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Where can I find Chelsea football programmes online?

Chelsea Football Club programmes can be obtained from a selection of online sources, including both official and unofficial means. As one of the most successful teams in English football, Chelsea's programme is a slick and professional magazine and is usually sold at Stamford Bridge Stadium on a matchday at a cost of £3 (as of 01.05.2011, on

Official sources
Chelsea Football Club's main website has a page dedicated to the club's official match-day programme, where fans can buy season-long subscriptions for £35 (as of 01.05.2011, on as well as previous issues. Furthermore, E-members of gain access to particular parts of the Chelsea programme, such as both the captain and the manager's programme notes. To access this web page, visit, go to the "Matches" tab and click on "Matchday programme" from the drop-down list.
Chelsea Football Club's website also hosts its own mega-store, which has a limited supply of previous programmes and programme-related products available. Visit and type programme" into the search box at the top of the page to display all the programmes and related products available at that time.

Other websites
Chelsea Programmes is the most prominent unofficial website dedicated solely to selling past issues of Chelsea Football Club programmes. Dating back to the 1940s, offers a massive library of previous and historic programmes, including magazines from some of the most significant fixtures in the club's history. As well as selling programmes, will also buy programmes from collectorsin order to sell these on their website. Alternatives
Many other websites have Chelsea programmes for sale, such as, or, as well as programmes from scores of other clubs around the country and the world.

Auction Websites
As with a great number of items, is a rich resource for Chelsea Football Club programmes, although you will have to compete with other collectors and buyers. Having online purchase competition can inflate the price of certain programmes.
Pay attention to the delivery options available to you when searching for Chelsea memorabilia on Ebay to make sure that you do not pay over the odds. Alternatives
You may also wish to search alternative auction websites for Chelsea Football club programmes, such as,, or Although alternative websites host less items than Ebay, you may find rare or unusual Chelsea programmes at very low prices as there are less competing bidders on these alternative websites.

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