Our opponents for the group stage of the 2023/24 UEFA Women’s Champions League have been confirmed with the six fixtures now set.
Having emerged from the 2022/23 campaign as England’s domestic champions, the Blues were situated in Pot 1 for the draw and have been placed in Group D alongside Real Madrid, BK Hacken of Sweden and Paris FC.
The fixtures are as follows:
Wednesday 15 November (8pm): Real Madrid vs Chelsea
Thursday 23 November (8pm): Chelsea vs Paris FC
Thursday 14 December (8pm): Chelsea vs Hacken
Wednesday 20 December (8pm): Hacken vs Chelsea
Wednesday 24 January (8pm): Chelsea vs Real Madrid
Tuesday 30 January (5.45pm): Paris FC vs Chelsea
During the draw ceremony in Nyon, 16 clubs were drawn into four groups each comprising of four teams.
The group phase will run between 14 November and 31 January and the top two sides from each group will progress to the knockout phase.
Real Madrid have reached the group stage in the three seasons since the round’s introduction in 2021/22. We faced the Spaniards at this stage last season and took four points from six available with a 2-0 home victory and a 1-1 draw on our travels.
Our Swedish duo of Zecira Musovic and Johanna Rytting Kaneryd will be returning to their homeland as we take on BK Hacken – the latter’s previous club – who edged past FC Twente in the second round of qualifying to reach the group stage.
We will also face Paris FC with France the second nation to have three teams in the group stage after Germany in 2021/22. Paris is the second city to have two teams in the group stage after London in 2021/22 and 2022/23.
Emma Hayes’ side reached the semi-finals of the competition last season where we narrowly fell to Barcelona across two legs. The squad will be aiming to go a step further and claim the ultimate prize when we kick off our European journey next month.
UEFA Women’s Champions League Group Stage Fixtures
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Ticket sales information
Ticket sales for the home matches will be as follows:
Monday 23 October from 10am: Tickets will be available to Kingsmeadow season ticket holders (one ticket per person).
Tuesday 24 October from 10am: Tickets will be available to Kingsmeadow season ticket holders and Stamford Bridge package holders (one ticket per person).
Wednesday 25 October from 10am: Tickets will go on general sale (10 tickets per person).
Supporters who hold a Kingsmeadow season ticket and Stamford Bridge WSL ticket package will need to purchase a ticket as this fixture as it is not covered in these packages.
Tickets will be sold online only.
Tickets for these fixtures will initially only be available in the East Lower.
Tickets will be dispatched via print@home.
All persons under the age of 16 will be required to attend the relevant area of the Ground with, and sit in the Ground next to, a person over 18 years of age.
Accessible Supporters Application Process
Supporters who require accessible tickets can submit an application form found here; which can be submitted during the relevant selling period.
Alternatively, supporters can call our access team on 0371 811 2012 or 0044 207 915 1950 for international callers to reserve your tickets or enquire about further information.
To receive a personal assistant ticket, supporters who have not previously purchased through us must provide a copy of Proof of Disability that is dated within the last 12 months to us via email@example.com.
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Supporters can submit applications for car parking from Tuesday 31 October at 10am by clicking here.
Supporters will be required to display their blue badge while parked at the Chelsea FC site.
Supporters will receive 0 (zero) loyalty point for this match.
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This matches will be played at Stamford Bridge.
Match dates and ticket on-sale dates are subject to change. All ticket sales are subject to availability. Please check the website for the latest information.