From the club

Tickets for every Premier League game at Stamford Bridge are released 42 days prior to the date of the fixture.

The release date for cup fixtures varies - depending on how son after the draw a match is.

For the first week, tickets will only be on sale to club members - and even then members can only buy one ticket at a time.

In the second week, sale opens up for season ticket holders to purchase any extra tickets they might need - and club members are also allowed to keep buying tickets.

At this stage, the tickets are limited to three per person.

In the third week, if there are any tickets left, then they go on general sale - with a limit set of four per person.

Ticket exchange

If you've missed out on a ticket - then it could still be possible to pick one up via the ticket exchange.

This allows fans who can't make it to a game to sell their ticket to another club member.

Tickets can be listed up to six weeks prior to a fixture - and tickets purchased via the exchange will either be posted out or held at the ticket office for you to collect.

Thomas Cook

Official club partner Thomas Cook also provide match tickets as part of breaks that they provide in London.

This option could be perfect if you are travelling from outside the capital - and you can find those options here.


It is also possible to find some Chelsea tickets on the likes of Viagogo and StubHub.

Hospitality tickets as well as normal match tickets are available on Viagogo, which can be found here.


For games that are sold out, LiveFootballTickets is often a good port of call.

I'm a fan of the away team. Where do I sit and how do I get tickets?

The away section at Stamford Bridge is on one side of the Shed End which holds around 3,000 supporters.

To obtain tickets you would have to go through your club and would generally have had to accumulate credits over the course of time. Once again as an alternative, however, you can look for tickets labelled **Away Secton** in the upcoming game on LiveFootballTickets.

Chelsea also have a handy Visiting Guide that you can view in pdf form here.

Where can I book a stadium tour?

Prices start at £22 for a Stamford Bridge tour and museum entrance ticket. They are available from TripAdvisor who also sell bespoke hospitality packages for upcoming fixtures through this link.