The Champions League is the biggest and best club football tournament in the world.
After the winter break, it is scheduled to kick back off again, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich all once again looking to lift the trophy. Manchester City are aiming to get their hands on it for the first time, with Chelsea and Liverpool hoping it might kickstart their flagging Premier League season.
Watching the UEFA Champions League used to be very easy, with bars packed on the night of a big game, and the final drawing people together to cheer on their favourite team. When Spurs lost to Liverpool it drew 11.2m viewers across the UK, but sadly if one of our domestic team were to progress this season, you might have to find new and inventive ways to come
- Posted: February 05, 2021Read more »
The Champions League is the biggest and best club football tournament in the world.
- Posted: January 08, 2021Read more »
In 2020 the world of football has been greatly impacted by COVID-19 and the restrictions governments have in place. Within this blog post we are going to look into how the Premier League teams, players and fans have been impacted by the restrictions in place. And will also investigate how these changes have impacted the performance of the squads by comparing their season-to-season stats.
Changes to Scheduling and Spectators
The Premier League has seen two seasons in total impacted by the COVID-19 restrictions which lead to an alteration in scheduling as well as spectators. In this section of the article, we are going to look into how these two important elements of the football season have been adjusted accordingly.
In March 2020 England went into a full lockdown which saw a stay-at-home order in place. This was constantly extended
- Posted: April 15, 2020Categories: Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona, France, BelgiumRead more »
Within this blog post we are going to explore the current and previous performance on the pitch by Griezmann and Hazard. Both currently playing in rival squads in the La Liga, previously these key players have taken part in different leagues. Therefore, in this article we are going to see how they fared previously with an update coming shortly to how they are coping in the same league. So, if you want to find out more about Griezmann and Hazard, then keep on reading.
Antoine Griezmann 2018/19 La Liga Performance
To begin with we are going to look into how Antoine Griezmann has performed during the 18/19 season playing in the La Liga tournament for Atletico Madrid. At the beginning of 19/20 Griezmann transferred to Barcelona, so we will explore his stats at the end of the season with his new club to see if there is a change. Below is
- Posted: March 20, 2020Categories: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, England, France, Spain, Germany, General Sports StoriesRead more »
Euro 2020 cancelled, the Premier League football across Europe suspended with no certainty of the season being concluded. Who could have predicted this is the situation we would find ourselves in in twenty-twenty? Of course, in comparison to the global situation the cancellation of some football games isn’t that important. But it does have a wider implication not only for the sport itself, but for the economy, for businesses who rely on football to make a living as well as on the mental health of players, coaches, technical and admin staff as well as supporters around the world.
How Coronavirus Has Impacted Football
Massive disruption, and countrywide shut-downs are happening around the world, to prevent further spread of Covid-19. Covid-19 commonly referred to as Coronavirus originated in China in December 2019, has spread to every continent since. Coronavirus is a viral infection, that causes a range of symptoms primarily in the respiratory system that can range from v
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Today we are going to investigate the careers of the most popular Goalkeepers in the Premier League. In this article we are comparing the past season’s performance of both Kepa Arrizabalaga and Alisson Becker. Acknowledging their stats for the 18/19 season as well as an overview of their career on the pitch, if you want to find out more about these top Goalkeepers, then keep on reading.
Kepa Arrizabalaga’s 2018/19 Premier League Performance
To being with we are going to look at the 2018/19 performance of Arrizabalaga in the local Premier League tournament where he plays for Chelsea. Here is the breakdown of his overall performance in the previous season:
- Saves – 82
- Penalties saved – 1
- Punches – 10
- High claims – 11
- Catches – 7
- Sweeper clearances – 9
- Throw outs – 156
- Goal kicks –
- Posted: March 04, 2020Categories: Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Juventus, Real Madrid, SpainRead more »
Today we are going to look across the football career of Alvaro Morata. Covering his youth and senior careers for club and national teams. We will also explore the performance of Morata over the years to see how he has progressed between each transfer. Here is a basic profile of Morata, but if you want to find out more about this Striker, then keep on reading:
- DOB – 23rd October 1992
- Height – 1.9m
- Weight – 85kg
- Nationality – Spanish
- Current Club: Atletico Madrid
- Signed – 1st July 2018
- Position – Striker
Alvaro Morata Youth Experience
Alvaro Morata’s first recorded youth team membership was with Atletico Madrid in 2005 when he was an early teen. Atletico Madrid was one of his local teams as he was born in Madrid, Spain on the 23
- Posted: February 21, 2020Categories: Chelsea, Tottenham HotspurRead more »
At the weekend Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur go head to head for the second time in the Premier League season for 2019/20. In anticipation of this match, we have put this article together where we investigate the recent and historic performance of both sides to see if there is a predicted clear winner. So, if you want to find out more about how Chelsea and Spurs have been doing this season, then keep on reading.
Chelsea’s Current Premier League Performance
To begin with we are going to look into how Chelsea has been performing in the 19/20 Premier League. Below we have explored their past five matches to give us a better idea on how they are coping this season:
- 17/02/2020 – Chelsea (0) V Manchester United (2)
- 01/02/2020 – Chelsea (2) V Leicester City (2)
- 21/01/2020 – Chelsea (2) V A
- Posted: September 30, 2019Read more »
The UEFA Champions League is one of the most watched soccer tournaments across Europe as we see the top teams from each league compete to become the ultimate squad. Taking place during the summer of 2019 we saw the qualifying rounds of the 2019/20 season begin and after a short break the competition commenced with the group stages starting on the 17th September and due to end in December ready for the knockout phases to start in early 2020. As the group stages are well underway, we thought we would take a brief look at match day and the qualifiers of this season’s Champions League tournament. So, if you are interested in finding out more about the fixtures then keep on reading.
Champions League Qualifiers
The Champions League Qualifiers for 2019/20 started on the 25th June and ended on the 28th August 2019. Within these stages of the football tournament the final qualifying teams were determined for the competition.
In the first P
- Posted: November 20, 2018Categories: ChelseaRead more »
The task of shopping for presents during the festive season can prove to be difficult, especially when the older they get the less likely you are to be inundated with wish lists. Therefore if you are thinking of what to get the Chelsea fan in your life as a gift, we have put together this guide on the essentials you could put on your shopping list. From novelty Chelsea Football Club stocking fillers to authentic replica kits in kids and adults sizes, we have taken into consideration a range of budgets below. Here are our top four ideas with further information provided beneath:
- Customized Chelsea Kit
- Official CFC Babywear
- Chelsea Training Clothing
- Chelsea Stocking Filler Accessories
- Posted: November 13, 2018Categories: ChelseaRead more »
Chelsea is a long standing soccer team in England and has formed a rather large fan base over the years. And with the likes of Hazard, Terry and Lampard joining the squad in previous seasons, we can see why this club is a popular choice to support. Situated around London, this football team has a lot of competition from other squads; however they never fail to stand out with their classic blue and white colour scheme and unique alternative jerseys.
So have a read below and come on a journey with us looking back at the historic styling of all of the Chelsea sportswear from the likes of Le Coq Sportif, Umbro, Adidas and Nike. We also explore how the CFC home strip evolved to the colour scheme we know and love today. And we will also discuss which shirts were a complete hit with supporters and which had totally missed the mark.
Concept of the Chelsea Home Shirt Style
So how did this football team come to have this blue and white colouring seen all across