match, a replay between Leeds and Chelsea was won by Chelsea 2-1
What’s The Best Chelsea Memorabilia To Buy?
Historic pieces can go for high sums, such as worn shirts and trophies. Signed Chelsea shirts are the most expensive items and often come framed. Most important, buy what you will enjoy looking at the most!
What’s The Most Expensive Chelsea Shirt?
A Peter Osgood shirt from the 1970 FA Cup Final sold for £48,000 at auction!
How Do I Look After My Chelsea Memorabilia?
Keep your memorabilia away from direct sunlight to maintain the value. If the item gets dirty then wipe with a damp cloth. Strong detergents should be avoided.