Chelsea TV Schedule
Chelsea FC, nicknamed the Blues, are one of the most popular English Premier League teams in the United States. To make sure you don’t miss a single game, here’s our Chelsea TV schedule and team details.
Chelsea TV Schedule and Streaming Links
Chelsea on TV and streaming: U.S. only:
Saturday, October 1
Wednesday, October 5
Saturday, October 8
Tuesday, October 11
Sunday, October 16
Tuesday, October 25
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Manager: Thomas Tuchel
English top-flight titles: 6
Champions League titles: 2
Where to find Chelsea on TV
Chelsea is frequently featured on USA Network and NBC as part of each week’s Premier League coverage. If you’ve cut the cord, there are still plenty of ways to watch without cable on Peacock Premium, fuboTV, and more. Games are also available on-demand if you miss them live.
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In the modern era, squad rotation is key. This is particularly true with an inflated schedule and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In the following lineup, this is a projection of what Chelsea looks like during the 2021/22 season at full strength.
Certain players get interchanged more regularly than others. Hakim Ziyech or Christian Pulisic are frequent appearance makers on the wings, while Trevor Chalobah, Callum Hudson-Odoi and the long-injured Ben Chilwell are wing backs.
Tuchel proudly mixes it up to give players rest and keep the opposition on its toes.
Chelsea Supporters Groups in the United States: View our list
Fubo Sportsbook odds: Latest spread
Schedule of Upcoming Matches
Looking at the Premier League TV schedule, games are shown across a choice of TV networks and streaming services.
Chelsea TV used to be available in the United States. Unfortunately, Chelsea closed the channel in 2019. Still, we often get asked, “Can you watch live games on Chelsea TV?” The answer is no. To replace Chelsea TV, the club launched Chelsea TV Online. However, it only streams select Chelsea women’s games, as well as Academy PL2 and FA Youth Cup matches.
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