FA Cup final supporter news and ticket details | Official Site | Chelsea Football Club
We will receive an allocation of 6,250 tickets. Tickets will be sold to members of the UK away scheme first, starting today and continuing until tomorrow morning, and then home season ticket holders from the 2019/20 season will be able to buy a ticket on a loyalty point basis from 8am tomorrow (Friday 7 May).
Before attending the match, supporters are required to (1) fill out and submit an ERP consent form by Monday 10 May and (2) attend a test centre on Thursday afternoon 13 May or Friday 14 May and take a lateral flow test, all in accordance with the full details set out below.
In addition, the government strongly requests supporters take a home PCR test as close as possible to attending the match, and then take another home PCR test on Thursday 20 May. This is to help support the government’s research so fans can return in greater numbers at future events.
The FA Cup Final will form part of the government’s Events Research Programme (ERP), used to provide key scientific data and research into how events could be permitted to safely reopen in line with the Prime Minister’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Supporters who do not complete the ERP form by Monday 10 May will not be able to attend the FA Cup Final.
All supporters attending the match will need to take a Lateral Flow Test at a test centre before entry can be granted to the stadium. Supporters can find a test site by clicking here and applying a filter under the heading test site for people without symptoms. Lateral Flow tests will only be valid if they are booked to be carried out after 2.15pm on Thursday 13 May.
To aid the research at the event, supporters are also requested to undertake a home PCR as close as possible to attending the match and return by post per the test instructions, but this is not a condition of entry into the stadium. The PCR tests can be conducted at home and posted on Saturday 15 May. You can find your nearest priority postbox by clicking here.
On Thursday 20 May all supporters attending the final should take a home PCR test and post this back. You can find your nearest priority postbox by clicking here.
Details on how to book a home PCR test will be provided to successful ticket holders, however it is likely that PCR tests will be automatically posted to successful ticket recipients.
Supporters arriving at the stadium will need to present the match ticket and the negative Lateral Flow Test result before being given access.
All supporters purchasing a ticket will automatically accept the Supporter Code of Conduct which can be found by clicking here.
Supporters attending the match can click here to view important event information provided by Wembley Stadium.
Season tickets held in a business name cannot purchase match tickets as tickets can only be held in an individual name. Tickets cannot be transferred which is the same rules as European away tickets.
Supporters who have more than one season ticket in the same name can only purchase one ticket for personal use. Tickets cannot be transferred which is the same rules as European away tickets.
In order to make sure the named season ticket holder is attending the match ALL tickets are non-transferable and can only be used by the named season ticket holder.
It will not be possible to change a name on a season ticket ahead of the FA Cup Final.