Chelsea ban: Fans can now buy some match tickets after official license change football news sky news

Chelsea fans can now buy tickets for away matches, cup matches and women’s matches following a change in the official license.

This means fans will be able to buy tickets for Chelsea’s FA Cup semi-final against Crystal Palace at Wembley over the weekend of April 16-17.

However, it appears that tickets to Premier League home games are still subject to restrictions. Only season ticket holders and those who have purchased tickets before Roman Abramovich, a UK government approved owner, may participate.

Visiting fans will be able to purchase tickets for Chelsea’s remaining Premier League home fixtures, with all proceeds going to the Premier League.

Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston said: “The government has today changed the license of Chelsea Football Club so that fans can obtain tickets for away games, cup games and women’s fixtures.

“I would like to thank the supporters for their patience while we are engaged with the football authorities in making this possible.

“Since Roman Abramovich was added to the UK sanctions list for his relationship with Vladimir Putin, we have worked hard to ensure that the club can continue to play football while the sanctions regime is in place. . »

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