Chelsea Football Club (CFC) has today announced a price freeze for General Admission Season Tickets at Stamford Bridge.
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust would like to place on record its thanks to Mr Boehly and his board for putting supporters first.
It is vital that there is a connection between the club, its players and our supporters. The decision to freeze GA tickets is a step in the right direction and reflects Chelsea’s commitment to “make the fans proud.”
The CST is delighted that the club has responded positively to our representations over the past few months regarding Season Ticket prices.
We have campaigned vehemently that prices should be frozen to reflect the impact of the cost of living crisis. Over the past few months, the CST has held various meetings with club officials and board members where we set out our position.
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust is pleased that supporters have been put front and centre within the decision making process after a difficult season on the pitch.
We note the increase in corporate areas and will remain in dialogue with the club to protect the interests of all supporters on this issue.
As yet, we have not had any confirmation from the club about general admission members prices for the 23/24 season.
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust will continue to oppose increases to ticket prices at Stamford Bridge at this time. We will of course continue our dialogue with the club and will communicate any new information once it becomes available.