Chelsea Champions League 2014/15 fixtures: Jose Mourinho's side start against Schalke 04
The Blues begin with the home tie
Friday 29 August 2014
Jose Mourinho's Chelsea begin their Champions League campaign with the visit of Bundesliga side Schalke 04 to Stamford Bridge in Group G.
The Blues, who won the competition in 2012, also take on Sporting Lisbon and NK Maribor in the group.
17 Sept - Schalke 04 (H)
30 Sept - Sporting Lisbon (A)
21 Oct - NK Maribor (H)
5 Nov - NK Maribor (A)
25 Nov - Schalke 04 (A)
10 Dec - Sporting Lisbon (H)
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