Chelsea’s trophy collection in the Abramovich era: Unforgettable Champions League 2012

It will be the end of Roman Abramovich’s 19-year reign at Chelsea, who have become a footballing powerhouse since his arrival in 2003.

During that time, the club won a total of 21 trophies, including every major trophy available.

Absolute Chelsea has compiled a list of all the trophies won by Chelsea during the Abramovich era.


The Blues defeated Liverpool 3-2 in extra time in the 2004/05 League Cup final, with a Steven Gerrard own goal and goals from Didier Drogba and Mateja Kezman securing the victory.

Soon after, Chelsea stormed to the Premier League title under Jose Mourinho, winning the league with 95 points and setting a still unbeaten record for the fewest goals conceded in a season with only 15.

As a result of their league success, they qualified for the Community Shield in the summer of 2005, where they defeated Arsenal 2-1.

They then defended their Premier League title with another 90-point haul, becoming the first team to do so since Manchester United in 2001.


Chelsea won a domestic cup double in 2006/07, winning the League Cup and the FA Cup, the latter for the first time since 2000.

It was also the first final of the competition to be played at the new Wembley Stadium, with Drogba’s extra-time goal enough to win the trophy over United.

Two seasons later, they won the FA Cup again, this time coming from behind to defeat Everton 2-1.

Chelsea would go on to win the double the following season, with Carlo Ancelotti leading the west London club to another league title and FA Cup, as well as the Community Shield at the start of the season.


Just under ten years after Abramovich’s arrival, the Blues would win their first UEFA Champions League title, with Drogba scoring the game-winning penalty against Bayern Munich in the German giants’ own stadium.

An FA Cup title would also be won, cementing Roberto Di Matteo’s status as a club legend even further.

Chelsea would go on to win the UEFA Europa League the following year, adding to their list of European titles.

Mourinho led Chelsea to their fourth Premier League title in 2015, as well as another League Cup victory.


Two years later, they would be crowned Champions of England once more, this time under Antonio Conte, who would also lead them to their eighth FA Cup victory in history in 2018.

Chelsea won another Europa League title the following season, defeating London rivals Arsenal 4-1 in the final in Baku.

The Blues then won their second Champions League title in 2021, defeating Manchester City 1-0 in Porto just four months after current manager Thomas Tuchel took over.

Tuchel and co. went on to win the Super Cup against Villarreal three months later, before completing the set in the United Arab Emirates in early 2022, when they won the Club World Cup for the first time.

Chelsea has been the most successful English team since Abramovich’s arrival in 2003, winning 21 trophies in total.

They have established themselves as one of Europe’s elite sides and have enjoyed a period of dominance in domestic competitions.

As the Blues’ new owner, Boehly is said to want to take the club “to the summit of English football” and surpass the club’s previous 19-year success.

While such an accomplishment may be difficult to achieve, Chelsea has the potential to become even more successful in England and across the continent, with the Stamford Bridge club now preparing for a new chapter in their history.