Take in a Chelsea Premier League game in style with this comprehensive package that includes a 3-course pre-match meal, complimentary pre-match bar, a match programme and, most importantly, excellent seats in the West Stand Upper Tier.
One of English football’s powerhouse clubs, Chelsea have won the Premier League title five times since 2004 and few would bet against them picking up more silverware over the next few seasons.
With an array of stars in the Blues line-up and the charismatic Antonio Conte overseeing proceedings from the touchline the action on the Stamford Bridge pitch is rarely dull.
Off it, you’re in for a great day too, beginning with a visit to the Tea Bar, an ideal, relaxed setting from which to soak up the pre-match atmosphere.
Here, you will enjoy a tasty three-course meal served with a choice of dishes and access to a complimentary bar with beer, wine and soft drinks.
Once your appetite is sated take your seats in the West Stand Upper Tier and get ready to cheer on The Pensioners as they seek another three points.
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All fixtures are subject to dates changes and kick-off times for the purposes of television coverage or participation in European competition. Unless specifically stated, day time games can kick off at 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 3.00pm, 4.00pm and 5.30pm while evening games kick off at 7.45pm or 8.00pm. However, it is strongly recommended to check an official Premier League fixture list before booking as tickets are non refundable.
- August 18 – Arsenal – 5.30pm
- September 1 – Bournemouth
- September 15 – Cardiff City
- September 29 – Liverpool 5.30pm
- October 20 – Manchester United
- November 3 – Crystal Palace
- November 10 – Everton
- December 1 – Fulham
- December 8 – Manchester City
- December 22 – Leicester City
- January 1 – Southampton
- January 12 – Newcastle United
- February 2 – Huddersfield Town
- February 23 – Brighton & Hove Albion
- February 27 – Tottenham Hotspur
- March 9 – Wolves
- April 6 – West Ham
- April 20 – Burnley
- May 4 – Watford