Constructed in early 2012 and originally situated on Chelsea FC Blog, the Podding Shed is a podcast in which toilers on the allotment of life Tony, Donal and guests discuss all things Chelsea Football Club.

You can read more about the toilers here.

Why the ‘Podding Shed’?

podcast – definition


A digital audio file made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or portable media player, typically available as a series, new instalments of which can be received by subscribers automatically. The method of publishing files that can be used in this way is called podcasting.

Shed End – definition


The Shed End is a stand located along the south side of Chelsea FC’s stadium, Stamford Bridge. In 1930, a new terrace was built on the south side, for more standing spectators. It was originally known as the Fulham Road End, but supporters nicknamed it ‘The Shed’ and this led the club to officially change its name. It became the most favoured spot for the loudest and most die-hard support, until the terrace was demolished in 1994, when all-seater stadia became compulsory by law as a safety measure in light of the Taylor Report following the Hillsborough disaster. The seated stand which replaced it is still known as the Shed End.

potting shed – definition


A shed in which you keep things used on the allotment.


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