Chelsea season tickets are currently affordable but are expected to rise in the near future due to stadium upgrades and club expenditure.

From the start of the 2023/24 season, prices for Chelsea season tickets are expected to almost triple from what they were previously. A reason for this is because the club needs to recoup the costs that it paid to upgrade facilities in one of the stands at Stamford Bridge

How much is a Chelsea season ticket currently?

New bars, food outlets and TV screens have been added to the West stand of the ground. Prior to the surge, season tickets had cost £1,250 which while not very cheap was still affordable to many people. 

What will be the new cost of a Chelsea season ticket?

With the price increases, season tickets are expected to cost Chelsea fans £3,900. This will no doubt increase suspicion of many of the club’s fans towards the new owners. It will also mean that Chelsea will have the tag of having the most expensive season ticket fees in the entire Premier League. 

How does this compare to Spurs’ season ticket prices?

The West London club is expected to overtake its bitter city rivals Tottenham in this regard at the start of next season. Spurs charge fans £2,223 per season. 

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Heavy spending leaves Blues fans picking up the bill

Since the takeover comprising Boehly and Clearlake succeeded Roman Abramovich as owners of the club, Chelsea have also spent over £600 million across two transfer windows on securing new players. This money looks to have not been well spent as the club’s performances on he field of play have only shown signs of regressing. 

Chelsea are currently enduring one of their worst football seasons since the 1990s prior to the time in which they became a giant of English and European football. Next season will be crucial in determining the future of the club. 

Next season will be all about rebuilding and if the club attains a top four finish, it will be safe to say that they are on the right path. Anything less than that and it will be safe to say that they may be a fallen giant of English football.