Every trophy Chelsea have won under Roman Abramovich’s reign amid Russian’s expected exit

A look at all 21 of the trophies Chelsea have won under Roman Abramovich amid the Russian’s expected exit.

Roman Abramovich’s time at Chelsea is set to come to an end, but his spell at West London will be looked upon as a very successful one.

Abramovich announced on Wednesday that he is walking away from Chelsea amid criticism over his close relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Putin is leading an invasion of Ukraine, reportedly leading to thousands of deaths, and the West has placed huge sanctions on Russia as a result.

It is a tense time for Europe, and indeed the world, and Abramovich is walking away before the heat gets too intense, reportedly hoping to raise around £3billion.

The Russian billionaire has been with Chelsea since 2003, and since then he has completely changed the club’s fortunes.

But what have the Blues won altogether under his reign? Here’s a look back on the success Chelsea have achieved under Abramovich.

League Cup (2004/05)

Chelsea won their first title under Abramovich in early 2005, defeating Liverpool in an entertaining final in Cardiff.

John Terry shone as Chelsea won 3-2 in extra-time thanks to a Mateja Kežman winner.

Premier League (2004/05)

The first Premier League title was likely the best Chelsea won, snapping up their first top-division title since 1995.

The Blues lost just one game that season under Jose Mourinho and they were a dominant force.

Community Shield 2005

Mourinho added a Community Shield to his haul in 2005, with Chelsea defeating Arsenal 2-1 in the final, with Drogba scoring twice.

History would repeat itself in another final shortly after.

Premier League 2005/06

The Blues weren’t quite as perfect in their second season under Jose Mourinho, but they did manage to successfully defend their title.

Chelsea won the lead by eight points in the end, winning 29 of their 38 games.

League Cup 2006/07

Chelsea’s next Abramovich title came in 2007 after a 2-1 comeback win over Arsenal in Cardiff, with Didier Drogba scoring both goals.

FA Cup 2006/07

It was a cup double in the 2007/07 season, with the first FA Cup final in the new Wembley Stadium going the way of the Blues.

Drogba’s extra-time winner will go down as an iconic moment in Chelsea history,

FA Cup 2008/09

Chelsea were FA Cup winners again after a short trophy drought, defeating Everton 2-1 thanks to goals from Drogba and Frank Lampard.

It was another comeback win for the Blues after Louis Saha’s first minute opener.

Community Shield 2009

Chelsea silenced the ghosts of 2007 when they won the Community Shield in 2009, winning on penalties having lost the same way in the same competition against Manchester United two years earlier.

Premier League 2009/10

The Premier League title returned in 2010 under Carlo Ancelotti.

The Blues scored 103 goals that season and won the league by one point, just ahead of Manchester United.

An 8-0 win over Wigan on the final day sealed the deal.

FA Cup 2009/10

As well as claiming the Premier League title, Chelsea managed to defend their FA Cup title under Ancelotti.

They defeated 2008 winners Portsmouth in the final thanks to Drogba’s strike just before the hour-mark.

FA Cup 2011/12

The FA Cup again returned to Stamford Bridge in 2012 when Chelsea defeated Liverpool at Wembley.

Ramires and Drogba were on target as the Blues defeated Liverpool 2-1 under Roberto di Matteo.

Champions League 2011/12

One of the titles Abramovich will most closely value is Chelsea’s first ever Champions League triumph.

After devastation in 2008 in Moscow, the Blues defeated Bayern Munich under Di Matteo.

Drogba’s late header took the game to extra-time, and he also stroked home the winning penalty in Munich.

A historic moment as Chelsea became the first London club to achieve the feat.

Europa League 20012/13

The Blues dropped out of the Champions League at the group stage after winning the competition, but they went on to win the Europa League.

Fernando Torres and Branislav Ivanovic secured the win over Benfica in Amsterdam.

League Cup 2014/15

Chelsea’s last League Cup triumph came in 2015 when John Terry and Diego Costa saw off Tottenham in the final.

Premier League 2014/15

Mourinho’s return brought two more trophies, with Chelsea winning the Premier League once more.

The Blues won the league by eight points, losing just three times.

Premier League 2016/17

The Blues made it a double in 2016/17, working under Antonio Conte.

Conte’s men won the league title by seven points, impressing with their back five system.

FA Cup 2017/18

Another FA Cup title arrived in 2017 after a six year stretch without winning the competition.

Eden Hazard fired home a penalty to see off Manchester United.

Europa League 2018/19

Chelsea came out on top in an all-London Europa League final in 201, defeating Arsenal in Baku.

Olivier Giroud, Pedro and Hazard were all on target as Maurizio Sarri defeated Mr Europa League himself in Unai Emery.

Champions League 2020/21

The Champions League returned to West London in 2021 when Thomas Tuchel’s men defeated Premier League champions Manchester City in Porto.

Kai Havertz scored the all-important goal as Chelsea secured their second Champions League title.

UEFA Super Cup 2021

The Blues needed some luck to secure the Super Cup, defeating Villarreal in Belfast but only after a penalty shootout, with a 1-1 draw playing out in normal time.

Club World Cup 2021

The Blues won their first ever Club World Cup in late 2021, and this trophy will be the final under Abramovich.

Tuchel’s men defeated Palmeiras 2-1 in the final thanks to goals from Romelu Lukaku and Havertz.