Location of Chelsea F.C.
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Chairman: Bruce Buck
Secretary: Alan Shaw
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti
Address: Stamford Bridge Fulham Road SW6 1 HS London
Telephone: (+44) 207 386 9373
Fax: (+44) 207 381 4831
Football League South winner (1): 1945
First Division/ Premier League winner (4): 1955, 2005, 2006, 2010
FA Cup winner (6): 1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009, 2010
Full Members Cup winner (2): 1986, 1990
Football League Cup winner (4): 1965, 1998, 2005, 2007
UEFA Cup winners' Cup winner (2): 1971, 1998
UEFA Super Cup winner (1): 1998
Second Division winner (2): 1984, 1989
1905: Foundation of Chelsea F.C. First manager of the club: John Robertson
1906: New manager: William Lewis
1907: New manager: David Calderhead
1920: FA Cup finalist
1924: Relegated to Second Division
1930: Promoted to First Division
1933: New manager: Leslie Knighton
1939: New manager: Billy Birrell
1944: Football League South finalist
1945: Football League South winner
1952: Manager retires: Billy Birrell, New manager: Ted Drake
1955: First Division Championship winner
1961: New manager: Tommy Docherty
1962: Relegated to Division Two
1962: New Coach: Tommy Docherty
1965: Football League Cup winner
1967: New manager: Dave Sexton, Cockney Cup finalist
1970: FA Cup winner
1971: European Cup Winners' Cup winner
1974: New manager: Ron Suart
1975: New manager: Eddie McCreadie
1977: New manager: Ken Shellito
1978: New manager: Danny Blanchflower
1979: New manager: Geoff Hurst
1981: New manager: Bobby Gould, New manager: John Neal
1984: Division Two winner, Promoted to First Division
1985: New manager: John Hollins
1986: Full Members Cup winner
1988: New manager: Bobby Campbell, Relegated to Second Division
1989: Second Division winner, Promoted to First Division
1990: Full Members Cup winner
1991: New manager: Ian Porterfield
1993: New manager: David Webb, New manager: Glenn Hoddle, FA Cup final
1996: New manager: Ruud Gullit
1997: FA Cup winner
1998: New manager: Gianluca Vialli, Football League Cup winner, UEFA Cup winners' Cup winner, UEFA Super Cup winner
2000: New manager: Graham Rix and Ray Wilkins (as caretaker managers), New manager: Claudio Ranieri, FA Cup winner
2004: New manager: José Mourinho
2005: Premier League winner, Football League Cup winner
2006: Premier League winner
2007: FA Cup winner (against Manchester United (1-0 (goal: Didier Drogba))), Football League Cup winner, FA Community Shield final, New manager: Avram Grant.
2008: July: New manager: Luiz Felipe Scolari, UEFA Champions leage finalist
2009: New manager: Ray Wilkins (as caretaker manager), FA Cup winner, New manager: Carlo Ancelotti
2010: Premier League winner, FA Cup winner
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