FA Cup tie will be a 40,000 Stamford Bridge sell-out
The Herald|January 22, 2022
PLYMOUTH Argyle have received reports of individuals touting tickets on social media platforms at higher than the face value for the sold-out FA Cup clash against European champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next month.

The League One club have stated that should they be able to trace these actions to ticket holders on their system ‘appropriate action’ will be taken.

Supporters who have missed out on tickets for the fourth round on Saturday, February 5 are also being advised to be ‘extremely vigilant when attempting to purchase tickets through third parties as many will be fake’.

The last few remaining tickets for the Green Army were snapped up yesterday morning, with close to 6,000 fans making the trip to Chelsea.

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