Blues stars gave out smiles, gifts and even signed shirts on their visit to surprise ill kids
CHELSEA stars spent their Thursday night spreading Christmas cheer to ill children at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
The Blues squad, including boss Antonio Conte, visited the West London hospital to give out gifts and signed shirts to sick youngsters.Antonio Conte took his Chelsea stars to the local hospital to bring some Christmas cheer to sick children The star-studded Chelsea squad brought presents including signed shirts to give out to the youngsters
As well as visiting some kids bedside, the Chelsea stars even joined in on the children’s party later in the evening.
Amongst the famous faces were Eden Hazard, Michy Batshuayi, Pedro, David Luiz, Thibaut Courtois and Cesc Fabregas… but it appears the entire squad made the trip to cheer up the youngsters.
In the heart-warming images, the kids beamed for the camera as they posed alongside their local heroes.
Chelsea’s trip came under two days before their short of their short journey to East London to take on West Ham on Saturday.Antonio Conte and his Chelsea squad put smiles on the faces of the ill children at Westminster and Chelsea Hospital Michy Batshuayi was one Chelsea player to get stuck into the Christmas party for the kids It seemed as if the entire Chelsea squad had given their Thursday night to visit the hospital
The Blues look to close the gap on Manchester City and Manchester United – who play each other this weekend – at the London Stadium.
Reigning champions Chelsea will be hoping for domestic success once more this season… as they face a horror draw in Europe.
He said: “With five [English] teams to go through to the next round means the level of this league is very high. Don’t forget here this season is very tough.Pedro gave out a signed Chelsea shirt to one of the youngsters at the hospital during the visit on Thursday Brazilian duo David Luiz and Willian were also present for the visit on Thursday night to Westminster and Chelsea Hospital Chelsea took their entire first-team squad to hospital to bring some Christmas cheer to sick children Alvaro Morata brought presents for the youngsters during the hospital visit on Thursday evening
“You have to play a lot of games, but when you arrive at the final stage to play for quarter-finals, semi-finals, the English teams have a lot of games in their legs.
“For this reason I think it could be problematic to win [the Champions League].
“It’s not a problem. We are Chelsea. We can face any team. We know PSG and Barcelona, they are very good.
“But we are Chelsea and we have to be ready for everything. We can do everything.”Chelsea players visited the Westminster and Chelsea Hospital on Thursday to bring some Christmas cheer to the ill kids