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Chelsea FC Tickets

Are you looking for Chelsea FC tickets or searching for Chelsea Home Game Tickets? You have arrived at the right place to buy the Chelsea Home and Away game for 2023-24. is one of the leading secondary ticket marketplace websites that provides tickets to sold-out football events. 
Football Ticket home offers a large variety of Chelsea tickets for Home and Away Tickets for the high-profile events. Whether a big premier league matches, or a small FA Cup match we assure you the best Chelsea football club tickets at competitive prices. Chelsea Football Club is a professional football club based in Fulham, West London, at Stamford Bridge Stadium, London. Founded in October 1905; Chelsea plays their home games at Stamford Bridge, The club competes in the Premier League, the top division of English soccer. They won their first major honour, the League championship, in 1955. Book your Chelsea FC tickets now and join the thousands of enthusiastic fans cheering for their team in Stamford Bridge Stadium. Stamford Bridge stadium capacity of 40,343 & you will be joining alongside with other Chelsea FC fans to cheering and supporting Chelsea team...


Chelsea Football Tickets 2023/24

All Dates
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Oct 07, 2023Sat 15:00
Turf Moor Burnley,  United Kingdom


Oct 21, 2023Sat 17:30
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Oct 28, 2023Sat 12:30
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Nov 06, 2023Mon 20:00
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium London,  United Kingdom
Nov 12, 2023Sun 16:30
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Nov 25, 2023Sat 15:00
St James' Park Newcastle upon Tyne,  United Kingdom
Dec 02, 2023Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Dec 06, 2023Wed 20:00
Old Trafford Manchester,  United Kingdom
Dec 09, 2023Sat 15:00
Goodison Park Liverpool,  United Kingdom
Dec 16, 2023Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Dec 23, 2023Sat 15:00
Molineux Stadium Wolverhampton,  United Kingdom


Dec 26, 2023Tue 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Dec 30, 2023Sat 15:00
Kenilworth Road Luton,  United Kingdom


Jan 13, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Jan 31, 2024Wed 20:00
Anfield Liverpool,  United Kingdom
Feb 03, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Feb 10, 2024Sat 15:00
Selhurst Park London,  United Kingdom
Feb 17, 2024Sat 15:00
Etihad Stadium Manchester,  United Kingdom
Feb 24, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Mar 02, 2024Sat 15:00
Brentford Community Stadium London,  United Kingdom


Mar 09, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Mar 16, 2024Sat 15:00
Emirates Stadium London,  United Kingdom
Mar 30, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Apr 03, 2024Wed 19:45
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Apr 06, 2024Sat 15:00
Bramall Lane Sheffield,  United Kingdom


Apr 13, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
Apr 20, 2024Sat 15:00
Falmer Stadium Brighton,  United Kingdom


Apr 27, 2024Sat 15:00
Villa Park Birmingham,  United Kingdom


May 04, 2024Sat 15:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom
May 11, 2024Sat 15:00
City Ground Nottingham,  United Kingdom


May 19, 2024Sun 16:00
Stamford Bridge London,  United Kingdom

About Chelsea FC

Chelsea players have been thrilling their enthusiastic army of fans for around 100 years and have got plenty of silverware to show for it. The trophy cabinets are laden with swag from League Championships, FA Cups, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup Winners Cup – they’ve also done the double on numerous occasions.

Since the dawn of time . . . well, since 1905 and the dawn of Chelsea Football Club all the home Chelsea fixtures have been played at Stamford Bridge, the home of football in Fulham. The former athletics stadium was bought by Chelsea founder Gus Mears to turn it into a soccer ground. The club was actually formed in the pub opposite what is still the main entrance to the ground. The certainly hit the ground running earning promotion to the first division in only their second season.

It will come as no surprise that the team has been home to many colourful characters over the years. Ruud Gullit was a prolific player in the 1990’s and awarded Player of the Year in 1996 – the Dutchman then hung up his boots for a suit and steered the club to an FA Cup in during his two years as manager 1996 – 1998.

Chelsea football boss Jose Mourinho is another character of note - the most successful foreign manager in English football. After steering The Blues to victory on 7 occasions during his first reign from 2004 – 2007 he returned to the team in 2013. Many fans refer to his return as “The Second Coming” – well, for many people Chelsea is not just football, it’s more like a religion.

The Chelsea football ground regularly attracts more than 40,000 supporters, the atmosphere alive with chanting, singing and cheering for their heroes. The club is also renowned for being one of the most culturally diverse in the UK with a Russian owner Roman Abramovich, the Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho and only a sprinkling of home grown talent playing among a largely international squad.


  • Manager: Mauricio Pochettino 
  • Owner: Todd Boehly
  • Ground: Stamford Bridge Stadium
  • Nickname: The Blues, The Pensioners



Chelsea FC have enjoyed lots of championship success over the last 100 years or so – their most notable being:

  • 6 x English Champions Leagues
  • 2 x Winners of Second Division
  • 8 x FA Cups
  • 5 x Football League Cups / EFL Cup
  • 4 x Community Shields
  • 2 x Full Members Cups
  • 2 x UEFA Champions League
  • 2 x UEFA Europa League
  • 2 x UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup
  • 1 x FIFA Club World Cup
  • 2 x UEFA Super Cup

Chelsea FC best goals ever

It will come as no surprise that Frank Lampard is widely regarded as the greatest player ever seen at Chelsea – according to Bobby Tambling (the previous top goal scorer) and Chelsea Captain John Terry. With so many remarkable goals in his career it’s difficult to pick out the best – he really has saved the day on so many occasions.

The player with the accolade of scoring the most goals for his beloved Chelsea is currently Frank Lampard with an impressive tally of 211 goals scored during his illustrious career, 2001 and 2014 – from a total of 648 games. He is also the clubs most capped player making 103 appearances for the England squad during that time.

The title should however (according to the man himself) go to his second goal against Bolton in April 2005. After picking up the ball on the halfway line he charges towards goal and sticks it into the back of the net. This was the goal which sealed the teams’ first title in 50 long years.

How do I buy Chelsea FC Tickets?

How to Buy Chelsea FC Tickets Online at FootballTicketHome?

If you want to buy Chelsea tickets and to be honest, why wouldn’t you. Here’s what you have to do:

  • When choosing your Chelsea games, firstly select a match from the Chelsea events table or from our menu.
  • On the events page choose your seating section of the stadium you wish to sit in and how many tickets you need, then click on "buy tickets".
  • You will be directed to the shopping cart where you can check your order. You will then need to either "checkout as a guest log in or register".
  • Enter your billing address details and where you want the tickets delivered to then press "next" 
  • At this point, you will see your ticket choice and price, handling fee and total cost.
  • Click on "Proceed to Payment" 
  • Complete your payment details.
  • Once your online payment is processed successfully, you will receive an email for your order confirmation as well as your order number..
  • 2-5 days before the match your tickets will arrive at your delivery address.


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