Chelsea 3-0 Sheffield Wednesday (1954-55 First Division)

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The match between Chelsea and Sheffield Wednesday on 23 April 1955 was the penultimate match of the 1954-55 season and resulted in a 3-0 victory to Chelsea. A brace from Eric Parsons, either side of a Peter Sillett penalty secured two points, and the result clinched the First Division title; the first time that the Blues had been English champions.

Match details

23 April 1955
Chelsea 3 - 0 Sheffield Wednesday Venue: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 51,421
Referee: William Ling
Parsons Goal 23', 75'
Sillett Goal 70' (pen)


1954-55 season
First Division:
Leicester (A)Burnley (H)Bolton (H)Burnley (A)Cardiff (H)Preston (H)Man City (A)Preston (A)Everton (H)
Sheff Utd (A)Newcastle (A)West Brom (H)Huddersfield (A)Man Utd (H)Blackpool (A)Charlton (H)Sunderland (A)
Tottenham (H)Sheff Wed (A)Portsmouth (H)Wolves (A)Aston Villa (H)Leicester (H)Arsenal (A)Arsenal (H)Bolton (A)
Man City (H)Everton (A)Newcastle (H)Notts County (A)Huddersfield (H)Aston Villa (A)West Brom (A)Blackpool (H)
Charlton (A)Cardiff (A)Sunderland (H)Tottenham (A)Sheff Utd (H)Wolves (H)Portsmouth (A)Sheff Wed (H)Man Utd (A)
FA Cup:
3rd Round: Walsall | 4th Round: Bristol Rovers | 5th Round: Notts County

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