Chelsea has been banned from selling match tickets and only season ticket holders can attend matches after Russian owner Roman Abramovich was sanctioned by the British government.
Abramovich, who has close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, had his assets frozen, leaving the European champions in limbo.
One result of this is that Chelsea will not be allowed to sell tickets for home and away games.
Only season ticket holders will be allowed to attend the Blues’ remaining games for the campaign, which will affect the attendance numbers.
The Blues are believed to have around 28,000 season ticket holders, but the capacity at Stamford Bridge is just over 40,000.
Away fans of Chelsea’s rivals may be able to attend games with Premier League chiefs working on a solution.
Any proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to the Premier Leaguer and this money could then be sent to humanitarian aid based in Ukraine.
Fans will be allowed to buy food and drink on the ground.
But as a result of the sanctions, they will not be able to sell the club.
Chelsea was put up for sale by Abramovich last week and he was hoping to get £3 billion.