CHELSEA CHAMPION LEAGUE SQUAD: LIST OF TRAINED PLAYERS THAT ARE ON THE A AND B LISTS

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With one week to go until Chelsea’s return to the UEFA Champions League, our CHAMPIONSHIP LEAGUE SQUAD: LIST OF Chelsea’s TRAINED PLAYERS THAT ARE ON THE A AND B LISTS


The Blues are back in Champions League action next week, with Stamford Bridge hosting Valencia on matchday one of the new campaign on Tuesday 17 September. UEFA rules stipulate that each club must submit an A list of players and a B list of players for involvement in the competition.

Who can be on the A List?

No club may have more than 25 players on List A during the season. As a minimum, eight places are reserved exclusively for ‘locally trained’ or homegrown players and if a club has less than eight players to fill these spots, the maximum number of players on List A is reduced accordingly.

A homegrown player is someone who has either been on the club’s books for three years between the ages of 15 and 21 (‘club-trained player’), or a player who has been on another club’s books in the same association for three years between the ages of 15 and 21 (association-trained player). No club can have more than four association-trained players among their eight homegrown players on List A.

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The Blues have submitted five homegrown players on List A this season. Andreas Christensen, Tammy Abraham, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Fikayo Tomori all qualify as club-trained players, while Ross Barkley is an association-trained player following his 13 years at Everton.

What is the B List?

A player may be included on the B List if he is born on or after 1 January 1998 and has been eligible to play for the club for an uninterrupted period of two years since his 15th birthday. Clubs are entitled to register an unlimited number of players on List B during the season, although the list must be submitted the day before each match.

Mason Mount, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James and Jamie Cumming are all included as under-21 trained players on this list. Including players who are on medical treatment believing them to be fit before that day.

Can the lists be changed during the season?

While the B list can be updated throughout the season, List A can only be changed once in between the group stage and the last-16. A maximum of three new players can be registered, though the overall limit of 25 players must not be exceeded.

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CHELSEA’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SQUAD: LIST OF PLAYERS THAT ARE ON THE A AND B LISTS

CHELSEA’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SQUAD: LIST OF TRAINED PLAYERS THAT ARE ON THE A LIST

1. Kepa Arrizabalaga

2. Antonio Rudiger

3. Marcos Alonso

4. Andreas Christensen (HG)

5. Jorginho

7. N’Golo Kante

8. Ross Barkley (HG)

9. Tammy Abraham (HG)

10. Willian

11. Pedro

12. Ruben Loftus-Cheek (HG)

13. Willy Caballero

15. Kurt Zouma

17. Mateo Kovacic

18. Olivier Giroud

22. Christian Pulisic

23. Michy Batshuayi

28. Cesar Azpilicueta

29. Fikayo Tomori (HG)

33. Emerson

CHELSEA’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE SQUAD: LIST OF TRAINED PLAYERS THAT ARE ON THE B LISTS

19. Mason Mount

20. Callum Hudson-Odoi

24. Reece James

31. Jamie Cumming

44. Marc Guehi

45. George McEachran

47. Billy Gilmou

Eto’o announces retirement

The BBC reports former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o has called time on his 22-year playing career.

The four-time African player of the year, who played for the Blues during the 2013/14 season, announced his retirement on Instagram, stating: ‘The end, towards a new challenge.’


The 38-year-old Cameroonian played for Real Madrid, Barcelona and Inter Milan before arriving at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2013 and scored 12 goals in 35 games during his only campaign with the Blues.

He went on to play for Everton, Italian side Sampdoria and Turkish clubs Antalyaspor and Konyaspor before rounding off his career earlier this year at Qatar Sports Club.

SOURCE: CHELSEAFC.COM

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