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Chelsea vs Leeds will be an exciting fixture with plenty of action on the pitch. Chelsea are one of the most successful teams in English football, while Leeds have a competitive nature and will bring an element of excitement to the game only they can. So make sure you don’t miss your chance to get cheap Chelsea vs Leeds Tickets, whether you’re a Chelsea, Leeds or football fan in general, this is one not to be missed.

Leeds United vs Chelsea Tickets

Chelsea FC

Chelsea is one of the few clubs in English football history never to be relegated from the Premier League. There have been six Premier League titles won by Chelsea since the league began in 1992. In addition, they have won four FA Community Shields, five League Cups, and eight FA Cups.

Some of Chelsea’s legends include Eden Hazard, Didier Drogba, John Terry and Frank Lampard, their all-time highest goalscorer. Lampard scored a total of 211 goals between 2001-2014.

Stamford Bridge

Stamford Bridge, located in West London, has been the home of the Blues since 1905. In terms of capacity, the stadium ranks eleventh in England and ninth in the Premier League. As well as Chelsea matches, the stadium has hosted a number of England international matches and FA Cup Finals and Semi-finals as well as Charity Shield games.

As an athletics track, the stadium was converted into a football ground in 1905, and again as a modern all-seater stadium in the 1990s.

Leeds United

Since their admission to the Football League in 1920, Leeds United has competed in the top two tiers of English football (with the exception of three seasons in the third tier). Leeds have won three English league titles, one FA Cup, one League Cup, two Charity Shields and two Inter-Cities Fairs Cups.

Some legends to have graced the hallowed turf of Elland Road include Peter Lorimer, Gordon Strachan, Gary McAllister, and James Milner.

Elland Road

Since their formation in 1919, Leeds have played at Elland Road in Beeston in West Yorkshire. It’s the 14th largest stadium in England and has hosted FA Cup semi-final matches, England international fixtures and was selected as one of eight venues for the Euro 96.

The ground has four stands - the Don Revie Stand, the Jack Charlton Stand, the Norman Hunter South Stand and the John Charles Stand. The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 37,792, but there are plans to increase this in the near future.