Chelsea F.C. Women Elevate the Experience for Tickets for Good members

Under the lights at Stamford Bridge, the iconic Chelsea ground, history was made as Chelsea Women clinched a thrilling 3-1 victory over Arsenal in front of a record attendance of over 32,000 fans on Friday. Amidst the electrifying atmosphere, two lucky groups from Tickets for Good were treated to a unique experience. Selected at random from Tickets for Good members who attended the game, these fortunate members were not just spectators; they were participants in a one-of-a-kind pitch-side and player-walk experience.

One of our attendees said, "We had such a good experience, so much better than we were expecting. Going onto the pitch and watching the players warm up, meeting the players off their coach. Fantastic seats too. We will definitely book again."

Whilst another said, '"Thank you so much again for the amazing opportunity! It was really fun being part of the player arrival experience and being able to see the players up close as well being able to be involved in the pitch side activities such as interacting with the Chelsea mascot. The whole experience was a really great way to build up excitement for the game!! :)"

You can see Chelsea’s next match, with an exclusive 2-for-1 offer on tickets available only to Tickets for Good members! Chelsea will face Ajax in the second leg of the UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final on March 27th, where only the winner will advance to the semi-finals. Chelsea has a 0-3 advantage after the first match so expect lots more goals, celebrations and passionate support!

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NHS Staff - Charity Workers - Ticket Bank (Cost of Living grant recipients)

TfG members were pitch-side before kickoff to witness the pre-match warmups

Tickets for Good members were at the heart of the action

Our members were well looked after by all the staff at Chelsea

Nearly 33,000 people made this a record achievement

Tickets for Good has a wide range of sporting fixtures available on the site.

Check them out here : NHS staff - Charity Workers - Cost of Living recipients