Chelsea Tickets

Looking to see some of the most exciting English Premier League matches? Look no further! Here at Ticketbis, we have all the best Chelsea F.C. tickets, so you need never miss a match again! As one of the most successful English clubs, Chelsea can boast 4 league-titles, 7 FA Cups, 4 League Cups, as well as a Europa League and a Champions League title, despite being a relatively young club in comparison to other Premier League giants. Chelsea games tickets are always high in demand, so get them before they sell out and see the world famous team in person!

Chelsea Home Games

Chelsea v Liverpool
16 Sep 2016 - Fri 20:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
16 Sep 2016
Fri 20:00
From €202.89 There are +100 tickets left
From €202.89 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Leicester City
16 Oct 2016 - Sun 13:30
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
16 Oct 2016
Sun 13:30
From €148.02 There are +100 tickets left
From €148.02 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Manchester United
23 Oct 2016 - Sun 16:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
23 Oct 2016
Sun 16:00
From €323.85 There are +100 tickets left
From €323.85 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Everton
5 Nov 2016 - Sat 17:30
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
5 Nov 2016
Sat 17:30
From €157.97 There are +100 tickets left
From €157.97 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Tottenham
26 Nov 2016 - Sat 17:30
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
26 Nov 2016
Sat 17:30
From €194.72 There are +100 tickets left
From €194.72 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v West Brom
10 Dec 2016 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
10 Dec 2016
Sat 15:00
From €133.86 There are +100 tickets left
From €133.86 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Bournemouth
26 Dec 2016 - Mon 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
26 Dec 2016
Mon 15:00
From €136.82 There are +100 tickets left
From €136.82 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Stoke City
31 Dec 2016 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
31 Dec 2016
Sat 15:00
From €146.77 There are +100 tickets left
From €146.77 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Hull City
21 Jan 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
21 Jan 2017
Sat 15:00
From €128.91 There are +100 tickets left
From €128.91 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Arsenal
4 Feb 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
4 Feb 2017
Sat 15:00
From €279.86 There are +100 tickets left
From €279.86 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Swansea
25 Feb 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
25 Feb 2017
Sat 15:00
From €143.71 There are +100 tickets left
From €143.71 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Watford
11 Mar 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
11 Mar 2017
Sat 15:00
From €152.99 There are +100 tickets left
From €152.99 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Crystal Palace
1 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
1 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From €137.13 There are +100 tickets left
From €137.13 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Manchester City
5 Apr 2017 - Wed 19:45
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
5 Apr 2017
Wed 19:45
From €232.49 There are +100 tickets left
From €232.49 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Southampton
22 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
22 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From €161.70 There are +100 tickets left
From €161.70 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Middlesbrough
6 May 2017 - Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
6 May 2017
Sat 15:00
From €177.87 There are +100 tickets left
From €177.87 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea v Sunderland
21 May 2017 - Sun 15:00
Stamford Bridge, London, United Kingdom
21 May 2017
Sun 15:00
From €170.01 There are +100 tickets left
From €170.01 There are +100 tickets left
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Chelsea Away Games

Swansea v Chelsea
11 Sep 2016 - Sun 16:00
Liberty Stadium, Swansea, United Kingdom
11 Sep 2016
Sun 16:00
From €100.75 There are +100 tickets left
From €100.75 There are +100 tickets left
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EFL Cup 2016 - Leicester v Chelsea
19 Sep 2016 - Mon 19:45
King Power Stadium, Leicester, United Kingdom
Date and time to be confirmed.
19 Sep 2016
Mon 19:45
From €120.70 There are 32 tickets left
From €120.70 There are 32 tickets left
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Arsenal v Chelsea
24 Sep 2016 - Sat 17:30
Emirates Stadium, London, United Kingdom
24 Sep 2016
Sat 17:30
From €194.67 There are +100 tickets left
From €194.67 There are +100 tickets left
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Hull City v Chelsea
1 Oct 2016 - Sat 15:00
KC Stadium, Hull, United Kingdom
1 Oct 2016
Sat 15:00
From €103.85 There are 87 tickets left
From €103.85 There are 87 tickets left
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Southampton v Chelsea
30 Oct 2016 - Sun 16:00
St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, United Kingdom
30 Oct 2016
Sun 16:00
From €152.38 There are +100 tickets left
From €152.38 There are +100 tickets left
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Middlesbrough v Chelsea
20 Nov 2016 - Sun 16:00
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
20 Nov 2016
Sun 16:00
From €120.78 There are 97 tickets left
From €120.78 There are 97 tickets left
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Sunderland v Chelsea
13 Dec 2016 - Tue 19:45
Stadium of Light, Sunderland, United Kingdom
13 Dec 2016
Tue 19:45
From €166.60 There are 70 tickets left
From €166.60 There are 70 tickets left
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Crystal Palace v Chelsea
17 Dec 2016 - Sat 15:00
Selhurst Park Stadium, London, United Kingdom
17 Dec 2016
Sat 15:00
From €161.52 There are +100 tickets left
From €161.52 There are +100 tickets left
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Leicester City v Chelsea
14 Jan 2017 - Sat 15:00
King Power Stadium, Leicester, United Kingdom
14 Jan 2017
Sat 15:00
From €161.77 There are 92 tickets left
From €161.77 There are 92 tickets left
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Liverpool v Chelsea
1 Feb 2017 - Wed 20:00
Anfield, Liverpool, United Kingdom
1 Feb 2017
Wed 20:00
From €153.46 There are +100 tickets left
From €153.46 There are +100 tickets left
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Burnley v Chelsea
11 Feb 2017 - Sat 15:00
Turf Moor - Burnley FC, Burnley, United Kingdom
11 Feb 2017
Sat 15:00
From €153.04 There are 56 tickets left
From €153.04 There are 56 tickets left
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West Ham v Chelsea
4 Mar 2017 - Sat 15:00
London Stadium, London, United Kingdom
4 Mar 2017
Sat 15:00
From €252.18 There are +100 tickets left
From €252.18 There are +100 tickets left
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Stoke City v Chelsea
18 Mar 2017 - Sat 15:00
Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
18 Mar 2017
Sat 15:00
From €169.25 There are 44 tickets left
From €169.25 There are 44 tickets left
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Bournemouth v Chelsea
8 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Dean Court, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
8 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From €548.12 There are 27 tickets left
From €548.12 There are 27 tickets left
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Manchester United v Chelsea
15 Apr 2017 - Sat 15:00
Old Trafford, Manchester, United Kingdom
15 Apr 2017
Sat 15:00
From €334.29 There are +100 tickets left
From €334.29 There are +100 tickets left
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West Brom v Chelsea
13 May 2017 - Sat 15:00
The Hawthorns, West Bromwich, United Kingdom
13 May 2017
Sat 15:00
From €164.39 There are 54 tickets left
From €164.39 There are 54 tickets left
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2017: A Fresh Start for Chelsea

As is the case when a new manager comes in, it's a pivotal point for Chelsea and this year we'll no doubt see what Antonio Conte will be bringing to the table. Of course, Conte is certainly looking to shake things up, and already there's debate about who he's looking to sign. As mentioned above, Chelsea's season last year left much to be desired, and the circumstances around Mourinho's dismissal certainly stands as a black mark on the club. Despite having once been nicknamed "The Chosen One", Mourinho's exit was mired in gossip, rumour and speculation. Having been sacked under the grounds of "palpable discord" with the players, and a now-settled court case with ex-Chelsea doctor Eva Carneira, Mourinho final moments with Chelsea is likely to be a period the club would rather forget. Hence the appointment of Antonio Conte, whose previous credits saw him take the Italian selection qualify once more for the European Championships earlier this year, after years of decline! Considering Conte has turned around the performance of an entire country, it can be easy to see why Chelsea have pinned their hopes on the new manager. Already, a number of well-known names have backed Chelsea's decision, including former Chelsea defender Frank Leboeuf, who said of the new manager "Conte is part of the new generation of coaches in Italy where it is more offensive and seductive football."! With such high praise, it's looking to be an exciting season for the London boys in blue and there's little doubt Chelsea tickets are likely to sell-out fast! So what are you waiting for? Buy yours now, and prepare to watch some of the Premier League's most exciting games!

Already Conte is looking to have made an impact with the team, considering that Chelsea has already experienced quite a strong start, winning their first couple of matches. As many Chelsea fans will tell you, Chelsea's Premier League past failings can also be somewhat attributed to their focus on European football, with Chelsea now in a position to focus on things in "their own backyard", we may well see a different Chelsea this year! With an ageing defence featuring veterans John Terry, Garry Cahill and Branislav Ivanovic, there's perhaps no better manager to have than Italian Antonio Conte, with Italian football being legendary for the country's defence. Of course, with the manager proving to be one of the most explosive personalities in football, you can sure that Chelsea matches are sure to be an exciting spectacle for this alone!


Chelsea's Stamford Bridge

With Stamford Bridge having been the soul reason for Chelsea's foundation, it's not often that a club's stadium is actually older than the club themselves. Needless to say, the stadium has played host to a number of historic events over the years, including a match against FC Dynamo Moscow in 1945 to ease post WW2 tensions. Here's a quick overview of the stands:

  • Matthew Harding Stand
    Having been renovated and rebuilt several times, the two-tier North Stand is actually named after the club's former director who unfortunately died in a Helicopter Crash.

  • East Stand
    Despite numerous modernisations, the three-tiered stands remains largely the same since its first construction and has been Stamford Bridge's main stand for Chelsea's entirety. It is here you'll find the players tunnel, the changing rooms, dugouts and the executive suites.

  • The Shed End
    Originally known as Fulham Road End, the stand was eventually changed to The Shed in reference to fans' nickname for the stand. Originally housing Chelsea's most vocal fans, half of the stand actually hosts the Away Fan section.

  • West Stand
    It was, in fact, this stand that famously put the entire club in debt, racking up an incredible loan of up to £70 million in 2001! This in turn, is what lead to Roman Abramovich's colossal takeover.


Chelsea's Unlikely Beginnings

Founded by brothers Gus and Joseph Mears, the two purchased Stamford Bridge Athletics Ground originally to host Fullham football club, however when the team declined, Gus originally wanted to sell the lot to the Great Western Railway Company, as they would use it as a grounds for coal-dumping. Friend and colleague Fred Parker, who was distraught at the idea of losing such a historic ground, eventually persuaded Gus to change his mind. The story goes that Gus' dog actually bit Parker's hand right in front of Gus, and when Parker brought up the issue, Gus simply replied "Scotch terrier, always bites before he speaks.". Considering how absurd the response was, Parker couldn't help but laugh despite being in pain. After a minute without complaints, it was Parker's resilience that convinced Gus to pursue founding an entire football team! As far as the name goes, Chelsea actually underwent a number of variations before the club settled on Chelsea, naming themselves after the neighbouring borough. Odd to think that the Chelsea's first applications to join the Southern league was rejected due to objections from Fulham and Tottenham. Applying for the Football League instead, the team soon found themselves representing London on a more national scale and has since been one of the go-to London teams!

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