The English top club FC Chelsea is allowed to sell despite the hard sanctions against the owner Roman Abramovich tickets for the games in the Champions League and in the FA Cup. This provides for a new license granted to the association from the British Government.

According to this, Chelsea fans are now allowed to acquire tickets for the away games of their club, but the sale of tickets at home games in the Premier League remains prohibited from the Champions League winner. The blues receive Real Madrid on April 6 to quarterfinal first leg in the premier class.

The club of the German team manager Thomas Tuchel had hit the sanctions of the British government against the Russian owner Abramovich difficult, the association may not make any player transfers, extend contracts or sell fan articles. On top of that, the main sponsor Three expanded the advertisement.

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How Chelsea is affected by UK's latest sanctions against Russia
In order to come out of the financial distress, the club must be sold as quickly as possible. The value of the association is likely to be between two and a half and three billion euros, the Swiss billionaire Hansjörg Wyss and the owners of the American baseball team Chicago Cubs should be just as interested as a consortium for Sebastian CoE, the President of the Athletics World Association.