Category: FA Cup
Subscribe to the RSS feed to keep up to date with all posts in this category.
Article published on 2015-01-25 by ChelseaStats in FA Cup.
The Table below lists some of our home defeats in games when scoring two or more, Like Bradford’s victory which has been discussed in the press as possibly the greatest FA Cup upset in the history of the competition. Date Competition Team F A Referee 2015-01-24 FAC Bradford City 2 4 Marriner,Andre 2012-10-28 PREM Manchester […]
Holders Chelsea face Man City for the 147th time in all competitions, looking to progress to the final and retain the trophy against Wigan Athletic. The Blues have won 61 (41.78%), drawn 37 (25.34%) and lost 48 (32.88%) of the previous 146 matches. Chelsea have scored 210 goals against Man City, averaging 1.44 goals per […]
Article published on 2013-02-17 by ChelseaStats in FA Cup.
Frank Lampard scored the third goal in a 4-0 victory against local rivals Brentford in the Fa Cup. The goal marked the England midfielder’s 26th goal in the competition, ranking first overall in Chelsea’s history for FA Cup goals. It was also his 13th in all competitions this season and his 199th career goal for […]
Demba Ba scored twice, from close range, on his debut for Chelsea in the 5-1 FA Cup win over Premier League Southampton. Ba opened the scoring by following in on Juan Mata’s shot to make sure before the Southampton defence could hook the ball off the line, his second showed good movement and desire and […]
Chelsea Ladies appeared in the Women’s FA Cup final for the first time since being founded in 1992, but despite taking the lead twice once in 90 minutes and again in extra-time, they couldn’t hold on and eventually lost 3-2 on penalties, again with Chelsea Ladies taking a 1-0 lead from the first round of […]
Ramires scored his 11th goal of the season in all competitions and became the first Brazilian to score in a FA Cup final at Wembley. Ramires scored in the 11th minute to aid Chelsea in their 2-1 victory over Liverpool, it is his first Trophy with Chelsea since signing from Benfica last season. The Brazilian […]
Fernando Torres was in the Chelsea squad that defeated Liverpool 2-1 at Wembley in the FA Cup final 2012 and thus earned his first domestic team trophy of his career. Torres who has won both the European Championship and the World Cup at international level, had never won a trophy in his spell at Liverpool […]
Gary Cahill scored his first goal for Chelsea and opened the scoring in the 5-2 FA Cup victory over Leicester City. Cahill marked the goal with a tribute to former Bolton team-mate Fabrice Muamba who had collapsed on the pitch in another quarter final match up the day before. Fernando Torres won the corner in […]
Frank Lampard made his 50th FA Cup appearance for the Blues in the 1-1 draw with Birmingham City after coming on as a substitute in the second half. Lampard became only the 4th Chelsea player to reach that milestone behind legends Ron Harris (64), Peter Bonetti (57) and John Hollins (51). Vice Captain, Lampard, will […]
In a rematch of the 2009 final, Chelsea are away at Everton in the FA Cup. You have to go back to 1956 for the last time Everton recorded a victory over Chelsea in the competition. In fact Everton have only ever won two Fa Cup ties over Chelsea, 1938 and 1956 winning both 1-0.
Chelsea are looking to defend their FA Cup as they aim to win it for the 3rd successive year and for the 4th time in 5 years. The Blues are 3-0-0 (100%) in FA Cup ties with Ipswich scoring 8 and conceding 1 and have never played away at Town in the competition. Chelsea beat […]