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  1. Get a look at Stamford Bridge
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Get a look at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea Uncut is a unique insight into the modern home

of England's Double winning champions - Chelsea.

This book takes you on a VIP behind the scenes journey into the places only a select few ever get to see or experience. It's packed with stunning photographs.

Be welcomed inside the dressing room with Carlo Ancelotti talking tactics and inspiring his team. Follow John Terry and the players from their arrival at the ground to the pre-match

preparations and walking down the tunnel and out onto the hallowed pitch.

Explore the corridors of power and the unseen nooks and crannies. Step into the players' lounge and directors' box. Experience the drama from the dugout and see the Bridge from a totally different perspective.

Meet the characters who have been part of the fabric of the club for years, witnessing the sun casting shadows and ever-changing light on the famous stands from all corners of the ground.

There are personal thoughts from the players themselves on what makes the Bridge so magical, and why there is no place like home.

From the matchday build-up to the last person to leave and the lights being switched off, this is a rare portrait of the club that every fan will cherish.

Chelsea Uncut presenta una perspectiva única de Stamford Bridge, casa del Chelsea. Todos los detalles alrededor del club y su estadio vienen incluidos en este libro.

Soccer has its roots in ancient games like Cuju, which was popular in China around 400 BC. As of December, 2007, FIFA has 208 member associations -which is 16 more than the United Nations. Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup, more than any other country in a single World Cup. Substitutions were allowed for the first time in the 1970 World Cup. The US Women have won the prestigious Algarve Cup tournament in Portugal five times as of 2007.