Posted on: Wed 21 Nov 2012

With the FIFA World Club Cup now only a matter of weeks away, the official Chelsea website brings you the latest information with regards to ticket collections, as well as news of another potential opponent...

Those supporters who have previously purchased tickets for the forthcoming FIFA World Club Cup can collect the tickets at the Stamford Bridge Box Office from Thursday 22 November at 9am.

Supporters wishing to collect tickets prior to a home match are reminded that tickets must be collected more than two hours prior to kick-off.

Duplicate tickets and collection procedure
We regret to inform supporters there will be NO duplicate tickets available for this competition.

Declaration Form
All tickets must have the fully completed declaration form before tickets can be collected/posted out.

Proof of travel
Proof of travel is NOT required with the declaration form on application. However, proof of travel may be requested at any time.

All tickets must be collected from the Box Office in person with the fully completed declaration forms by Monday 10 December by 5pm.

Posting of tickets
Should you wish to have your tickets sent out by Royal Mail Special Delivery, simply complete the following steps:

1. Book the tickets online or via the Call Centre.

2. Complete the declaration form for all customers within the order.

3. Send your credit /debit card details to Chelsea FC (to the value of £5.65) and the declaration forms to: PO BOX 21805, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS.

4. Once the fully completed declaration forms arrive, the tickets will be sent out to the customer who made the booking.

Please note that Chelsea FC are not responsible for failings in the postal system. Should the tickets not arrive they cannot be refunded or duplicated.

Tickets will only be sent out for this tournament if the fully completed declaration forms and special delivery payment is received by 2pm on Monday 3 December.

Meanwhile, with the tournament now only a matter of weeks away, Egyptian side Al-Ahly became the latest club to qualify after winning the CAF (African) Champions League.

Al-Ahly secured their place in the prestigious tournament for the fourth time after springing a major shock by beating Esperance Sportive de Tunis 3-2 on aggregate.

With the first leg having finished 1-1 a fortnight ago, it was all to play for going into the return, and the Egyptian outfit earned a fully deserved victory with goals from Mohamed Nagy and Waleed Soliman, while an Esperance consolation goal came too late in the game to have a significant impact.

Their last appearance in the competition came back in 2008 when Al-Ahly were eliminated in the quarter-finals after being beaten 4-2 by Pachuca, and they will enter this season's tournament at the same stage, along with Monterrey, winners of the CONCACAF Champions League, and Ulsan Hyundai, who have qualified from Asia.

Chelsea, meanwhile, will enter the World Club Cup at the semi-final stage, alongside Corinthians from Brazil, with both of our games taking place at the Yokohama Stadium.

Our first match will take place on 13 December, before we compete for a second time three days later.