Tickets for our FA Cup fourth round tie against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday are now on general sale priced at just £30 for adults and £15 for concessions.
Supporters can buy up to four tickets per person for the game against the Owls, which starts at 6pm. Season ticket holders and members who purchase will receive five loyalty points.
The last day tickets will be posted out in the UK is Thursday. After that, supporters will need to collect from Stamford Bridge.
Tickets cost £30 for adults and £15 for concessions in all non-hospitality areas of the ground, so secure your seats now and cheer on the lads as our defence of the FA Cup continues.
We reached the fourth round courtesy of a 2-0 success against Nottingham Forest with Alvaro Morata netting both goals from Callum Hudson-Odoi deliveries. Sheffield Wednesday meanwhile got the better of Luton after a replay.
There have been plenty of famous cup-ties between Wednesday and Chelsea down the years including FA Cup matches three seasons running in 1960s. The first of those ties was a semi-final which went our opponents’ way but the Blues turned the table the following season on the way to our first major Wembley final in 1967, and we knocked them out in a replay at Hillsborough in 1994 en route to the Twin Towers again.
A dramatic League Cup quarter-final that went to two replays in 1985 before we prevailed is legendary, and most recently in the FA Cup, a Roberto Di Matteo goal won a fifth-round tie in 1999.
The following season both sides won their home game in our Premier League meetings but with Wednesday relegated at the end of that season, we have not faced each other in any competition since.