Match report: Chelsea 2 Tottenham 2

Chelsea (3-4-3): Mendy; Chalobah (Miazga 80), Zouma (Ampadu 63), Rudiger (Sarr 63); Hudson-Odoi (Pulisic h-t), Kante (c) (Bakayoko h-t), Kovacic (Lotus-Cheek 63), Alonso (Zappacosta 63); Ziyech (Anjorin 63), Havertz (Abraham 63), Werner (Kenedy 63)

Unused subs: Kepa, Bettinelli, Batshuayi

Scorer: Ziyech 16, 49

Tottenham (4-2-3-1): Gollini; Doherty (Aurier 80), Tanganga, Dier, Reguilon (Davies 73); Skipp, Hojbjerg (Winks h-t); Lucas Moura, Alli, Bergwijn (Scarlett 80); Son

Unused subs: Whiteman, Rodon, Omole, Carter-Vickers, Sissoko, John, Clarke

Scorers: Lucas Moura 56, Bergwijn 70

Referee: Keith Stroud

Loyalty point ticket update for Super Cup

Villarreal
Super Cup
Wednesday 11 August 
Windsor Park
Kick-off 8pm

Allocation and stadium entry information

We have received an allocation of 2000 tickets which includes 15 wheelchair spaces, 15 wheelchair personal assistants tickets, 24 ambulant supporter’s tickets and 24 ambulant personal assistants.

Supporters attending the match will be required to show one of the following upon entering the stadium:

PCR test no older than 72 hours
Lateral flow test no older than 48 hours
Double vaccination or proof of past infection

All ticket holders must be in capacity to show a paper or electronic version of any of the above documents at the stadium.

All supporters will be required to wear a face covering at all times.

Ticket sales information

Wednesday 4 August from 10am until 11.30am ONLINE ONLY: Season ticket holders with 98 points or more can purchase one ticket per person.

Wednesday 4 August from 12pm until 1.30pm ONLINE ONLY: Season ticket holders with 93 points or more can purchase one ticket per person.

Wednesday 4 August from 2pm until 3.30pm ONLINE ONLY: Season ticket holders with 88 points or more can purchase one ticket per person.

Wednesday 4 August from 4pm ONLINE ONLY: All remaining season ticket holders who have yet to purchase can purchase one ticket per person.

As per the ticketing policy, tickets will be sold using the loyalty points for the 2019/20 season.

Should we have tickets available after season ticket holders have had a chance to purchase, a further announcement will be made.

Disabled Season Ticket Application Process

Supporters who are registered disabled can apply by downloading the away disabled ticket application form which can be found by clicking here.

Disabled supporters can submit this application form on the relevant sales period detailed above to access@chelseafc.com

Business season tickets or multiple season tickets in one name

Season tickets held in a business name (as determined by the Club) cannot purchase tickets for UEFA away matches.

Any season ticket holder who holds two or more season tickets in one name can only purchase one UEFA away match ticket.

Tickets purchased using season tickets in a business name or multiple names will have the ticket order refunded.

Collection Procedure

Once the fully completed declaration forms have been received a voucher will be emailed to the lead supporter who made the booking.

In order to collect the ticket each individual supporter will be required to bring with them in person the voucher and their valid passport. Please note copies of the passport will NOT be accepted and each supporter will need to visit the collection point in person. Tickets cannot be collected on behalf of other supporters.

Further details in relation to the location of the ticket collection point, along with match security and safety information will be communicated to supporters by email as soon as possible.

Deadlines

Please note the following deadlines are in place for this match:

Declaration forms must arrive with the ticket office no later than 5pm on Thursday 5 August.

Supporters who do not receive their voucher must contact the ticket office on Monday 9 August.

Tickets will go off sale at 5pm Friday 6 August.

Declaration form submission

Each supporter will need to fully complete a declaration form once the booking has been made.

The declaration form must be completed accurately including the passport number of the applicant.

Supporters who purchase two tickets or more in one transaction will be required to submit the application forms from that transaction on the same time.

Failure to comply with the above information will result in the declaration forms being returned without tickets issued.

Declaration forms can be submitted by clicking here.

Duplicate tickets

We regret to inform supporters there will be no duplicate tickets available for this match.

Loyalty points

Supporters will receive 5 loyalty points for this match.

Official travel

There will be no official club trip operating for this match.

Ticket prices

Category 1 – 120 euros £102.50
Category 2 – 80 euros £68.50
Category 3 – 40 euros £34
Wheelchair – 40 euros £34
Ambulant – 40 euros £34

A free personal assistant’s ticket will be allocated with every disabled supporter’s ticket purchased.

Uncollected tickets

Supporters who fail to collect their tickets will not receive any loyalty points.

Uncollected tickets cannot be refunded or resold.

All ticket sales are subject to availability

Match dates and ticket on-sale dates are subject to change. Please check the website for the latest information.

Gallery: Gym work ahead of Tottenham clash

The Blues will look to continue our unbeaten pre-season run when we return to Stamford Bridge for our clash with Tottenham in The Mind Series on Wednesday evening, which you can watch live on The 5th Stand and the Chelsea website. 

Thomas Tuchel’s Blues started today’s session with some gym work at our Surrey training base, lifting weights and working on their fitness in preparation for our clash with Nuno Espirito Santo’s men tomorrow night.

Emerson and Jorginho were pictured at Cobham following their Euro 2020 triumph with Italy, while England trio Reece James, Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount were both involved in the gym session after returning from holiday.

Take a look at our pictures from the gym session below…

Hudson-Odoi and Loftus-Cheek reflect on shared experiences and trying to hit their peak

He also played at Brighton in our opening match of the 2020/21 campaign, before heading down the road to Fulham for a loan spell. His time at the Cottage proved productive as he racked up over 2000 minutes of football, including 30 Premier League appearances.

‘I thought it was the most important for me at that time,’ he says.

‘I came back from injury but didn’t feel myself, didn’t feel powerful, wasn’t running past people and felt like I lost a lot of muscle and power. So for me, mentally, I just wanted to go somewhere where I could play a lot and get that feel and confidence back after such a long time out with such a bad injury.

‘I felt like I had to get away and play as much football as possible, and I got that.’

Now Ruben’s focus is on reaching top form in a Chelsea shirt again. For Callum, it is making the most of a first proper pre-season in three years to ensure he hits the ground running when the competitive action begins in Belfast on 11 August.

Livramento joins Southampton

The Croydon-born teenager signed for our Academy as an Under-9 and settled into the right-back position as he progressed through the ages. In more recent years, he has featured predominantly as a wing-back.

After making his debuts for the youth team and Under-19s while still a schoolboy, 2019/20 saw Livramento play a key part in our run to the FA Youth Cup final as he started every game, while also featuring on seven occasions for Andy Myers’s title-winning development squad. He scored his first goal at that level days after his 17th birthday in a 1-1 draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Still eligible for the Under-18s, the wideman spent most of last term playing Premier League 2 football, though he did feature in all three Youth Cup ties and scored in the third-round hammering of Barnsley.

His efforts were rewarded with a place on the bench for senior games against Manchester City and Arsenal towards the end of the campaign, while he was also named the Academy Player of the Year.

We would like to thank Tino for his efforts and wish him well for the future.