The premier league side has just launched a Liftshare scheme in order to reduce carbon emissions.
The scheme has certainly attracted the attention of fans, with tweets flying around Twitter and a number of sites blogging about it - which in addition to reducing travel costs aims to cut congestion and pollution generated by the West London club.
The scheme has been endorsed by Chelsea's environmental fans committee, which said: "We would urge fans driving to games to see if they can offer any lifts to Blues in their area. It can save money [and] bring fans together, as well as saving the environment.
"Together we can make a huge difference."
Chelsea, whose next away fixture in the league is against London rivals Arsenal on 29 November, has already shown its commitment to going green. The club was the first of the London teams to sign up to the Mayor of London's Green 500 carbon reduction scheme.
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