- New online system for Priority Points applications
- Tickets go on sale to Bondholders on Thursday 28 July and Priority Points applicants on Friday 29 July
- West Ham allocated 3,000 tickets for Premier League opener
Tickets go on sale to Bondholders from 9am on Thursday 28 July and go on sale to Priority Points Holders a day later, Friday 29 July.
Supporters who make Priority Points applications should note that the process for applying for tickets has changed for this season.
You will no longer need to sumbit a form by fax or email, but apply in an online only process which will recognise your Priority Point order.
Specific timeslots will be open throughout the day depending on your number of Priority Points, with the 29 July online sale for Chelsea operating as follows:
8+ points: 9am
7+ points: 10am
6+ points: 11am
5+ points: 12pm
4+ points: 1pm
3+ points: 2pm
2+ points: 3pm
1+ points: 4pm
Bondholders can still purchase their tickets over the telephone on 0871 529 1966* or in person, as well as online, but Priority Points applications now need to be made online here.
Any remaining tickets will go on sale to Season Ticket Holders from 9am Saturday 30 July.
Should any tickets be released to Season Ticket Holders, they can also purchase over the telephone or in person as well as online.
Supporters who wish to apply for accessibility tickets should email [email protected] stating whether they are a wheelchair user or not, and you will be entered into the ballot for tickets.
The Hammers have received an allocation of 3,000 tickets for this match, priced at £30 adults and £23.50 under-20s, under-16s and over-65s.
*Calls are charged at 10p/min plus your phone provider's access charge