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Buy Chelsea tickets for the 2023–24 season with Football Ticket Pad today. Including all home matches at Stamford Bridge and away tickets to London derbies such as Fulham and West Ham. Whether you are after football tickets for Premier League games or domestic cup competitions such as the FA Cup, watch Chelsea games live at Stamford Bridge to witness their efforts in competing for a successful season.

Chelsea is one of the most illustrious football clubs in modern history. With an array of impressive silverware in their cabinet and an influx of fantastic young talent, Chelsea Football Club is one of the most exciting teams to watch live. Whether you are going with loved ones or by yourself, find your preferred Premier League tickets and domestic cup competition games, such as FA Cup tickets, with us today.

Located in the heart of South West London, the Stamford Bridge stadium is the home of Chelsea Football Club. This legendary stadium has a capacity of over 40,000, and there is an unmistakable atmosphere that the stadium generates due to the stands being so close to the pitch. Making it a fortress for Chelsea fans to intimidate the opposition.

Given Chelsea's performance last season, this means that they will not be competing in the Champions League for the 2023–24 season. Only time will tell how this season will play out and if they can compete for the Premier League title or obtain a top-4 spot. With this in mind, fans await with bated breath.

Football fans nationwide have the opportunity to see great games at either Stamford Bridge or by opting for away tickets by purchasing directly from Football Ticket Pad. Chelsea tickets can be purchased from our site with complete confidence, thanks to our unique football ticket guarantee.

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Chelsea Tickets

Number of home events listed 7
Mon
11th March
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Chelsea v Newcastle United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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17th March
12:45
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Chelsea v Leicester City
Stamford Bridge
FA Cup
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30th March
15:00
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Chelsea v Burnley
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Wed
03rd April
19:45
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Chelsea v Manchester United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Sat
13th April
15:00
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Chelsea v Everton
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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04th May
15:00
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Chelsea v West Ham United
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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19th May
16:00
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Chelsea v Bournemouth
Stamford Bridge
Premier League
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Chelsea Away tickets

Number of away events listed 5
Sat
06th April
15:00
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Sheffield United v Chelsea
Bramall Lane
Premier League
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20th April
15:00
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Brighton v Chelsea
Amex Stadium
Premier League
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27th April
15:00
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Aston Villa v Chelsea
Villa Park
Premier League
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11th May
15:00
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Nottingham Forest v Chelsea
The City Ground
Premier League
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Arsenal v Chelsea
Emirates Stadium
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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 southwest London, making it a perfect location if you wish to catch Chelsea FC tickets for a match in the capital.

    The ground at Chelsea Football Club has a capacity of over 40,000, and there is an unmistakable atmosphere generated at the bridge for Chelsea matches because 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.

    With the previous Stamford Bridge having an oval shape, the re-branding of the stadium looks extremely impressive, filling in the corners and meaning that there are no gaps within the stadium's infrastructure.

    A completely enclosed stadium makes for an excellent fan and tourist attraction on matchday. In commemoration of a former Chelsea Vice-Chairman, the North Stand was also named the ‘Matthew Harding Stand’ and holds some wonderful memories generated by a legend of the club.

    Their stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in English football 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. With vocal fans, this Stadium certainly looks to boost its capacity in years to come for the Chelsea faithful - making for incredible scenery and atmosphere.

    Do not miss out on this season's games with Football Ticket Pad, as we look forward to being the provider of this excellent experience you will encounter at Stamford Bridge.

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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 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 1900s. This is one of the most lively areas in the stadium to sit in, 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 just 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 Suite, 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 that are available at Stamford Bridge for every match of the season. Football Ticket Pad customers will then receive their Chelsea ticket before the match, before returning their season/members card 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 tickets, they 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 ticket 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 match tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment details.

    Customers then receive their CFC tickets 3–4 days before 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 Tickets Frequently Asked Questions:

    How much are Chelsea tickets?

    The price of Chelsea tickets is dependent on various factors. One such aspect is the competition you are interested in. For instance, if you have Carabao Cup (English League Cup) tickets for Chelsea, you can expect them to be significantly cheaper than Premier League fixtures.

    Another facet is the opposition that Chelsea is competing against. For example, a derby fixture or a top-six opponent will cost more than an opponent who is competing in a relegation battle. Where you want to be seated also plays an important role regarding the price of tickets for Chelsea matches.

    Regarding the prices, however, you can expect to pay anywhere between £70 and £500.

    Where is Stamford Bridge Stadium?

    Situated on Fulham Road, Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club, can be found facing behind Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, past the Brompton Cemetery. However, if you are travelling to the stadium by train, it is best to get off at Fulham Broadway station, where the famous stadium can be found to your right.

    Best yet, if you want to extend your trip to Chelsea, you can find accommodation next to the stadium by staying in the Millennium & Copthorne Hotel. Allowing you to experience Fulham and more of its amazing offerings.

    What is the capacity of Stamford Bridge?

    Chelsea Football Club has the eleventh largest stadium in the Premier League, with a capacity of over 40,000 fans to witness The Blues at one of the oldest and most respected football stadiums in world football.

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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 southwest London, making it a perfect location if you wish to catch Chelsea FC tickets for a match in the capital.

The ground at Chelsea Football Club has a capacity of over 40,000, and there is an unmistakable atmosphere generated at the bridge for Chelsea matches because 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.

With the previous Stamford Bridge having an oval shape, the re-branding of the stadium looks extremely impressive, filling in the corners and meaning that there are no gaps within the stadium's infrastructure.

A completely enclosed stadium makes for an excellent fan and tourist attraction on matchday. In commemoration of a former Chelsea Vice-Chairman, the North Stand was also named the ‘Matthew Harding Stand’ and holds some wonderful memories generated by a legend of the club.

Their stadium is one of the oldest football grounds in English football 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. With vocal fans, this Stadium certainly looks to boost its capacity in years to come for the Chelsea faithful - making for incredible scenery and atmosphere.

Do not miss out on this season's games with Football Ticket Pad, as we look forward to being the provider of this excellent experience you will encounter at Stamford Bridge.

Stamford Bridge Seating

Matthew Harding Stand / North Stand: This is a two-tiered stand located behind the goal in the North End of 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 1900s. This is one of the most lively areas in the stadium to sit in, 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 just 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 Suite, 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 that are available at Stamford Bridge for every match of the season. Football Ticket Pad customers will then receive their Chelsea ticket before the match, before returning their season/members card 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 tickets, they 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 ticket 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 match tickets are then sent out by post to the address provided in your payment details.

Customers then receive their CFC tickets 3–4 days before 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 Tickets Frequently Asked Questions:

How much are Chelsea tickets?

The price of Chelsea tickets is dependent on various factors. One such aspect is the competition you are interested in. For instance, if you have Carabao Cup (English League Cup) tickets for Chelsea, you can expect them to be significantly cheaper than Premier League fixtures.

Another facet is the opposition that Chelsea is competing against. For example, a derby fixture or a top-six opponent will cost more than an opponent who is competing in a relegation battle. Where you want to be seated also plays an important role regarding the price of tickets for Chelsea matches.

Regarding the prices, however, you can expect to pay anywhere between £70 and £500.

Where is Stamford Bridge Stadium?

Situated on Fulham Road, Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club, can be found facing behind Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, past the Brompton Cemetery. However, if you are travelling to the stadium by train, it is best to get off at Fulham Broadway station, where the famous stadium can be found to your right.

Best yet, if you want to extend your trip to Chelsea, you can find accommodation next to the stadium by staying in the Millennium & Copthorne Hotel. Allowing you to experience Fulham and more of its amazing offerings.

What is the capacity of Stamford Bridge?

Chelsea Football Club has the eleventh largest stadium in the Premier League, with a capacity of over 40,000 fans to witness The Blues at one of the oldest and most respected football stadiums in world football.

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