Football clubs are meant to be one big happy family, so how many siblings have played for Chelsea in the club’s history?

For all the superstar names to have graced the Stamford Bridge turf, only a select few have done so with their brother or brothers.

Eden, Thorgan and Kylian Hazard

Mention the name Hazard to any Chelsea and only face comes to mind.

But it shouldn’t be forgotten that two more of this family have also shared the Cobham training ground.

Thorgan arrived in the same summer as Eden, but could never emulate the heights of his sensational sibling.

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Chelsea U21’s Thorgan Hazard during a pre season friendly match between Kingstonian FC and Chelsea U21 at the Kingsmeadow Stadium on 11th August 2012 in Kingston Upon Thames, England (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Being the youngest of the Hazard trio must be difficult, something Kylian has had to endure all his life.

He joined Chelsea in 2017, played a handful of development matches, then moved back to Belgium with Cercle Brugge.  

Rio, Cole and Jay Dasilva

Luton Town’s eyes must’ve lit up when Chelsea signed not one, not two, but three young brothers who were on their books back in 2012.

Rio, Cole and Jay Dasilva all signed for the Blues just as they were entering their teenage years.

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Chelsea’s Jay DaSilva celebrates with the trophy (Photo by Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

None ever made it into the first team, with their footballing paths all going in different directions.

Jay moved to Bristol City in 2019, Cole plays for Leicester City U23s, whilst Rio plies his trade with non-league side Hitchin Town.


Charly, Tika and Lamisha Musonda

Another set of triplets to pledge their allegiances to Chelsea, the Musonda’s didn’t make waves in South West London.

Charly certainly had the most promise of the three, briefly breaking into Antonio Conte’s side, but spent majority of his time out on loan.

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PORTSMOUTH, ENGLAND – JANUARY 09: Charly Musonda Jr of Chelsea celebrates his goal during the U23 Checkatrade Trophy match between Portsmouth and Chelsea at Fratton Park on January 9, 2018 in Portsmouth, England. (Photo by Clive Howes/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

Tika and Lamisha both arrived in 2012 with their brother, although neither managed a sniff at senior action with the Blues.

Trevoh and Nathaniel Chalobah

The Chalobah’s have Chelsea blood in their veins. Nathaniel joined the Blues when he was 10, whilst Trevoh had been there since he was eight.

Like so many youth products to come before them, their career has mainly been spent away from the Bridge.

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FOXBOROUGH, MA – MAY 15: Chelsea FC midfielder Trevoh Chalobah (14) during the Final Whistle on Hate match between the New England Revolution and Chelsea Football Club on May 15, 2019, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Nathaniel went out on loan six times before he signed for Watford permanently in 2017.

Trevor is currently on his third, enjoying a good spell with Lorient in France.

Allan and Ron Harris

Harris holds so much weight where Chelsea is concerned.

Ron is arguably the Blues most infamous player, making more appearances than anyone in the club’s history.

Ron Harris Of England
English footballer Ron Harris of Chelsea pictured prior to playing for the England national under-18 football team in the final of the 1963 UEFA European Under-18 Championship match at White City Stadium in London on 23rd April 1963. England would go on to beat Northern Ireland 4-0 in the final to win the championship. (Photo by Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

However, he was not always alone in his achievements.

He played alongside his brother, Allan, across two separate spells. Unfortunately, they never won a piece of silverware together.  

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