Chelsea are scheduled to partake in a friendly against MLS side New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium on the 15th of May. According to media reports the game has been titled Final Whistle On Hate and is part of the Say No Antisemitism campaign run by the London club.
Tickets for the game would go on sale from the 15th of March and the proceeds would be donated towards raising funds for projects focused on promoting equality and tolerance. Both clubs are owned by Men with a Jewish background and it has been announced that Roman Abramovich and Robert Kraft would donate $1 billion to the campaign.
Chelsea have confirmed that the game would go on even if the club qualifies for the Europa League final. The Blues have enjoyed a good week without any scandals after defeating Tottenham and Fulham in quick succession.
Maurizio Sarri has been able to deal with the Kepa situation well with the young stopper putting a man of the match display away at Fulham. Jorginho has also come through criticism with three consecutive top class performances in the midfield. He capped it off with his first goal for the Blues from open play which turned out to be the winner at Fulham.
These performances have seen the club on course for to maintain a top 4 challenge alongside Manchester United and Arsenal. The club would be banking on the performances of star man Eden Hazard as the club moves into the business end of the season.
Chelsea currently lies 6th on the EPL table two points off Manchester United in 4th with a game in hand.