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Chelsea FC Biggest loss & defeat ever – worst Chelsea defeat / loss ever!

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Chelsea FC worst defeat ever? Highest losses of Chelsea FC in all history? What is the Chelsea FC biggest loss ever?

Chelsea FC biggest margin loss? The Chelsea FC biggest loss ever? What is the Chelsea FC loss margin? Well, we will find out soon.

Chelsea FC Biggest defeat ever in history

Chelsea Football Club biggest loss? Lets have a look at Chelsea FC biggest loss ever in history.

Chelsea FC have not been much of a losing team in the last decade or so since Roman Abramovich took over. And even before the take-over, Chelsea were regularly in the Top 6. But there have been some heavy defeats in the past. Here we take a look at the Chelsea FC biggest defeats ever.

This is the worst Chelsea FC biggest defeat ever!

Chelsea FC Biggest Loss

Which is the Chelsea FC Biggest Loss? Chelsea FC biggest defeat?

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  • Record defeat – 1–8 v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, First Division, 26 September 1953
  • Record League defeat – 1–8 v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, First Division, 26 September 1953

Chelsea FC worst loss and biggest defeat

Chelsea FC biggest loss and worst defeat is the loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1953. The Blues lost 1-8 to Wolverhampton in the First Division.

Wolves were a powerhouse of English football back in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s. They won the English League in 1953/54 and even competed in Europe.

Wolverhampton Wanderers were even in the UEFA Cup Final (now known as the Champions League) in 1972- finishing runners up. Chelsea, on the other hand, were struggling back then. This was evident when Wolverhampton Wanderers beat them 8-1.

Chelsea biggest loss in Premier League

Chelsea biggest loss in Premier League? Chelsea’s highest defeat in Premier League? Here are the Chelsea worst defeat in Premier League

  • Record League defeat – 1–8 v. Wolverhampton Wanderers, First Division, 26 September 1953
  • Record Premier League defeat – 0–6 v. Manchester City, Premier League, 10 February 2019

Chelsea FC Biggest Losses FA Cup

Chelsea biggest loss in FA Cup? Here are Chelsea biggest losses in FA Cup:

  • Record FA Cup defeat – 0–6 v. Sheffield Wednesday, Round 2 Replay, 5 February 1913

Chelsea FC biggest loss: Record League Cup defeat – Worst League Cup defeat against Stoke City

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Chelsea were thrashed 2-6 V Stoke City in the Round 3 replay in October 1974.

Goal scorers: Hurst 2′, 67′, Smith 10′, Droy 37′ (o.g.), Harris 44′ (o.g.), Salmons 62

  • Record European defeat – 0–5 v. Barcelona, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, semi-final replay, 25 May 1966

Chelsea FC biggest loss- worst Champions League defeat – Worst defeat against Barcelona 2000

Chelsea FC Biggest loss Champions League Barcelona 2000

Here is Chelsea worst defeat in Champions League ever. Chelsea FC biggest Champions League defeat came against Barcelona. The blues lost 1–5 (after extra time) in the quarter-final second leg, on 18 April 2000. The Barca loss is Chelsea worst Champions League defeat ever.

Here were the teams:

Barcelona: Hesp, Zenden, F. de Boer, Reiziger, Puyol, Cocu, Guardiola, Gabri, Rivaldo, Kluivert, Figo. Subs: Arnau, Abelardo, Litmanen, Sergi, Dani, Simao, Xavi.

Chelsea: De Goey, Babayaro, Desailly, Leboeuf, Ferrer, Morris, Wise, Deschamps, Di Matteo, Zola, Flo. Subs: Cudicini, Petrescu, Poyet, Sutton, Ambrosetti, Lambourde, Thome.

Goals: Rivaldo-2, Luis Figo, Dani, Patrick Kluivert

Chelsea: Tore Andre Flo.

Chelsea had won the first leg of the Champions League tie 3-1. But at Nou Camp, for the second tie, Chelsea were thrashed by Barcelona 5-1.

Chelsea longest sequence defeats in Premier League

Longest sequence of League defeats – 7, 1 November 1952 – 20 December 1952

  • Longest sequence of unbeaten matches:
    • 23 matches, 23 January 2007 – 28 April 2007
    • A whole 23 matches, 4 April 2009 – 23 September 2009
    • 23, 4 May 2014 – 6 December 2014
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten League matches – 40, 23 October 2004 – 29 October 2005
  • Longest sequence of unbeaten home matches in the Premier League – 86, 20 March 2004 – 26 October 2008

Most League defeats in a season – 27 in 42 matches, First Division, 1978–79

This was Chelsea FC worst season ever. They were relegated to the 2nd Division because they finished last in the league table. Danny Blanchflower was the manager then. The losses just kept stacking up for Chelsea in that season.

Their top scorer from that season was Tommy Langley who scored 16 goals.

Here is the League table from 1978/79

Pos Team P W D L F A GD Pts
1 Liverpool 42 30 8 4 85 16 69 68
2 Nottingham Forest 42 21 18 3 61 26 35 60
3 West Bromwich Albion 42 24 11 7 72 35 37 59
4 Everton 42 17 17 8 52 40 12 51
5 Leeds United 42 18 14 10 70 52 18 50
6 Ipswich Town 42 20 9 13 63 49 14 49
7 Arsenal 42 17 14 11 61 48 13 48
8 Aston Villa 42 15 16 11 59 49 10 46
9 Manchester United 42 15 15 12 60 63 -3 45
10
Coventry City
42 14 16 12 58 68 -10 44
11 Tottenham Hotspur 42 13 15 14 48 61 -13 41
12 Middlesbrough 42 15 10 17 57 50 7 40
13 Bristol City 42 15 10 17 47 51 -4 40
14 Southampton 42 12 16 14 47 53 -6 40
15 Manchester City 42 13 13 16 58 56 2 39
16 Norwich City 42 7 23 12 51 57 -6 37
17 Bolton Wanderers 42 12 11 19 54 75 -21 35
18 Wolverhampton Wanderers 42 13 8 21 44 68 -24 34
19 Derby County 42 10 11 21 44 71 -27 31
20 Queens Park Rangers 42 6 13 23 45 73 -28 25
21 Birmingham City 42 6 10 26 37 64 -27 22
22 Chelsea 42 5 10 27 44 92 -48 20
  • Fewest League defeats in a season – 1 in 38 matches, Premier League, 2004–05

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