The 7 best chants the Chelsea fans sing at Stamford Bridge and the 2 that take aim at Tottenham

Since Chelsea Football Club was founded in 1905 numerous different chants have been created by the fan base – more than 340 overall.

Chants bring the match alive and Chelsea fans have always been keen to bring new ones to the game to keep the atmosphere fresh.

But even though new songs come and go, the old classics are never forgotten.

So, let’s have a look at the top seven chants that are sung by Chelsea fans at Stamford Bridge at the moment. And we’ve got a mixture of both old and new in here.

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This chant is a Chelsea classic and it has been sung at the Bridge for as long as many Chelsea fans can remember.

Here’s how it goes:

Carefree, wherever you may be,

We are the famous CFC,

And we don’t give a ****

Wherever you may be,

Cause we are the famous CFC.

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John Terry has won the double

John Terry has won the double is a Chelsea fans’ favourite and is sung at most home games.

It originated when Chelsea won the double in the 2010/11 season. They were crowned both Premier League and FA Cup winners that year and here’s how it goes:

Double, double, double,

John Terry has won the double,

And the **** from the Lane,

Have won **** all again,

As John Terry has won the double.

We’ve got Super Frankie Lampard

Chelsea fans have recently created a new chant about Chelsea manager Frank Lampard which has quickly taken off.

The chant was sung out in Spain when Chelsea took on Valencia in the Champions League group stage. Fans warmed to the new chant very quickly and it is now being sung inside Stamford Bridge on a regular basis.

Here’s how it goes:

We’ve got Super Frankie Lampard,

He knows exactly what we need,

Tomori at the back,

Tammy in attack,

Chelsea’s gonna win the Champions League.

Chelsea fans heckle David Luiz of Arsenal as he is sent off at Stamford Bridge (Image: Marc…


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