Chelsea will play away against Hull City in the fourth round of the FA Cup on Saturday 25 January, with ticket prices for the game now confirmed.
Kick-off for the game at the KCOM Stadium will be at 5.30pm and it will be televised live in the UK on BT Sport.
Adult and senior tickets will cost just £12, with Under-23s priced at £6.
We have received an allocation of 4181 tickets, with 16 non-ambulant and personal assistant tickets available.
Full ticket sales information will be announced once the tickets arrive from Hull.
The Blues defeated Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge to book our place in the fourth round, thanks to goals from Callum Hudson-Odoi and Ross Barkley.
Hull are currently ninth in the Championship and were beaten finalists in 2014. Our last meeting with the Tigers was in the FA Cup in 2018 when two goals from Willian alongside strikes from Pedro and Olivier Giroud sealed a place in the quarter-finals. We went on to lift the trophy that year, beating Manchester United in the final.
The last time we played away against Hull in the FA Cup was in the third round of the 1999/00 season, again on the way to winning the competition. Gustavo Poyet scored a hat-trick in a 6-1 win at Hull's former stadium Boothferry Park.
There is old action against Hull in the Retro Blues box set, available on The 5th Stand
The full list of televised fixtures in this year's fourth round is:
FRIDAY 24 JANUARY
Northampton Town v Derby County (8.00pm) – Live on BT Sport
SATURDAY 25 JANUARY
Brentford v Leicester City (12.45pm) – Live on BBC One
Hull City v Chelsea (5.30pm) – Live on BT Sport
SUNDAY 26 JANUARY
Manchester City v Fulham (1.00pm) – Live on BBC One
Watford or Tranmere Rovers v Wolverhampton Wanderers or Manchester United (3.00pm) – Live on BT Sport
Bristol City or Shrewsbury Town v Liverpool (5.00pm) – Live on BBC One
MONDAY 27 JANUARY
AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal (8.00pm) – Live on BT Sport
The fourth round draw in full is:
Watford or Tranmere vs Wolves or Man United
Hull City vs Chelsea
Southampton vs Middlesbrough or Tottenham
QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday
Bournemouth vs Arsenal or Leeds United
Northampton Town vs Derby County
Brentford vs Leicester City
Millwall vs Sheffield United
Reading or Blackpool vs Cardiff or Carlisle
West Ham vs West Brom
Burnley vs Norwich
Bristol Rovers or Coventry vs Birmingham
Man City vs Fulham
Rochdale or Newcastle vs Oxford United
Portsmouth vs Barnsley
Bristol City or Shrewsbury vs Liverpool