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Chelsea FC EOS Trophies Wow Attendees

A big date in the football calendar is their End of Season awards, where there is a chance to look back on the incredible season and award those that have gone that extra mile in the game and for their team. There were 7 winners across the evening at Chelsea Football Club’s star-studded event. Awards are voted for by supporters and the Players’ Player of The Year awards are voted, you guessed it, by the players, their team mates. 

Men’s player of the season 2023/24 and Men’s Players’ Player of the Year was Cole Palmer. Cole joins Eden Hazard, Thiago Silva and Willian as some of the Chelsea players who have won both the Players’ Player and Player of the Season award in the same season. He became only the third player in Premier League history to reach 30-plus goal involvements in a single season while aged 21 or younger. 

The Women’s Players’ Player of the Year as voted by her teammates was Jess Carter, The England international, who’s excellence at last summer’s World Cup didn’t go unnoticed. The Women’s Player of the Year was awarded to Lauren James, scoring 16 goals across all competitions. James became the seventh Chelsea Women’s player to claim the award, which was created in 2015.

The Men’s & Women’s Academy Players of the Year were awarded to Alfie Gilchrist after earning his place in the first-team squad and Katie Cox who at under-19 level, helped the young Lionesses qualify for the European Championships which take place this summer in Lithuania. Both amazing achievements for this season!

Blues for ‘The Blues’

These striking awards were made fromlayered polished nickel plated Aluminium and Chelsea FC recognisable pantone matched blue acrylic, with their digitally printed logo. A proud moment to be celebrated for all members of the Chelsea Football Club and of course the awards needed to be special enough to mark such an occasion!

Congratulations to all of this season’s winners, who are definitely going to impress in the 2024/25 season!

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