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- Chelsea will visit King Power Stadium in the Emirates FA Cup on Sunday 18 March (4:30pm GMT kick-off)
- Leicester City will compete with the seven-time winners for a place in the semi-finals
- The last meeting between the two sides ended in a 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge in January
- Ticket details have been confirmed and are outlined in full below

The Foxes have beaten Fleetwood TownPeterborough United and Sheffield United so far in the prestigious cup competition while Chelsea have overcome Newcastle United, Norwich City and Hull City.

Last month, the two sides played out an entertaining 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridgewith Claude Puel's men delivering an impressive performance in the capital. 

This last-eight encounter, live on BBC One, will be the 112th competitive meeting between City and Chelsea, with the Club securing 25 victories and 31 draws against the seven-time FA Cup winners. 

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Ticket details have also been confirmed, detailed below. Please note that some Season Ticket Holders will not have their seats on reserve due to Chelsea taking a full 15 per cent allocation.

Information about the steps these supporters should take are outlined below. STHs sales start online from 10:30am on Friday 23 February, before in-store and phone sales commence at 9am on Monday 16 February.

Season Ticket Holders and Fox Members prices

All public areas:

Adults - £22
Seniors 65+ & Under-22s - £17
Under-18s - £15
Under-12s - £10

First Floor seating*:

Adults - £45
Seniors 65+ & Under-22s - £45
Under-18s - £45
Under-12s - £45

General Sale prices

All public areas:

Adults - £28
Seniors 65+ & Under-22s - £22
Under-18s - £20
Under-12s - £15

First Floor seating*:

Adults - £50
Seniors 65+ & Under-22s - £50
Under-18s - £50
Under-12s - £50

*Includes Matchday Magazine & tea/coffee at half time.

Sales dates

- Season Ticket Holders** - Online at 10:30am on Friday 23 February, in-person or by phone from 9am on Monday 26 February

- Block K/L/P/P1 Season Ticket Holders*** - Online at 6pm on Wednesday 28 February, in-person or by phone from 9am on Thursday 1 March

- Fox Members and all Season Ticket Holders - Online at 6pm on Thursday 1 March, in-person or by phone from 9am on Friday 2 March

- General sale - Online from 6pm on Monday 5 March, in-person or by phone from 9am on Tuesday 6 March

** Season Ticket Holder seats will be on reserve until 5:30pm on Wednesday 28 February. Tickets will then come off sale for Season Ticket Holders until 6pm on Thursday 1 March.

*** Season Ticket Holders in the following areas will NOT have their Season Ticket seats on reserve due to Chelsea taking the full 15 per cent allocation:

- Block K1 
- Block L1 
- Block P

- Block P1**** - Rows A to L; seats 63-75, Row M; seats 63-69, Rows N to T; seats 63-71, Rows U to PP; seats 59-71

However, once Season Ticket Holder seats are released at 5:30pm on Wednesday 28 February, supporters in the bracket above will be given a 24-hour window to purchase any released seats.

**** Other seats in Block P1 that are not mentioned above will be on reserve for Season Ticket Holders and can be purchased through the first Season Ticket Holder window.

Please note that the FA Cup Scheme will not be in operation for this fixture. Therefore, each Season Ticket Holder will be required to purchase their own tickets.

All supporters will be given the option of a barcode paper ticket or Print at Home. Supporters selecting Print at Home will be able to print their tickets off at home and bring them to the game and scan in as usual.

Match tickets are strictly sold one ticket per Season Ticket Holders and Fox Member. Tickets on general sale will be limited to four tickets per person.

Any supporter purchasing concession tickets will be required to register and allocate the tickets to the supporters using the tickets.

Car parking 

Car parking will be available at £5 per space and will be available on the relevant dates above.

Hospitality

Hospitality is available from just £90 + VAT for this fixture and is available to non-seasonal hospitality clients from 12pm on Thursday 1 March.

For further information, or to book, please call 0344 815 5000 (option 2) or email hospitality@lcfc.co.uk.

How to purchase your Season Ticket seat during the sales window

Once you have logged in on lcfc.com, please go to the Tickets tab at the top, then go to the Tickets Tab in the bar below, and select Reserved Tickets.

You will then have the option of selecting the Season Ticket Seats you wish to purchase. Please note in order to purchase tickets for supporters in your party, you must have them linked to your account.

Please put a tick in the box next to the tickets you wish to purchase, click proceed. This will then add the tickets to your basket for you to process.

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1 minute ago, Russell sprout said:

£22 adults and £10 kids:nigel:

my season ticket works out a lot less per game than that,

il go but the club is being greedy on this one 

Hardly

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£28 to those who don't have a ST or membership. Pathetic. 

 

No wonder they don't have any imminent plans of expanding the stadium, the owners clearly don't want any more fans.

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19 minutes ago, h1210 said:

Hardly

My season ticket works out to be under £20 per game with my 10 year old daughter and 5 year old lad in the family stand,

so ‘hardly’ doesn’t quite cuz it,

when it’s gonna cost £42 to watch the same Chelsea my kids did for a lot less back in September 

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9 minutes ago, gonnabeblueforever said:

Anybody actually bought their tickets yet - I have just gone online and our tickets are not showing in reserved tickets section

Mine are listed.

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11 minutes ago, gonnabeblueforever said:

Anybody actually bought their tickets yet - I have just gone online and our tickets are not showing in reserved tickets section

 

2 minutes ago, Bayfox said:

Mine are listed.

 

Same

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The club continue to amaze me. They should be wanting the ground full - it's a chance to get into the semis ffs. Yet again shit pricing. £22 is ridiculous. 

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3 minutes ago, Fox92 said:

The club continue to amaze me. They should be wanting the ground full - it's a chance to get into the semis ffs. Yet again shit pricing. £22 is ridiculous. 

 

The sad thing is it wouldn't surprise me if this does sell out. There must be a fair few local armchair Chelsea followers who'll happily pay that for the chance to actually go and see their team whether they're in with home fans or not, because it's not an expense they normally contend with.

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are we 100% sure that the club actually sets the price in the FA? isnt it agreed between the two clubs? I know it used to be that the FA set the prices not sure if that is still the case.

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Sure it'd be nicer to be cheaper, or even free, but £22 is reasonable for Leicester vs Chelsea in a FA Cup Quarter Final. 

 

As for £28 for non-STH... isn't that cheaper than any ticket for the Stoke game tomorrow?

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Craig said:

Sure it'd be nicer to be cheaper, or even free, but £22 is reasonable for Leicester vs Chelsea in a FA Cup Quarter Final. 

 

As for £28 for non-STH... isn't that cheaper than any ticket for the Stoke game tomorrow?

 

 

£38 quid in the Kop. Absolutely awful match day pricing from the club.

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1 hour ago, goose2010 said:

are we 100% sure that the club actually sets the price in the FA? isnt it agreed between the two clubs? I know it used to be that the FA set the prices not sure if that is still the case.

Competition Proper

Immediately after the draw is known, the Club playing at home shall decide on the prices of admission, subject to a minimum price of £10.00 for all spectators other than concessions. The away Club’s spectators can only be charged more than the home Club’s spectators if mutually agreed by both Clubs.

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2 hours ago, Fox92 said:

The club continue to amaze me. They should be wanting the ground full - it's a chance to get into the semis ffs. Yet again shit pricing. £22 is ridiculous. 

End of the day they know this will sell out, so we’re held to ransom

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9 hours ago, Russell sprout said:

£22 adults and £10 kids:nigel:

my season ticket works out a lot less per game than that,

il go but the club is being greedy on this one 

Are you joking? It is the FA Cup quarter final. I think the prices are quite good considering 

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We are charging £22 for season ticket holders that is a lot better then I was expecting. I am sure the people complaining about the cost will be happier staying at home and watching it in BBC at least they won’t have to pay extra. 

 

Oh im waiting for the back lash 

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