When it comes to representing England on the world stage Chelsea are some way behind other English clubs.
With Roy Hodgson announcing his Euro 2016 squad this week Get West London have taken a look back through the records to see how many times the club’s players have represented England at major tournaments.
Chelsea players have been included in England World Cup and European Championship squads 29 times over the years.
Manchester United lead the way with their players having been included 59 times, while Liverpool’s players 58 times.
Tottenham have the next highest total with 46.
Chelsea stars to have been to the most international tournaments with England
They’re followed by Arsenal (33), Chelsea (29), Everton (26) and West Ham (20).
John Terry and Frank Lampard have been the club’s biggest England representatives.
Both went to four major tournaments with the Three Lions while at Chelsea.
Terry went to Euro 2004, the 2006 World Cup, the 2010 World Cup and the 2012 European Championships. Lampard missed out on Euro 2012 but did make it into the 2014 World Cup squad.
Joe Cole made it to three tournaments when he was at Chelsea, while Wayne Bridge, Tony Dorigo, Peter Bonetti and Ashley Cole made it to two each.