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Chelsea are one of five clubs to have won all three major European club competitions before 1999, and the only club to have won all three major European club competitions twice.
They are also the only London club to win the Champions League and Club World Cup.
Domestically, the club has won six league titles, eight FA Cups, five League Cups and four FA Cups.
Internationally, since their inception they have won the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Super Cup twice each, as well as the FIFA Club World Cup once.
Based on the total number of trophies won, Chelsea is the fourth most successful club in English football.
The club has rivalries with neighboring teams Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as a historical rivalry with Leeds United.
In terms of club value, Chelsea is the eighth largest football club in the world with a value of $3.10 billion and the eighth largest football club in the world.
In 1904, Gus Mears purchased the Stamford Bridge athletics stadium in Fulham with the intention of turning it into a football ground.
Proposal to lease it to neighboring Fulham Football Club.
As there was already a Fulham team in the area, the name of the neighboring area Chelsea was chosen for the new club;
Names such as Kensington, Stamford Bridge and London were also considered.
Chelsea won promotion to the first division in the second season and bounced between the first and second divisions in the early years of their career.
They reached the 1915 FA Cup Final, where they lost to Sheffield United at Old Trafford, and finished third in the First Division in 1920, the club's best league finish to that date.
Chelsea had a reputation for supplying star players and attracting large numbers of people.
The club had the highest average attendance in English football for ten separate seasons, including 1907–08, 1909–10, 1911–12, 1912–13, 1913–14 and 1919–20.
They were FA Cup semi-finalists in 1920 and 1932 and remained in the First Division throughout the 1930s, but success eluded the club during the interwar years.