Chelsea will play Everton in the 2022/23 Premier League season at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues will be looking to try and improve on their domestic season, finishing third and off the pace from Man City and Liverpool.
But with a brand new set of owners, a new era has dawned for Thomas Tuchel’s team who are likely to bring in some new talent to try and bridge that gap.
Their current crop of players will also be looking to find that Champions League winning form from 2020, with Mason Mount, Kai Havertz and N’golo Kante among the stars.
Hospitality at Stamford Bridge is one of the most sought after VIP Hospitality opportunities across the whole season, including fantastic views, complimentary food and drink and meeting Chelsea legends.
The Champions’ Club at Stamford Bridge offers an informal dining experience, and is one of the best places to meet friends and guests, as you enjoy the excitement of the matchday build-up.
Offering casual, unreserved seating, a pre-match three course informal hot and cold buffet, complimentary tea and coffee, a selection of savoury snacks at half time and pies at full time a day out in the Champions Club is sure to be a hit.
The Champions Club opens two and half hours prior to kick off and remains open for an hour after the final whistle allowing you and your guests plenty of time to make the most of your experience.
Luxury padded seat in the East Stand Middle Tier around the 18 yard line are included.