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Historically, Chelsea vs Southampton matches have been closely contested and have had a good level of intensity with the opportunity to see some of the world’s best players in action, as well as the atmosphere and energy of the crowd. If you are a fan of either Chelsea or Southampton, or if you are a general football fan, it will be a great experience to see Chelsea vs Southampton.

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Southampton vs Chelsea Tickets

Chelsea FC

As one of six teams never to be relegated from the Premier League, west London’s Chelsea are one of the most successful clubs in English football history. They have titles such as the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup, the Europa League and the Champions League to prove this. Their attractive and attacking style of play is exciting to watch, that has been influenced by players such as Didier Drogba, John Terry, and Eden Hazard.

Stamford Bridge

Chelsea and their loyal fans call Stamford Bridge home. Their iconic ‘Shed End’ stand has overseen many important matches and events throughout their history, including FA Cup Finals, League Cup Finals, Champions League matches, and international matches to name a few.

Stamford Bridge is one of the oldest and most historic stadiums in England that has attracted football fans from around the world since being the residence of Chelsea in 1905.


Southampton Football Club, commonly referred to as ‘Saints’, were founded in 1885 and has played at St Mary's Stadium since 2001. Southampton has had a mixed history, the team has been mostly playing in the top flight of English football, with a few seasons in the lower divisions. The club's greatest achievement is winning the FA Cup in 1976 and reaching the final again in 2003. They also have been runners-up in the League Cup twice, in 1979 and 2017.

Southampton have had several notable managers throughout their history, including Lawrie McMenemy, Gordon Strachan and Ralph Rangnick. The team has also had several notable players such as Matt Le Tissier, Alan Shearer, and Rickie Lambert.

St Mary’s Stadium

St Mary's, Southampton, has been the club's home ground since 2001. The stadium has a seating capacity of 32,505, making it one of the larger stadiums in the Premier League. The stadium's design is modern, with four stands, all of which are of a similar height, providing an excellent view of the pitch from all seats.

St Mary's had a recent renovation in 2019, for this, it is considered as one of the most modern stadiums in England and a must-see for any football fan. It is also known for its great atmosphere and noise level during the matches, which makes the matchday experience unique.