Chelsea Football Club’s Fans’ Forum is looking for new members who wish to keep a relationship running between club and supporters.

Biennially the Fans’ Forum selects a new group of Blues to take part in the meetings that happen four times a year and help the club develop a better understanding of the issues that affect Chelsea supporters and discuss new ideas to improve the ongoing relationship.

Set up seven years ago, the Forum has four main targets, the first of which is to ensure supporters feel valued in their loyalty to Chelsea.

Chelsea endeavours to provide supporters with the facilities and conditions they expect. The club also aims to increase the supporter base and develop a business structure that underpins a successful football team.

If you can offer the kind of input the fans require, and are prepared to sit on the Forum for two years, then you can apply for a seat by downloading and completing the application form now.

As Chelsea continues our wish to meet the needs of all our fans, supporters on the Fans’ Forum are drawn from a number of categories including season ticket holders, club members, over 60-year-old fans, 16 to 21-year-old fans and disabled fans.

Chelsea has appointed the Electoral Reform Services (ERS), an independent balloting organisation, to administer the selection process. Fans have until 10 June 2011 to apply.

The four meetings per season usually take place at the stadium on home match days and generally before kick-off.

There are vacancies for fans to stand in the following categories:
  • Club member (one vacancy)
  • Disabled (one vacancy)
  • Over 65 (one vacancy)
  • Supporters’ clubs (three vacancies)