5 Famous Chelsea Fan Chants Which Is Used To Intimidate The Opponents

Without fans, football is nothing. Fans create an atmosphere in the stadium which is an integral part of the sport. Stamford Bridge is one of the iconic stadiums in the Premier League and the faithfuls when on song create raucous scenes in the Shed.

The chants and songs are used for the motivation of the home side and for intimidating the opponents. Often a hostile atmosphere makes it difficult for the visiting side to play their natural game.

Over the years, the fans have been singing songs that have become a part of the club’s history. Let’s take a look at the top five chants by Chelsea:

5. Blue Day:

This is a song from the eighties and has been a fan favourite since then. It can be heard on matchdays and the fans sing it passionately:

“The only place to be, every other Saturday
Is strolling down the Fulham road
Meet your mates, have a drink, have a moan and start to think
Will there ever be a blue tomorrow?

We’ve waited so long and we’ll wait forever
Our blood is blue and we will leave you never
And when we make it, it’ll be together
Oh oh oh

Chelsea, Chelsea
Chelsea, Chelsea
We are gonna make this a blue day
Chelsea, Chelsea
Chelsea, Chelsea
We are gonna make this a blue day

Oi!
Lalalalala
Lalalalala
Lalalalala…

We’ve got some memories, albeit from the seventies
When Ossie and co. restored our pride
Now we’ve got hope in our team and suddenly it’s not a dream
We’ll keep the blue flag flying high

We’ve waited so long, but we’d wait forever
Our blood is blue and we would leave you never
And when we make it, it’ll be together…
Oh oh oh

Oi!
Lalalalala
Lalalalala
Lalalalala…

Now even Heaven is blue today
You should hear the Chelsea roar
Hear the Chelsea roar…

Chelsea, Chelsea
Chelsea, Chelsea
We’re gonna make this a blue day
Chelsea, Chelsea
Chelsea, Chelsea
We’re gonna make this a blue day”

4. Didier Drogba chant:

The Ivorian has been the best striker that has played for the Club. He has been a fan favourite since his arrival and his chant used to make the stadium buzzing whenever he scored.

” Didier Drogba, tra lala,
Didier Drogba, traaa lalala,
Didier Drogba, tra lala,
Didier Drogba, traaa lalala”

3. Frank Lampard chant:

Club’s all time highest scorer has a special place in every Chelsea Fan’s heart. Lampard has a brilliant chant with a nice tune and it is sung still after his departure from the Club.

“Super, Super Frank
Super, Super Frank
Super, Super Frank
Super Frankie Lampard!”

2. Carefree song:

This song is mostly sung by the supporters in away games and it is sung in the tune of ‘ Lord of the Dance’.
It was sung first in 1982 by a terrace regular Mick Greenway. The lyrics goes like this :

“Carefree, wherever we may be

We are the famous C-F-C

And we don’t give a f***

Whoever you may be

Cos we are the famous C-F-C”

1. Blue is the colour :

This is the most used and the most famous song at Stamford Bridge. This song shows the passion between the fans and reflects an identity between the Club and it’s supporters.

It was performed by the squad in 1972 ahead of their League Cup final against Stoke City. It is England’s one of most known songs.

“Blue is the colour, football is the game
We’re all together and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
‘Cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name.

Here at the Bridge, whether rain or fine
We can shine all the time
Home or away, come and see us play
You’re welcome any day

Blue is the colour, football is the game
We’re all together and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
‘Cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name

Come to the Shed and we’ll welcome you
Wear your blue and see us through
Sing loud and clear until the game is done
Sing Chelsea everyone

Blue is the colour, football is the game
We’re all together and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
‘Cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name.

Blue is the colour, football is the game
We’re all together and winning is our aim
So cheer us on through the sun and rain
‘Cause Chelsea, Chelsea is our name.”

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