Can Chelsea join the list of English champions?
The Blues take on Benfica in Amsterdam in the final
Wednesday 15 May 2013
Chelsea's meet Benfica in the Europa League final on May 15 where they will be bidding to become only the fourth club to win all of Uefa's top competitions.
The Blues won the Uefa Cup Winners' Cup in 1970/71 and 1997/98 and the Uefa Champions League last season. A win in Amsterdam would see them complete the set and join an illustrious club that comprises Juventus, Ajax and Bayern Munich.
Here we look at the other English clubs to have won the trophy, including its former incarnation as the Uefa Cup. Click HERE or 'VIEW GALLERY' to launch our guide...
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