Chelsea touch down in the United States ahead of charity match

Maurizio Sarri's squad arrived in Boston for the friendly match against New England Revolution, a game to promote equality and tolerance through sport.

Eden Hazard and César Azpilicueta before traveling to the United States to face New England Revolution

Chelsea travelled to the United States with a 23-man squad and touched down in Massachusetts ahead of the friendly match against New England Revolution. The Blues are in Boston for the 'Final Whistle on Hate' match that will take place on Wednesday night, a game that seeks to promote equality and tolerance through sports.

Sarri's not too happy about the timing of this trip to the States with the Europa League final looming. Chelsea meet Arsenal in Baku on 29 May but Sarri has taken a strong squad for this week's friendly - including Chelsea Player's Player of the Year, Eden Hazard. Five members of the youth team have also made the trip - Armando Broja, Jordan Aina, Dynel Simeu, Sam McClelland, Jake Askew and George Nunn.

Chelsea's first training session

The Blues trained at the Ivy League University and and held a meet and greet session with fans at Harvard University. Wednesday's game kicks off at 20:10 hours local time (03:10 CEST) at the Gillette stadium.

The full Chelsea squad

Kepa Arrizabalaga, Willy Caballero, Rob Green, Marcos Alonso, Jorginho, Ross Barkley, Gonzalo Higuain, Eden Hazard, Pedro, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovacic, Olivier Giroud, Davide Zappacosta, Willian, Andreas Christensen, Cesar Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Emerson Palmieri, Marc Guehi, Reece James, Ike Ugbo, Trevoh Chalobah, Conor Gallagher.