CPO FAQ

We try to be as open and transparent as possible. Here are a few of the questions we are asked most often, but if you have another query, get in touch.

How can I make my voice heard?
Each year we hold an Annual General Meeting held in the last week of January at Stamford Bridge. Shareholders can ask questions and make comments. Each shareholder gets to vote on resolutions put to the meeting, either online, by post, or at the meeting.

If I have a query for the Board who do I contact?
You can submit a query at any time of the year, and we will endeavour to give you a full reply. Please note that the CPO Board Directors are volunteers so please allow a few working days for a response.

How do I keep up to date with CPO?
We send regular email updates to all shareholders who have given permission, as well as the News page on this website. We also have Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages where updates are posted. If you do not receive the update and wish to do so, email comms@chelseapitchowners.com to request this.

I have not received any AGM papers or heard from CPO for some time. Can you help?
If you have not received these by early January and you have NOT moved since receiving them last, it may be that they have been lost in the post. In which case email info@chelseapitchowners.com to request a copy.

If you have not heard from us for some time, it may be that you have moved and not informed CPO. Please email info@chelseapitchowners.com to advise us of your new address. Please include your share number and old address as proof of ownership.

Is CPO part of Chelsea FC?
No, we work closely with the Club but are a separate organisation. Please note that we do not share data and operate independently.
How many shares have been sold?

To date there are over 23,000 shares sold worldwide. We have shareholders on every continent, and in most countries. Shareholders can be of any age.

Can I transfer my share?
There is no market for the sale of shares. Should you wish to transfer a CPO share please download and complete the transfer form, available below.
Stock Transfer Form

Do CPO Shares have any value?
CPO is not licensed to give financial advice, and any person wishing to purchase shares should seek such advice if they think it necessary. Shares are privately traded, and CPO is aware of no shares that have changed hands for any money in recent times. The company has never paid any dividend to its shareholders. Whilst there is no formal discount available to shareholders, CPO has from time to time offered shareholders discounts on tickets to its own events.

Can I buy a share on behalf of someone else?
Yes. A CPO share makes a perfect present for any true Chelsea fan. All Chelsea Pitch Owners need are their details and contact information from you.
If you have any further questions for CPO, please email comms@chelseapitchowners.com

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