Away fans will pay no more than £30 for a match ticket for the next three seasons under new rules announced on Wednesday by the Premier League, while Chelsea have also frozen ticket prices for next season.
Following a meeting of the 20 member clubs in February, it was decided more needed to be done to help travelling supporters, who face increased costs to attend matches across the country, but also help make a unique atmosphere.
The new measures will replace the Away Supporters' Initiative, which was introduced in 2013 and saw clubs individually implement a range of measures, including travel subsidies, reciprocal pricing and reduced admissions as well as improved facilities.
The £30 cap will run from the start of the 2016/17 campaign through to 2018/19, a period which will see the Premier League clubs receive record revenue (£5.14 billion) from broadcasting deals.
"Clubs know that away fans have a unique status. They are essential for match atmosphere and stimulate the response from home fans that distinguishes Barclays Premier League matches from those of other leagues," a statement from the Premier League read.
"Away fans have additional travel costs and pay individual match prices, as season ticket and other discounts are not available to them and the responsibility for them is shared between clubs and therefore it is right that there is a collective initiative to help them."
It is believed that Chelsea fans will save almost £300, given the Blues are normally given the highest pricing category by the host club and the club are going to continue to subsidise away travel.
The Blues have also announced all season ticket and individual match ticket prices for home fans next season will remain frozen at 2011/12 levels.
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Chairman Bruce Buck said: "First of all I want to thank our fans for their outstanding loyalty and undiminished support despite some difficult times this season. You have continued to attend in large numbers to back the team and it never goes unnoticed or unappreciated by the players, staff and the owner.
"Match ticket prices is one of the subjects the club discusses most frequently with our fans, especially at the Fans’ Forum and with supporter organisations, which is why we keep our pricing structure and ticket policies under constant review.
"I’m glad to report there will once again be no change when it comes to home fan ticket prices at Stamford Bridge, as has been the case nine times over the past 11 seasons. It is also good to see the extending of our junior price category to cover all teenagers has proved a success, helping to ensure a strong base to our future support.
"While fans attending home games have a price freeze, those following the team away next season have increased help with the costs of doing so and the club fully supports the new Premier League price cap for away tickets.
"The backing the team receives from our supporters up and down the land is unwavering, both in numbers attending and noise made.
"We have been able to help with the cost of travel and away tickets in recent seasons, as we are for this weekend’s FA Cup game at Everton. I am pleased from next season onwards on top of the £30 away ticket cap, the club will continue to provide financial assistance for travelling Blues. You deserve it and we hope you will find it beneficial."