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On Sunday 16 June 2019, Soccer Aid for Unicef will take place at Stamford Bridge (kick-off at 7.30pm). This will be the first time ever the game has been at the home of the Blues.

In the coming weeks, an exciting line-up of celebrities and former footballers – including some very familiar faces – will be announced as part of either the England or Soccer Aid World XI team. Adult tickets start at £20 and under-16s are just £10, meaning a family of four (two adults and two children) can go to the match for £60.

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BUY A HOSPITALITY PACKAGE

Make the most of this football extravaganza with one of Stamford Bridge's hospitality packages.

There are several different packages available ranging from Ticket Only package of £100pp + VAT to a Private Executive Box from £295pp + VAT. 

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GUARANTEE YOUR SEATS

Purchase your tickets now and secure the best possible seats for the game. The prices range from £20 to £100 for adult seats, and £10 for all under-16 seats.

A family of four can attend for just £60.

Supporters who require wheelchair or ambulant tickets should call 0371 811 2012. International 020 7915 1950.

All tickets are subject to a £2 booking fee and are inclusive of VAT.

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Disabled supporters

If you are a disabled supporter and require wheelchair or ambulant tickets, please call 0371 811 2012 (UK) or 020 7915 1950 (International). To learn more about disabled supporters and how you can purchase tickets to Soccer Aid for Unicef 2019, click the links below.

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Amenity and easy access seating

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ABOUT SOCCER AID FOR UNICEF

Soccer Aid for Unicef sees A-list stars and football legends take to the pitch for an unmissable charity match.


Since the first match in 2006, Soccer Aid for Unicef has raised more than £30 million for children in danger. Unicef is the world’s leading organisation for children and this is your chance to help make sure children grow up healthy, happy and able to play. Just like children should.

 

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GETTING TO STAMFORD BRIDGE

Stamford Bridge is located on Fulham Road in south-west London. When travelling on a matchday, we recommend the use of public transport. Please note that the section of Fulham Road closest to Stamford Bridge is subject to closures from around 90 minutes pre-match and for up to 60 minutes post-match. 

For further details on how to get to Chelsea FC, please click the button below. 

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IMPORTANT TUBE TRAVEL INFORMATION

People intending to purchase tickets for the Soccer Aid event should be aware that planned engineering works on the London Underground network means there will be closures on the District Line and Circle Line.

This includes the Wimbledon branch of the District Line so there will be no service to and from Fulham Broadway Station, the station local to Stamford Bridge.

Overall the works over the weekend of Saturday 15 June and Sunday 16 June remove the District Line service between Aldgate East to Wimbledon, Richmond, Ealing Broadway, Edgware Road and Kensington (Olympia), and the Circle Line between Aldgate to Edgware Road (via Victoria).

This will need to be taken into account when planning a journey to the game.