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The London Derby is always a hotly contested match, but when Chelsea and Arsenal face-off, the stakes seem even higher. The teams are of course rivals in the Premier League, but the clubs also share a long and complicated history. Both teams have a very successful record, and neither has ever faced relegation from the Premier League since its formation in 1992.

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Chelsea has seen many victories over the years, but they have also been known for their stylish play on the pitch. Some of their best players include Frank Lampard, John Terry, Didier Drogba, and Eden Hazard. Chelsea is a club that always plays with a lot of technique and passion, making them one of the most exciting teams to watch.

In the summer of 2021, Chelsea appointed former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel to replace Frank Lampard as head coach. Tuchel won the Champions League in his debut season.

Stamford Bridge

Chelsea have played their home games at Stamford Bridge since 1905. The stadium has enjoyed plenty of redevelopment, as it was first a venue for athletic meetings. It is now one of the best stadiums in the Premier League for watching football and the atmosphere is unmatched.

Stamford Bridge has a capacity of 40,834, making it the ninth-largest venue in the Premier League. The stadium's highest official attendance was 82,905, for a match between Chelsea and Arsenal in 1935.


Arsenal is one of the most successful teams in England, and has a long list of illustrious players. The club has produced some of the greatest footballers to have ever played the game.

Arsène Wenger is the club’s longest-serving manager and won the most trophies whilst with the team, including a record seven FA Cups. Current manager Mikel Arteta was appointed as manager in September 2020 after joining in 2019 as head coach.

Emirates Stadium

Built in 2006, the Emirates Stadium is the fourth-largest stadium in England. It has been the home of Arsenal since its completion and has a current seated capacity of 60,704. The stadium is based in Holloway in London, and is easily reached by Train and Tube. Emirates Stadium has also hosted international fixtures and music concerts.

Before moving to Emirates Stadium, Arsenal played their home games at Highbury from 1913 to 2006, which was given the nickname the 'Home of Football' by the club.