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Chelsea Premier League Victory Parade

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Chelsea fans are already starting to line the streets of London. Posing with replica trophies and ‘Champions’ flags, supporters’ spirits are already high outside Stamford Bridge.

Before all the bus parade action kicks off, why don’t you read how Chelsea ended the season on a high with a 3-1 win over Sunderland. 

Diego Costa scored a penalty while Loic Remy managed to bag a brace.

Read Neil Ashton’s report from Stamford Bridge HERE.

Chelsea fans you have been warned, Hazard wants you all to show up at the parade.

Talking of Hazard, what a season he has had for the Blues. Players of his calibre make a huge difference when it comes to winning tight games. The Belgium international scored 14 Premier League goals throughout the campaign. 

You can see why Mourinho thinks he’s the third best player in the world.

One man who could join Drogba in saying goodbye to the Stamford Bridge faithful is Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech. 

The experienced custodian has been linked with the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United after losing his first team spot to Thibaut Courtois. 

Here’s Oliver Todd’s take on the possible departure of one of Chelsea’s heroes.

Cesar Azpilicueta has had a fine season for Chelsea. The Spaniard has managed to keep out big-money signing Filipe Luis despite playing out of position. Here’s his message to Chelsea fans.

Chelsea have been criticised on numerous occasions for ‘parking the bus’ – which basically means going into games with a defensive approach. However their official Twitter account have had the last laugh after their impressive Premier League campaign.

Jose Mourinho has been delighted with the support shown by Chelsea’s fans throughout the season. 

He recently said on their support: ‘Our fans were magnificent all season. They pushed us during difficult matches in winter, summer and spring.’

Mohamed Salah, who has spent the second half of the season on loan at Fiorentina, wishes he was there to celebrate but he still has one more game to play for the Viola.

Chelsea’s first team stars will be setting off from Stamford Bridge before going down the likes of Kings Road and Fulham Road.

Mourinho and his players are likely to make speeches while expect to see plenty of selfies being taken during the afternoon. 

Today is the day we see Chelsea finally let the brakes off of their bus as the likes of Didier Drogba, John Terry and Eden Hazard celebrate their Premier League title triumph. 

It is likely to be an emotional day for Drogba as the legendary striker will be given a chance to say his final farewell to fans of the west London outfit. 

You will be able to watch a free live stream of Chelsea’s parade here. This is also the place to be to see the best images from social media and quotes from Chelsea’s management team and first team players. 



Jose Mourinho and his first team stars will be taking to the streets of London to celebrate their Barclays Premier League title triumph.

Chelsea supporters are expected to turn up in their numbers as the Blues parade their fourth Premier League title.

It will also give Blues fans a chance to say a final goodbye to club legend Didier Drogba, who has announced he will leave the club during the summer. 

The parade is due to start at 12:20pm. 

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