Chelsea FC organized on Sunday a collective Iftar in which hundreds of Muslims participated inside its stadium "Stamford Bridge" in the British capital, London, in cooperation with the "Ramadan Tent" project, which represents a charitable organization.

The Blues stronghold witnessed the first call to prayer before the start of the collective iftar.

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Chelsea announced – through its official website – that attendance will be through a special invitation so that breakfast is organized in the best conditions while ensuring the safety of attendees.

The "Blues" said at the beginning of this month in a statement published on its website that it is hosting an open breakfast on Sunday, the 26th of this month.

Chelsea published through his official account on Twitter, on Monday, a video clip in which his players Senegalese Muslims Khalido Coulibaly and Frenchman Wesley Fofana talk about this first step of its kind in the history of the club and the Premier League.

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Chelsea have a number of Muslim players among their ranks, most notably Moroccan star Hakim Ziyech, Frenchman N'Golo Kante, Koulibaly and Fofana.

"We are delighted to announce that we are hosting an open Iftar in partnership with the Ramadan Tent Project, and we will be the first Premier League club to host an Iftar at its stadium, and we look forward to welcoming our local Muslim community," he wrote on the video.

The Ramadan Tent is an award-winning charity founded in 2013 to bring communities together and develop the concept of Ramadan.