Chelsea are one of the most famous clubs in England, more recently they have become one of the biggest and most successful clubs in European Soccer. With the recent and dramatic dismissal of Thomas Tuchel and the rapid appointment of former Brighton boss Graham Potter, they have yet another managerial chapter to open.
Below is a list of all Chelsea FC managers, from the club’s origins in 1905, to its recent appointment of Potter. Including Win% and honours won.
|Chelsea Manager||Nationality||Win %||Honours|
|John Tait Robertson||Scotland||61%||0|
|Danny Blanchflower||Northern Ireland||16%||0|
|Luiz Felipe Scolari||Brazil||56%||0|
|Roberto Di Matteo||Italy||57%||2|
How many managers did Chelsea have in history?
When Graham Potter finally took charge of Chelsea FC for his first game as manager, he became the 40th Chelsea manager in their long history.
Who was Chelsea manager before Tuchel?
Potter has replaced Thomas Tuchel. The very successful German coach was bought in to replace, playing hero come manager Frank Lampard in 2021.
How many managers has Chelsea had in the last 15 years?
Graham Potter will become Chelsea’s 16th Manager in the last 15 years when he takes charge. Between 2007 and 2022 Chelsea ripped through 16 different managers, starting with the imminent departure of Jose Mourinho and ending with Potter.
Luiz Felipe Scolari
Roberto Di Matteo
Who was manager when Chelsea won the Champions league?
Chelsea have won the Champions League twice, once in 2012 under Rafael Benitez and most recently in 2021 under the now departed Thomas Tuchel.
How many managers have Chelsea had in the last ten years?
Graham Potter will become Chelsea’s 11th Manager in the last 10 years when he takes charge. Between 2012 and 2022 Chelsea ripped through 11 different managers, starting with Villas Boas and ending with Potter.
Roberto Di Matteo
How many managers did Chelsea have since 2000?
This century Chelsea have had 18 Managers. They were led into the new century by Gianluca Vialli and are now managed by former Brighton Boss Graham Potter.
|Luiz Felipe Scolari||2008-2009|
|Roberto Di Matteo||2012-2012|
|Graham Potter||2022 – TBD|