The club’s 2012/13 Young Player of the Year award has been won by Nathan Ake.
The annual ceremony, which is currently taking place in the Great Hall at Stamford Bridge, is being hosted by Ed Chamberlain and Vicky Gomersall from Sky Sports, with Ake taking the night’s second prize.
It’s been a season of progression for the young Dutchman, who is equally comfortable playing in the centre of defence or in a deep midfield role.
He made his debut for the first team as a late substitute in the Boxing Day win away at Norwich City, before playing the full 90 minutes in February’s FA Cup victory at Middlesbrough.
Ake, who has also featured for both the Under-21s and Under-18s over the course of the season, was then given his first taste of European action when he started our away game against Rubin Kazan in the Europa League.
The 18-year-old was an unused substitute in last night’s Europa League final win against Benfica.
Earlier in the night, Oscar won the Goal of the Season award for his second goal in the 2-2 Champions League draw against Juventus back in September.
Supporters were given the opportunity to register their vote on this website from a selection of 11 brilliant goals.
The Brazilian, making his first full start for the club, had opened the scoring moments earlier, and doubled our advantage with a sublime strike.
After taking an Ashley Cole pass in his stride, he eased away from two defenders with a deft touch, before bending a wonderful strike beyond the despairing dive of Gianluigi Buffon into the top corner of the net.
You can see a video of the players receiving their awards on the Chelsea TV section of this website.