Three-and-a-half months after beating Everton, the Blues will be back in action away to Aston Villa on Sunday 21 June.
That is one of four Chelsea games confirmed in the first batch of fixtures announced by the Premier League today following the global pandemic which brought a halt to English football in March.
After travelling to Aston Villa we will host Manchester City on Thursday 25 June. The following weekend is scheduled for FA Cup quarter-final action when we will play Leicester City away on Sunday 28 June.
Our next league match is away to West Ham, which will take place on Wednesday 1 July. All will be behind closed doors.
Supporters are reminded these games will be played behind closed doors. Fans will not be admitted to the stadiums and for our home games, the whole Stamford Bridge site will be closed to the public.
Please do not travel to Stamford Bridge or congregate in the nearby streets on match days. The same applies to away stadiums. The games can be followed via TV coverage, or audio and text commentaries on this website and the 5th Stand app. There will also be updates on the club’s social media.
Sky Sports will broadcast our games at Villa and West Ham, with BT Sport holding the rights to the Man City match and Leicester FA Cup tie.
The full confirmed details of our first post-lockdown fixtures are as follows:
Aston Villa v Chelsea – Sunday 21 June – 4.15pm – live on Sky Sports
Chelsea v Manchester City – Thursday 25 June – 8.15pm – live on BT Sport
Leicester City v Chelsea (FA Cup) – Sunday 28 June – 4pm – live on BT Sport
West Ham United v Chelsea – Wednesday 1 July – 8.15pm – live on Sky Sports
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