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Chelsea 2020-2021 Fixtures

Chelsea will kick-off their 2020-21 Premier League campaign with a trip to the south coast to face Brighton on Monday, September 14 in an 8pm kick-off.

Frank Lampard’s side then host champions Liverpool on the second weekend before heading to newly-promoted West Brom. They face a tough trip to London rivals Arsenal on Boxing Day.

The Blues will finish off their campaign with a daunting run-in: games against Manchester City, Arsenal and Leicester are followed by a trip to Villa Park on the final day of the season on May 23.

Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Chelsea Tickets

Can I buy Chelsea tickets from you? Arsenal tickets are available for purchase via our Chelsea tickets partner Sports Events 365.

Do Chelsea games sell out? Whilst the best place to purchase Chelsea tickets is directly from the club box office at chelseafc.com, the fixtures always sell-out and buying tickets directly is very difficult. The is why we use our Chelsea ticket provider so that you can see every Premier League and Champions League matches.

How much is a Chelsea ticket? Prices in the East stand of Stamford Bridge vary from £595 to £940 for an adult. The Upper section of the stand costs £940 for an adult, £440 for a senior citizen and £440 for a Juvenile. An adult ticket in the East lower family centre will set you back £595 per adult, £285 per senior citizen and £285 per juvenile.

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September
14: Brighton (a)
19: Liverpool (h)
26: West Brom (a)

October
3: Crystal Palace (h)
17: Southampton (h)
24: Manchester United (a)
31: Burnley (a)

November
7: Sheffield United (h)
21: Newcastle (a)
28: Tottenham (h)

December
5: Leeds (h)
12: Everton (a)
15: Wolves (a)
19: West Ham (h)
26: Arsenal (a)
28: Aston Villa (h)

January
2: Manchester City (h)
12: Leicester (a)
16: Fulham (a)
27: Wolves (h)
30: Burnley (h)

February
3: Tottenham (a)
6: Sheffield United (a)
13: Newcastle (h)
20: Southampton (a)
27: Manchester United (h)

March
6: Everton (h)
13: Leeds (a)
20: Liverpool (a)

April
3: West Brom (h)
10: Crystal Palace (a)
17: Brighton (h)
24: West Ham (a)

May
1: Fulham (h)
8: Manchester City (a)
12: Arsenal (h)
15: Leicester (h)
23: Aston Villa (a)

Getting To Stamford Bridge
BY TUBE OR TRAIN

The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway on the District Line. Take a train to Earls Court and change for Wimbledon-bound trains. There are two Overground stations near to Stamford Bridge, the closest being West Brompton. The second station, which is about a 15-minute walk from the stadium, is Imperial Wharf Station, these are both on a direct line to Clapham Junction station amongst others.

BY BUS:
There are two bus stops outside Stamford Bridge on the Fulham Road. Fans can get to the stadium using the number 14, 211 and 414 buses.

BY CAR:
Fans are advised NOT to drive to Stamford Bridge due to parking restrictions in the area, especially on matchdays.

Driving from The North, East or West:
Use the M25 to Junction 15 and turn off onto the M4 towards London. Follow the M4 which becomes the A4 up to Hammersmith. Go over the Hammersmith Flyover and a further 1.5 miles before turning off for Earls Court. Go past Earls Court station and across Old Brompton Road, eventually reaching Fulham Road. Turn right at the traffic lights. After 600 yards, the ground is on the right. Parking is difficult very close to the ground.

Driving from The South:
Cross the river at Wandsworth Bridge and head up Wandsworth Bridge Road. At the junction with New King’s Road, turn right and then immediately left. This will take you up to Fulham Broadway. Turn right onto Fulham Road and the ground is 400 yards on the left. Parking is difficult very close to the ground.

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