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Highest wins of Chelsea FC in all history? What are the Chelsea FC biggest wins everChelsea FC biggest margin wins? What are the Chelsea FC biggest losses ever? Chelsea FC losses margin? Well, we will find out soon. Here are the Chelsea FC biggest wins & losses +5 goals in history.

Chelsea FC Biggest wins & losses – 5+ Goals

Chelsea FC Biggest Wins & losses

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Chelsea FC Biggest Wins

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Record win – 13–0 v. Jeunesse Hautcharage, 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, 29 September 1971

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The Chelsea FC Record win – 13–0 v. Jeunesse Hautcharage, 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, 29 September 1971

Chelsea FC played Luxembourg team Jeunesse Hautcharage in 1971-72, in the European Cup Winners’ Cup medal. The first leg they won 8-0.

In the second leg, Chelsea thrashed them 13-0. Striker Peter Osgood scored an incredible five goals. Osgood was the fourth Chelsea player to ever have scored five goals in a match (George Hilsdon, Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Tambling).

The aggregate 21-0 scoreline is the biggest ever win for a European tie.

Here was the Chelsea team that day:

1 Peter Bonetti
2 John Boyle
3 Ron Harris (c)
4 John Hollins
5 David Webb
6 Marvin Hinton
7 Charlie Cooke
8 Tommy Baldwin
9 Peter Osgood
10 Alan Hudson
11 Peter Houseman

Manager: Dave Sexton

One of the players from the Luxembourg team had just one arm after an amputation. Another player had apparently stopped to take photos during the match.

  • Record League and Premier League win – 8–0 v. Wigan Athletic, Premier League, 9 May 2010 and 8–0 v. Aston Villa, Premier League, 23 December 2012
  • Record FA Cup win – 9–1 v. Worksop Town, Round 1, 11 January 1908

Record League Cup win – 7–0 v. Doncaster Rovers, Round 3, 16 November 1960

Goals: J. Sillet, Brabook (2), Blunstone (2), Tambling (2).

  • Record European win – 13–0 v. Jeunesse Hautcharage, 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, 29 September 1971
  • Record European win (away) – 0–8 v. Jeunesse Hautcharage, 1971–72 European Cup Winners’ Cup, 15 September 1971
  • Record Champions League win (home) – 6–0 v. Maribor on 21 October 2014 and v. Qarabağ on 12 September 2017
  • Record Champions League win (away) – 0–5 v. Galatasaray on 20 October 1999 and v. Schalke 04 on 25 November 2014
  • Most consecutive League wins: – 13, 1 October 2016 – 31 December 2016
  • Longest sequence without a League win – 21, 3 November 1987 – 2 April 1988
  • Most League wins in a season – 30 in 38 matches, Premier League, 2016–17
  • Fewest League wins in a season – 5 in 42 matches, First Division, 1978–79

Chelsea FC Biggest Losses and defeats

Which are the Chelsea FC Biggest Losses/defeats?

Chelsea FC Biggest Losses and defeats

Chelsea FC Biggest Losses? Here are the highest Chelsea FC Losses/defeats: 

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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 defeat ever

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

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

Wolverhampton Wanderers were even in the UEFA Cup Final (now known as the Champions League) in 1972. They finished runners up. Chelsea, on the other hand, were not as good then. This was evident when Wolverhampton Wanderers beat them 8-1.

Chelsea FC heaviest loss in recent days is the defeat to Manchester City in 2019. The Blues lost 0-6 to Manchester City in Premier League.

  • Record FA Cup defeat – 0–6 v. Sheffield Wednesday, Round 2 Replay, 5 February 1913
  • Record League Cup defeat – 2–6 v. Stoke City, Round 3 Replay, 22 October 1974
  • Record European defeat – 0–5 v. Barcelona, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, semi-final replay, 25 May 1966
  • Record Champions League defeat – 1–5 (after extra time) v. Barcelona, quarter-final second leg, 18 April 2000
  • 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
    • Total of 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 one of 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 of Chelsea back then. The losses just kept coming for Chelsea in that season.

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

  • Fewest League defeats in a season – 1 in 38 matches, Premier League, 2004–05

Chelsea FC Biggest Draws

Highest scoring draw – 5–5 v. West Ham United, First Division, 17 December 1966

Goals: Baldwin Goal 40′
Hateley Goal 51′
Cooke Goal 54′
Tambling Goal 80′ (pen), 90′

Chelsea team that day against West Ham 1966:
1 Peter Bonetti
2 Joe Kirkup
3 Eddie McCreadie
4 John Hollins
5 Marvin Hinton
6 Ron Harris (c)
7 John Boyle
8 Tommy Baldwin
9 Tony Hateley
10 Charlie Cooke
11 Bobby Tambling Manager: Tommy Docherty

See also…

Most League draws in a season – 18 in 42 matches, First Division, 1922–23

Longest sequence of League draws – 6, 20 August 1969 – 13 September 1969