Inspired by his near namesake English Corinthian, Corinthians, in over a hundred years of history, has never managed to beat a rival of England. There were only four matches, but still accumulates the team from a draw and three defeats.
At that time the London club made a tour of Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil, with two matches in Sao Paulo and two in Rio de Janeiro. Chelsea have not won any of those games. There were two draws and two defeats.
Chelsea did not have the same status today. Disputed second division and not totaled the title in the elite (now there are four), but his visit was exalted.
The football here lived the last years of amateurism (professionalism became official in 1933) and, although popular, still had much connection with the English colony.
Another game from Corinthians against England occurred in 1948, when faced Southampton and lost 2-1 at Pacaembu. Charles Miller kicked off.
The other two were fighting against Arsenal. First in 1949, when they lost 2-0 at Pacaembu. Then in 1965, when he was defeated by 2-0, in London, in the game that represented the Brazilian team Corinthians.