Chelsea freeze ticket prices at Stamford Bridge yet again
Prices stay the same for sixth time in eight seasons
Monday 04 March 2013
Troubled Chelsea, whose fans are at odds with the interim manager, Rafael Benitez, have frozen the price of all tickets at Stamford Bridge next season, the sixth time in eight seasons they have done so.
Prices for the Premier League and European competitions will be the same as in 2011-12.
Chelsea's chief executive, Ron Gourlay, said on the club's website: "The club would like to thank our supporters for the consistently very good attendances."
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