2009–10 Chelsea F.C. Season - FA Cup

FA Cup

See also: 2009–10 FA Cup
Third round 3 January 2010 Chelsea 5 – 0 Watford London
15:00 GMT Sturridge 5', 68'
Eustace 15' (o.g.)
Malouda 22'
Belletti 41'
J. Cole 43'
Lampard 64'
Matić 83'
(Report) Lansbury 41'
Eustace 81'
Cleverley 86'
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 40,912
Referee: Kevin Friend
Fourth round 23 January 2010 Preston North End 0 – 2 Chelsea Preston
12:45 GMT Hart 24' (Report) Anelka 37'
Sturridge 47'
Stadium: Deepdale
Attendance: 23,119
Referee: Mike Dean
Fifth round 13 February 2010 Chelsea 4 – 1 Cardiff City London
12:00 GMT Drogba 2'
Alex 10'
Ballack 51'
Carvalho 61'
Sturridge 69'
Kalou 86'
(Report) Chopra 20' 34'
Gerrard 67'
Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 40,827
Referee: Andre Marriner
Quarter-final 7 March 2010 Chelsea 2 – 0 Stoke City London
16:00 GMT Lampard 35'
Terry 67' 86'
(Report) Stadium: Stamford Bridge
Attendance: 41,322
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Semi-final 10 April 2010 Aston Villa 0 – 3 Chelsea London
15:00 BST (Report) Deco 52'
Drogba 68'
Terry 75'
Mikel 84'
Malouda 89'
Lampard 90+5'
Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 85,472
Referee: Howard Webb
Final 15 May 2010 Chelsea 1 – 0 Portsmouth London
15:00 BST Drogba 59' (Report) Boateng 36'
Rocha 90+1'
Stadium: Wembley Stadium
Attendance: 88,335
Referee: Chris Foy

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