As always, the seats for the best atmosphere are found behind the goal, in this case both the Matthew Harding Stand and the Shed End. Here you will find the nosiest fans singing and chanting for 90 minutes. Prices range from £56-£59 for an adult member and £61-64 for adult tickets on general sale.
The best views are to be found in the West End Upper Stand, this has prices to match, with tickets from £82 for a member and £87 for an adult ticket on general sale.
There are restricted views in the ground – in the East Upper, Shed Lower and Matthew Harding Lower Stands, these have reduced prices of £46, £42 and £23,50 respectively.
Away fans are housed in the Shed End Lower, within close proximity of home fans.
With over 40,000 seat, Stamford Bridge also use a category system for pricing game tickets using AA, A and B classifications. While the Middle Tier of the East Stand is season ticket holders only, the lower tier in this stand is the reserved family area and you can expect to pay between £40-£50 for adults, and £18-£20 for under 16’s and seniors.
For atmosphere, noise and a lot of swearing, the home fans prefer to sit in the lower tier of the Mathew Harding stands, which costs between £52 – £70 for adults and £25 – £28 for juniors and seniors. Although the view isn’t as good (and there are some restricted view seats) for the game the fans consider it one of the “true fan stands”. The upper tier has a better view but not as much noise which is similar to the upper tier of Shed End which is particularly good for banter with the away team and cost the same ticket price as the Matthew Harding stands.
Away fans are charged a flat rate (as per Premier League Club agreement) of £30 for adults and under 20’s/ over 65’s are £23.50. Unfortunately there are a few restricted view seats in each of the stands however in most cases these are specified when you are booking and you can sometimes get them half-price for lower category matches but always check or ask before you buy.
Chelsea games, as you’d sadly expect, do not come cheap. You’re looking at £50 to see them take on those in the relegation zone, and up to £90 for a game against any of the top 5/6. The website has a virtual seating plan for the stadium, so once you’re offered tickets, check it out to make sure you’re happy with the view. Restricted view seats should also turn up on the site. The East Stand Lower is great for families (less noise/shouting/rioting). West Upper offers the best seats in the house, and Matthew Harding Lower is all noise/singing/pushing/dancing and definitely not for the faint hearted!
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