Chelsea ticket prices announced for next season with general admission season tickets, concessionary tickets and cup games frozen

Chelsea Football Club’s price freeze for general admission season tickets, concessionary-rate tickets and domestic cup competitions is extended for another year to cover the 2019/20 season.

This means season ticket holders in general admission areas will pay the same as in 2011/12, with these ticket prices having not increased in 12 of the past 14 seasons.

Individual Premier League match tickets in general admission areas for those not qualifying for concessionary rates will increase in price for next season. The new prices are shown in a table below and a £2 fee for each transaction will apply.

Concessionary rates are available for junior supporters (for which the age range was extended four years ago to include fans aged under 20) and for senior supporters aged 65 and over. For next season these prices for season tickets and individual match tickets remain at this season’s level.

Similarly, our long-established policy of discounted prices for home games in the two domestic cup competitions means tickets for the FA Cup will again be £30 for adults and £15 for juniors and seniors, and £25 for adults, £12 for juniors and seniors in the Carabao Cup.

Should the team qualify for the Europa League next season, these tickets also remain frozen at this season’s prices. Should we take part in the Champions League, group stage tickets will cost the same as the last time we were in the competition (£35 adults, £15.50 or £17.50 juniors/seniors). For any Champions League games in the knockout stage, prices will match those for the Premier League.

In summary, frozen prices for next season are:

  • All season tickets in general admission areas
  • The junior ticket category
  • The senior ticket category
  • All tickets in general admission areas for domestic cup-ties
  • Group-stage and knockout-stage tickets should Chelsea play in the Europa League
  • Group-stage tickets should Chelsea play in the Champions League (compared with 2017/18 when we mostly recently competed)
  • For fans attending our away games, the Premier League’s £30 maximum price for a ticket in the visitors’ section of a stadium has been extended to cover the next three seasons.

For those supporters who travel to our domestic away games, the club will again offer subsidised travel which together with the away ticket price cap acknowledges the special effort and contribution made by those fans when they attend matches as visiting supporters.

Renewed disabled season tickets (ambulant and non-ambulant) will remain free of charge for next season and then those renewing for the 2020/21 season will pay 50 per cent of the full season ticket price and for 2021/22, the full price. They will still receive free personal assistant tickets. New disabled season ticket holders will pay full price from next season. They will have a complimentary personal assistant ticket.

Free membership for disabled supporters will remain in place for one more season. For the 2020/21 season, membership in the ticket-only category will no longer be free but will instead cost 50 per cent of the standard ticket-only membership price. For 2021/22 it will cost the full price.

General admission season ticket renewals will begin in April.

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