There are several seats available on the Chelsea FC Fans’ Forum and the Accessible Supporters' Forum, with supporters welcome to apply for a place.
Both Forums aim to establish a dialogue between the club and fans, therefore developing a better understanding of issues that affect supporters and provide an opportunity for the club to discuss new ideas with our followers.
The Accessible Supporters' Forum represents a diverse range of our disabled supporters.
There are usually three meetings throughout the season, all of which take place at Stamford Bridge, on non-matchday evenings for the Fans' Forum and non-matchday afternoons for the Accessible Supporters' Forum. Please only put your name forward if you are confident that you will be able to attend every Forum meeting each season.
Members are selected from a range of categories, each with their own qualifying criteria.
For the Fans' Forum, the club is seeking new members to represent the following categories:
- Disabled (one place)
- Over 65 years old (one place)
- Hospitality (one place)
- 16-21 years old (one place)
- UK supporters’ club branches (four places)
- UK or Eire supporters’ club branch (one place)
- Overseas supporters’ club branch (one place)
You must be in the appropriate category to represent that category and must be at least 16 years old.
For the Accessible Supporters' Forum, there are seats available to represent the following categories:
- Ambulant season ticket holders (one place)
- Wheelchair season ticket holders (one place)
- Ambulant Club members (two places)
- Wheelchair Club members (one place)
You must be in the appropriate category to represent that category.
Successful applicants will be invited to sit on the Forums for two years, after which time they will not be eligible to re-apply for a further four years. Supporters should only put their name forward if there are issues they wish to discuss with the club, as all Forum members are expected to make a significant contribution to the meetings.
The deadline of 5pm on Thursday 27 June.
If you are unable to use the online option, please call 020 8829 8909 or email email@example.com who can post or email you a form.