CHELSEA have been BANNED from promoting match tickets and solely season ticket holders can attend video games after Russian proprietor Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the UK authorities.
Abramovich, who has shut ties to Russian president Vladimir Putin, has had his belongings frozen leaving the European champions in limbo.
One of many outcomes of that’s Chelsea is not going to be allowed to promote residence and away match tickets.
Solely season ticket holders shall be allowed to attend the Blues’ remaining video games for the marketing campaign, which is able to have an effect on the group numbers.
The Blues are believed to have round 28,000 season ticket holders however Stamford Bridge’s capability is simply over 40,000.
Away followers of Chelsea’s rivals might have the ability to attend video games with Premier League chiefs engaged on an answer.
Chelsea might give away their away fan allocation to their opponents for FREE.
Any proceeds of the ticket gross sales will go on to the Premier Leaguer and that cash would possibly then be despatched to a Ukraine-based humanitarian reduction.
Supporters shall be allowed to purchase food and drinks within the floor.
However because of the sanctions he’ll not have the ability to promote the membership.
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Chelsea was put up for sale by Abramovich final week and he hoped to get £3billion.
The Blues have additionally been slapped with a transfer ban and are unable to offer out any new contracts.
Chelsea’s hopes of signing West Ham vice captain Declan Rice in the summertime might have simply come crashing down, handing a switch enhance to different events.
However regardless of the drama surrounding the Blues off the pitch, the game against Norwich is still ON.
They head to Carrow Street for a 7.30pm kick-off within the Premier League tonight.
The membership confirmed it’s nonetheless going forward with a tweet of supervisor Thomas Tuchel mocked up as parody radio host Alan Partridge holding a ‘champions of the world’ mug with the Norwich stadium within the background.