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The Blues have partnered a charity that aims to improve the lives of poverty stricken children for seven years and will wear the organization's title on their shirts on Saturday.

Chelsea will display the name of the ‘Right to Play’ charity on the back of shirts during the Champions League final against Bayern Munich on Saturday.

The west London club has partnered with the organization for seven years and has exhibited the charity’s name on the backs of its shirts in every game of the run to the final.

The charity aims to improve the lives of poverty stricken children all over the world by using sport to help them build essential skills with many of the communities targeted being affected by war, poverty and disease.

Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien has been to visit some of the communities in his native Ghana which have been supported by the organization.

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