The Blues won 5-4 on penalties after the final had ended 2-2 following extra-time against League One promotion rivals Sunderland at Wembley. Huge numbers of supporters from both teams descended on the national stadium, with the official attendance 85,021. Check out how that rated in terms of numbers at some of the biggest grounds across Europe this weekend.
The La Liga meeting at the Nou Camp was the highest attended fixture across Europe this weekend. Lionel Messi and co beat Espanyol 2-0 and 92,795 spectators witnessed the victory.
The 85,021 fans in attendance at Wembley for the Checkatrade Trophy final made it the highest attended football fixture in Britain over the weekend. It also set a new record for supporters at a match in the competition.
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Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund are famed for attracting large crowds at their Signal Iduna Park home. This weekend was no exception with 81,365 in attendance for the 2-0 victory over Wolfsburg.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer won his first game in permanent charge of Man United 2-0 against Watford. There were 74,543 in the stands at Old Trafford to watch the win - making it the highest attended British league match this weekend.
The eagerly anticipated Old Firm derby was watched by 58,731. Neil Lennon's Celtic ran out 2-1 winners over ten-man Rangers to edge ever closer to lifting the Scottish Premiership title.
This Portuguese Primeira Liga tussle was the sixth highest attended clash in Europe over the weekend. Benfica's Estdio Sport Lisboa stadium attracted 56,594 supporters as they edged Tondela 1-0.
Ex-Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli struck twice in Marseille's 2-2 with Angers. The Ligue 1 encounter attracted the largest attendance in the division across the weekend - 53,507.
This was the top attended Dutch Eredivise match across the weekend. Ajax ran out 3-1 winners over PSV Eindhoven at the Amsterdam Arena in front of 52,669.
Real Madrid required a late Karim Benzema strike to edge out SD Huesca 3-1 at the Bernabu. But there were only 49,269 in the stadium to see Zinedine Zidane's men pick up three more points in La Liga
Juventus moved 13 points at the top of Serie A following their 1-0 win over Empoli. The clash was the highest attended in the division over the weekend. Yet it was only the tenth largest across Europe