Stamford Bridge sold out ahead of Crystal Palace clash

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Chelsea fans have missed coming out in large numbers to cheer their beloved team, and fans are eagerly waiting for the start of the 2021-22 season.

With the news that fans will be allowed back into stadiums in full capacity next season, Thomas Tuchel’s men will be looking forward to playing infront of a packed out Stamford Bridge next season.

Chelsea fans were only permitted in a reduced capacity for Premier League matches against Leeds United and Leicester City last season, and Tuchel and the rest of last summer’s signings will see what playing in front of a capacity crowd feels like when Chelsea host Crystal Palace on August 14th.

Chelsea’s first Premier League match of the 2021/22 season against Crystal Palace has been sold out with a full capacity crowd expected.

Tickets went on sale for the match-up against fellow Londoners Crystal Palace and were sold out within an hour.

Meanwhile, Chelsea fans will also see the club’s academy product Marc Guehi feature for the Eagles, after sealing a permanent move to join Crystal Palace.

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