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Buy football tickets to watch Chelsea in the Premier League and all cup competitions with great deals available on all Chelsea tickets this season at Football Ticket Pad. Chelsea are one of the most popular tickets on our site with tickets for all of their matches, including cup competitions and away matches. 

Chelsea are one of the richest clubs in the Premier League and have invested money in purchasing some of the best footballers in the world. Chelsea will be looking to add more silverware this season and are sure to challenge on all fronts. The most exclusive tickets to title deciding games will be available right here at Football Ticket Pad.

Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club is situated in the heart of affluent South West London so is perfect if you want to catch a game in the capital. The ground has a capacity of over 40,000 and there is an unmistakable atmosphere generated at the bridge because of the fact that the stands at the ground are in very close proximity to the pitch. In many ways Stamford Bridge is reminiscent of the way football used to be and offers a chance to see the world’s best footballers in a reasonably intimate venue.

As well as selling Chelsea football tickets for their games in the Premier League we also have a range of Chelsea Champions league tickets for their games at Stamford Bridge and also for away games on the continent. Football fans nationwide have the opportunity to see great games at Stamford Bridge week in, week out by buying tickets straight from Football Ticket Pad. Chelsea tickets can be purchased from our site with complete confidence thanks to our unique football ticket guarantee. A selection of Chelsea tickets for away games is also available and Chelsea football fans should make Football Ticket Pad their one stop shop for genuine Chelsea FC tickets. Our range of Hospitality CFC tickets and executive Chelsea tickets sell almost instantaneously so be sure to keep an eye out for these when they appear!

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Chelsea Home tickets

Number of home events listed 20
Sun
22nd September
16:30
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Chelsea v Liverpool
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Wed
25th September
19:45
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Chelsea v Grimsby
Stamford Bridge
Carabao Cup
View Fixture
Sat
28th September
15:00
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Chelsea v Brighton
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Sat
19th October
15:00
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Chelsea v Newcastle United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Tue
05th November
20:00
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Chelsea v Ajax
Stamford Bridge
Champions League
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Sat
09th November
15:00
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Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Sat
30th November
15:00
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Chelsea v West Ham United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Wed
04th December
19:45
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Chelsea v Aston Villa
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Tue
10th December
20:00
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Chelsea v Lille
Stamford Bridge
Champions League
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Sat
14th December
15:00
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Chelsea v Bournemouth
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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26th December
15:00
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Chelsea v Southampton
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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11th January
15:00
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Chelsea v Burnley
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Wed
22nd January
19:45
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Chelsea v Arsenal
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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08th February
15:00
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Chelsea v Manchester United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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22nd February
15:00
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Chelsea v Tottenham
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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07th March
15:00
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Chelsea v Everton
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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21st March
15:00
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Chelsea v Manchester City
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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11th April
15:00
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Chelsea v Watford
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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02nd May
15:00
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Chelsea v Norwich City
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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17th May
15:00
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Chelsea v Wolves
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Chelsea Away tickets

Number of away events listed 19
Wed
02nd October
20:00
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Lille v Chelsea
Stade Pierre Mauroy
Champions League
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Sun
06th October
14:00
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Southampton v Chelsea
Saint Mary's
Premier League
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Wed
23rd October
17:55
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Ajax v Chelsea
Amsterdam Arena
Champions League
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from £588.24
Sat
26th October
17:30
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Burnley v Chelsea
Turf Moor
Premier League
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Sat
02nd November
17:30
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Watford v Chelsea
Vicarage Road
Premier League
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Sat
23rd November
17:30
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Manchester City v Chelsea
The Etihad Stadium
Premier League
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Wed
27th November
17:55
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Valencia v Chelsea
Mestalla
Champions League
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Sat
07th December
15:00
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Everton v Chelsea
Goodison Park
Premier League
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21st December
15:00
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Tottenham v Chelsea
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Premier League
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Sat
28th December
15:00
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Arsenal v Chelsea
The Emirates
Premier League
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Sat
18th January
15:00
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Newcastle United v Chelsea
St James' Park
Premier League
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Sat
01st February
15:00
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Leicester City v Chelsea
King Power Stadium
Premier League
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Sun
01st March
15:00
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Bournemouth v Chelsea
Dean Court
Premier League
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14th March
15:00
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Aston Villa v Chelsea
Villa Park
Premier League
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04th April
15:00
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West Ham United v Chelsea
Olympic Stadium
Premier League
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18th April
15:00
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Crystal Palace v Chelsea
Selhurst Park
Premier League
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25th April
15:00
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Sheffield United v Chelsea
Bramall Lane
Premier League
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Sat
09th May
15:00
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Liverpool v Chelsea
Anfield
Premier League
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Brighton v Chelsea
Amex Stadium
Premier League
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Stadium and Ticket Information

  • Chelsea: Stamford Bridge Stadium Guide

    Stamford Bridge is the home of Chelsea Football Club and is situated in the heart of affluent South West London, making it a perfect location if you wish to catch Chelsea FC tickets for a match in the capital.

    The ground has a capacity of over 40,000 and there is an unmistakable atmosphere generated at the bridge because of the fact that the stands at the ground are in very close proximity to the pitch. In many ways, Stamford Bridge is reminiscent of the way football used to be and offers a chance to see the world’s best footballers in a reasonably intimate venue with Chelsea tickets from Football Ticket Pad.

    Their stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in England and has been their home ever since the club was founded in 1905, making Chelsea FC tickets a real treat for any Blues fan visiting London.

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  • Stamford Bridge Seating

    Matthew Harding Stand / North Stand: This is a two tiered stand located behind the goal in the North End of the Stamford Bridge. This is where the majority of Chelsea season ticket holders are seated and where Chelsea season/members cards are hosted.

    The Matthew Harding Stand was named after the former club director whose investment transformed the club in the early 1900’s. This is one of the most lively areas in the stadium to sit, especially in the lower tier. Fans can buy both Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets for this section of the ground. The club museum and Chelsea Health Club and Spa can be found adjacent to the stand.

    East Stand: This is the Main Stand at Stamford Bridge and is made up of three tiers. The players tunnel, dugout and Press Box are all housed in this part of the stadium with the middle tier providing Executive Boxes and Club Suites for Chelsea ticket holders. A family section can also be found in the lower tier of the East Stand.

    When the stand was built in 1905 it was the only stand that was built with a roof. The East Stand was then demolished and rebuilt in 1973 where it now holds around 11,000 Chelsea supporters.

    Shed End / South Stand: This is the smallest stand in the stadium holding little over 6,000 fans. Despite its size it is one of the loudest parts of the stadium and houses around 3,000 fans in the away section in the corner towards the East Stand. Shortside Upper tickets are widely regarded as some of the best seats in Stamford Bridge in terms of both noise and view.

    West Stand: This is the largest and most recent stand at Stamford Bridge after it was fully refurbished in 2001 to hold over 13,000 fans over three tiers. The middle tier of the West Stand is designated entirely to Executive Boxes, known as the Millennium Suites - all of which are named after former Chelsea players. There are six suites in this stand which also include the Clarke Suite, Drakes and Tambling Suite.

    On matchday, ticket holders can visit the Peter Osgood statue outside the East Stand in memory of the former striker who was known as ‘The King of Stamford Bridge.’

     

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  • Chelsea Ticket Types

    Season / Members Cards: These Chelsea tickets are reserved seats which are available at Stamford Bridge for every match of the season. Football Ticket Pad customers will then receive their Chelsea ticket prior to the match, before returning their season/members card back in a pre-paid envelope after the game.

    Chelsea Season / Members cards are available in various parts of the stadium and fans can see the available ticket types when browsing their intended Chelsea ticket page. Once customers get their ticket they then scan their season/members card at the turnstile when gaining entry to the stadium.

    E-tickets: Chelsea tickets always come in the form of either paper tickets or season cards unfortunately there are no eticket options available at Stamford Bridge.

    Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way to receive your official Chelsea FC matchday tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment details. Customers then receive their CFC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and they will be notified by email once their tickets have been dispatched. Chelsea ticket holders can then gain entry to Stamford Bridge with their paper ticket at the turnstile.

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  • Chelsea FC: Last Season

    It was a dissapointing season for reigning league champions as Chelsea finished in fifth place in the Premier League. However an FA Cup triumph gave fans with Chelsa tickets something to cheer at the end of the season.

    The 2-1 win over Tottenham at Wembley back in August was a reminder of how they became champions last season as Eden Hazard and Co showed dashes of their best form. However, it was not regular enough as Chelsea's inconsistent form cost them dear. A 3-0 loss at home to Bournemouth in January was the start of the run which ultimately cost them a place in the top four.

    Chelsea's Premier League title defence looked doomed from the start, as they opened the campaign with a chaotic 3-2 loss at home to Burnley in which Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were both sent off. Antonio Conte's side appeared weakened by the departures of Nemanja Matic and Diego Costa, with new signings struggling to make an impact, and their form deteriorated in the second half of the season. At one point, there was a run of five losses from seven Premier League games. A late surge put them within touching distance of the top four, but their hopes collapsed with their 3-0 loss to Newcastle on the final day of the season. The FA Cup Final proved to be Conte's final game in charge at Stamford Bridge and they will look forward to next season with a sense of optimism under new management. 

     

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Chelsea: Stamford Bridge Stadium Guide

Stamford Bridge is the home of Chelsea Football Club and is situated in the heart of affluent South West London, making it a perfect location if you wish to catch Chelsea FC tickets for a match in the capital.

The ground has a capacity of over 40,000 and there is an unmistakable atmosphere generated at the bridge because of the fact that the stands at the ground are in very close proximity to the pitch. In many ways, Stamford Bridge is reminiscent of the way football used to be and offers a chance to see the world’s best footballers in a reasonably intimate venue with Chelsea tickets from Football Ticket Pad.

Their stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in England and has been their home ever since the club was founded in 1905, making Chelsea FC tickets a real treat for any Blues fan visiting London.

Stamford Bridge Seating

Matthew Harding Stand / North Stand: This is a two tiered stand located behind the goal in the North End of the Stamford Bridge. This is where the majority of Chelsea season ticket holders are seated and where Chelsea season/members cards are hosted.

The Matthew Harding Stand was named after the former club director whose investment transformed the club in the early 1900’s. This is one of the most lively areas in the stadium to sit, especially in the lower tier. Fans can buy both Shortside Upper and Shortside Lower tickets for this section of the ground. The club museum and Chelsea Health Club and Spa can be found adjacent to the stand.

East Stand: This is the Main Stand at Stamford Bridge and is made up of three tiers. The players tunnel, dugout and Press Box are all housed in this part of the stadium with the middle tier providing Executive Boxes and Club Suites for Chelsea ticket holders. A family section can also be found in the lower tier of the East Stand.

When the stand was built in 1905 it was the only stand that was built with a roof. The East Stand was then demolished and rebuilt in 1973 where it now holds around 11,000 Chelsea supporters.

Shed End / South Stand: This is the smallest stand in the stadium holding little over 6,000 fans. Despite its size it is one of the loudest parts of the stadium and houses around 3,000 fans in the away section in the corner towards the East Stand. Shortside Upper tickets are widely regarded as some of the best seats in Stamford Bridge in terms of both noise and view.

West Stand: This is the largest and most recent stand at Stamford Bridge after it was fully refurbished in 2001 to hold over 13,000 fans over three tiers. The middle tier of the West Stand is designated entirely to Executive Boxes, known as the Millennium Suites - all of which are named after former Chelsea players. There are six suites in this stand which also include the Clarke Suite, Drakes and Tambling Suite.

On matchday, ticket holders can visit the Peter Osgood statue outside the East Stand in memory of the former striker who was known as ‘The King of Stamford Bridge.’

 

Chelsea Ticket Types

Season / Members Cards: These Chelsea tickets are reserved seats which are available at Stamford Bridge for every match of the season. Football Ticket Pad customers will then receive their Chelsea ticket prior to the match, before returning their season/members card back in a pre-paid envelope after the game.

Chelsea Season / Members cards are available in various parts of the stadium and fans can see the available ticket types when browsing their intended Chelsea ticket page. Once customers get their ticket they then scan their season/members card at the turnstile when gaining entry to the stadium.

E-tickets: Chelsea tickets always come in the form of either paper tickets or season cards unfortunately there are no eticket options available at Stamford Bridge.

Paper tickets: This is the more traditional way to receive your official Chelsea FC matchday tickets. Once your payment has been confirmed on Football Ticket Pad your tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment details. Customers then receive their CFC tickets 3-4 days prior to the match and they will be notified by email once their tickets have been dispatched. Chelsea ticket holders can then gain entry to Stamford Bridge with their paper ticket at the turnstile.

Chelsea FC: Last Season

It was a dissapointing season for reigning league champions as Chelsea finished in fifth place in the Premier League. However an FA Cup triumph gave fans with Chelsa tickets something to cheer at the end of the season.

The 2-1 win over Tottenham at Wembley back in August was a reminder of how they became champions last season as Eden Hazard and Co showed dashes of their best form. However, it was not regular enough as Chelsea's inconsistent form cost them dear. A 3-0 loss at home to Bournemouth in January was the start of the run which ultimately cost them a place in the top four.

Chelsea's Premier League title defence looked doomed from the start, as they opened the campaign with a chaotic 3-2 loss at home to Burnley in which Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were both sent off. Antonio Conte's side appeared weakened by the departures of Nemanja Matic and Diego Costa, with new signings struggling to make an impact, and their form deteriorated in the second half of the season. At one point, there was a run of five losses from seven Premier League games. A late surge put them within touching distance of the top four, but their hopes collapsed with their 3-0 loss to Newcastle on the final day of the season. The FA Cup Final proved to be Conte's final game in charge at Stamford Bridge and they will look forward to next season with a sense of optimism under new management. 

 

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