Arsenal vs Chelsea all time statistics, head to head record ahead of the F.A cup final.

Arsenal FC (gunners) vs Chelsea FC (blues) is a long long time rivalry, the Derby and rivalry is nicknamed “the North-West London derby”, is sweet and competitive rivalry between two big London based football clubs Arsenal and Chelsea. Their stadiums are named Emirates Stadium and Stamford Bridge respectively.

1. Their First meeting ended Chelsea 2–1 Arsenal, Football League on 9th, November 1907.


2. The Latest meeting ended Chelsea 2–2 Arsenal, Premier League on 21st, January 2020.


3. Next derby is Arsenal vs Chelsea, an FA Cup Final on 1st, August 2020.


4. The top scorer between derbies is Didier Drogba (13 goals).


5. Meetings total between Arsenal and Chelsea is 200.


6. Most wins is Arsenal 76 times (59 draw and Chelsea 65 wins).


7. Arsenal vs Chelsea have been 4 major finals:


I) The 2002 FA Cup Final (Arsenal won 2–0).


II)The 2007 League Cup Final (Chelsea won 2–1).


III) The 2017 FA Cup Final (Arsenal won 2–1)


IV) The 2019 Europa League Final (Chelsea won 4–1).


V) This 2020 F.A cup final will be the next meeting.

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Posted Jul 29th, 2020



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