Chelsea are back in action this Wednesday against Tottenham at 7:45pm for the second of The Mind Series matches and you can watch the game live via our app and website!
The Blues will be back at Stamford Bridge in front of Chelsea fans this week when we face Spurs on Wednesday 4 August, with game kicking off at 7.45pm and the live stream available from 7.25pm.
The Mind Series game against our London rivals will be available to WATCH LIVE here on the Chelsea website and The 5th Stand app at a cost of £7.99.*
Once you have completed your purchase, please return to chelseafc.com or The 5th Stand app any time from 20 minutes before kick-off to access the stream.
*Chelsea FC will donate £4 from each individual subscription for each of the matches between (i) Chelsea FC and Arsenal FC on 1 August 2021 and (ii) Chelsea FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC on 4 August 2021 to charity, with 75% going to the Chelsea FC Foundation (charity number: 1129723), a charity dedicated to providing sporting and educational initiatives along with supporting the club’s wider charitable and community activities, and 25% going to Mind (registered charity number 219830), a charity set up to promote better mental health and relieve the needs of those with mental health problems. Donation amount may be adjusted for VAT where applicable.
The live matches can be bought in advance on the chelseafc.com website. Simply login to your profile on either the website or The 5th Stand app to watch the matches live.
Last chance to buy
Tickets to watch Chelsea vs Tottenham at Stamford Bridge are also still available to buy with the latest details available here.
Why are we coming together to support better mental health with Mind?
Demand for Mind’s services, including its Infoline, has increased exponentially during the pandemic, with latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics showing one in five adults experiencing symptoms of depression, compared to one in 10 prior to the pandemic.
Mind’s own survey of 16,000 people during the initial lockdown also found that two in three young people (68 per cent) and three in five adults (60 per cent) said their mental health had got worse.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are uniting with Mind to raise vital funds and use our joint global reach and platforms to promote mental health awareness as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Mind Series builds on work already being undertaken by the Clubs and their local Minds, including the Chelsea Foundation and Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing & Hounslow Mind. Chelsea Champions is Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind’s latest project with the Chelsea Foundation. Launched during Mental Health Awareness Week, it provides extra-curricular activities and workshops to help schools raise awareness of mental health issues for pupils and parents.
This is one of a broad range of prevention and recovery services that Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow Mind delivers to ensure everyone gets the support and respect they need to stay well. To find out more, about their work with partners across Chelsea FC, the NHS, in schools, the workplace, and the wider community visit https://www.hfehmind.org.uk.