July 2021

 After a 6-1 hammering of Championship side, Peterborough yeateryes at Chelsea's Cobhams training centre in a game that saw Thomas Tuchel's side produced same brilliance they were none for last season, the Blues will still take three more pre season games before their new Premier League Season kick-off.

Thomas Tuchel's side will take on AFC Bournemouth away at the Vitality stadium on the 27th of July before they lurk horns with perennial London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspurs on August 1st and 4th respectively.

The game against AFC Bournemouth is expected to kick-off at 7:45pm on Tuesday, 27th July, 2021 with both fans expected to savour the occasion as the Cherries will love to see it stand filled to the capacity. The Championship club who failed to secure a Premier League promotion last season after  losing rheir semifinal playoffs against Premier League newcomers, Brentford are now been coached by former Chelsea midfielder, Scott Parker who took the post earlier last month.

The Blues will then observed a five day break before taking on London rivals, Arsenal in a charity game that will see funds raised been shared by both teams Foundations to help deliver support for mental health and well-being of communities both home (England) and abroad. The game will kick-off at 3pm on Sunday, 1st August, 2021 at the Emirates Stadium with fans from the stands.

In continuation of the charity fund raiser, the Blues will host Tottenham Hotspurs on Wednesday, 4th August, 2021 by 7:45pm in a game that will see Spurs' new boos, Nuno Espirito Santos lead his new charges against the European champions.

Chelsea boss, Thomas Tuchel have been quoted to be impressed with the level of high ranking fixtures slated for him in what will be his first full season in charge of the West London club.

The Blues will kick-off their season opener against fellow Londoners, Crystal Palace on Saturday, 14th August at Stamford Bridge.