What’s Happening With Chelsea Megastore, Tickets And Merchandise Sales After Todd Boehly Takeover

Chelsea’s now complete takeover not only came as a relief to fans who were anxiously awaiting Roman Abramovich to make his next decision on his long-term heir to the Stamford Bridge hot seat, but also to club employees at all times. levels.

The players had played the second half of the season knowing all the turmoil and uncertainty off the pitch with Abramovich’s sanction and what it could mean for their footballing future in west London. But it’s not just the squad of players who have been blindsided by this whole situation. JClub employees who work in different areas like the megastore, ticketing and hospitality have seen their own lives turned upside down by the sanctions imposed by the UK government.

As a result, many employees were waiting for this situation to be resolved, with the megastore, ticket office and reception areas all affected by this whole situation, but not anymore, from May 30th. The club and the board of directors have confirmed that Boehly and its consortium Clearlake Capital have fully completed their takeover, ending months of uncertainty for all those associated with Chelsea Football Club.

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The initial statement which was released first, read in several parts: “Roman Abramovich has completed the sale of Chelsea Football Club and related companies to an investment group led by Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital. Throughout this process, we have worked closely with the UK Government, in particular the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the UK Treasury, as well as with the Premier League, the FA and UEFA. In order to complete the transaction, we needed the consents and approvals of everyone, and in particular the UK government.

“We were able to obtain all necessary consents, as well as other licenses required in Portugal, Canada and Jersey due to the previous ownership structure.”

With everything now settled regarding the sale of the Blues which is expected to total around £4.25billion, as well as the upcoming summer transfer window for both men and women, Boehly and co will ensure that all operations in a immediate future resume as normal, which means the Chelsea megastore, which is already offering up to 80% off select items from 2021/22 as a thank you gift, as well as ticketing and select retail spaces reception, will reopen its doors in the days and weeks to come.