Chelsea Women sell all of their season tickets for first time EVER ahead of 2021-22 campaign


Chelsea Women sell all of their season tickets for first time EVER ahead of 2021-22 campaign with full allocation at Kingsmeadow selling out in under two weeks following hugely successful season for Emma Hayes’ side

  • Chelsea Women have sold all of their season tickets for the first time ever
  • The allocation at Kingsmeadow sold out in under two weeks after strong season 
  • It follows a hugely successful season for Emma Hayes’ side with several trophies











Chelsea Women have sold all their season tickets for the first time ever ahead of the 2021-22 season.

The West London club sold their allocation for season tickets at Kingsmeadow in just over two weeks following a hugely successful for season for Emma Hayes’ side. 

Chelsea won the Community Shield, Continental League Cup and defended their WSL title whilst they also secured a place in the UEFA Champions League final for the first time. 

Chelsea have sold all of their season tickets for the first time ever ahead of 2021-22 campaign

Chelsea have sold all of their season tickets for the first time ever ahead of 2021-22 campaign

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes told the club’s official website: ‘I’m delighted to hear we’ve sold more season tickets than ever before. We’ve missed our loyal fans tremendously, but we felt their support throughout the last season.

‘I really can’t wait to see everyone back at Kingsmeadow later this summer, we’ve got plenty to celebrate.’

The club say regular tickets will still be available for purchase as they look to defend the Premier League title for a third year. 

They will be able to welcome fans back when the WSL kicks off on the weekend of September 3 to 5, which will be the first time they have been able to do so since December 6. 

It follows a hugely successful season where they won multiple trophies including the WSL

It follows a hugely successful season where they won multiple trophies including the WSL

Guy Laurence, the Chelsea chief executive added: ‘The Women’s team have had a hugely successful and historic season, and it’s great to see that the achievements on the pitch mean more fans want to come down to Kingsmeadow to enjoy the games in person.

‘Next season sees the start of the new broadcast deal with the BBC and Sky Sports, so the women’s game will be more accessible than ever.

‘We look forward to seeing women’s football grow in success, with Chelsea Women at the forefront.’

Emma Hayes spoke of her delight at record sales and excitement to welcome fans back

Emma Hayes spoke of her delight at record sales and excitement to welcome fans back