The stadium is one of the top ten biggest of the Premier League with a capacity of 41,000 seats. Prepare your visit to Stamford Bridge so you don't get lost in the crowds!
The stadium is accessible from Central London by railway with the nearest tube station being Fulham Broadway. Alternatively, you can reach the vicinity from both West Brompton and Imperial Wharf (a 15 minute walk from the entrance). Several buses serve the two stations, named Stamford Bridge and Fulham Road.
The North entrance, called The Matthew Harding Stand, is dedicated to the former Chelsea director who supported the club in its renovations. The South entrance is named Shed End, a nickname given by the fans. Historically the stand was for the most fervent and loudest supporters. The East and West stands do not have any special name. Note that the West stand is the main entrance and home to the Millennium Suites which are named after Chelsea players.
The museum dedicated to the history of the club and its players. Collections feature jerseys, official pictures and trophies as well as a memorial wall. The ashes of legendary player Peter Leslie Osgood are laid under The Shed penalty spot.
Visit south London and its museums, breweries and historical monuments near Stamford Bridge.
This independent brewery produces several brews, craft ale, craft keg and bottles. Its flagship brew is the Wandle, a light and bitter amber beer taking its name from the nearby river Wandle. Visit this family brewery for a good time after the match with your mates.
Immerse yourself in the author’s Victorian house and get a glimpse at Thomas Carlyle’s life. The philosopher, essayist and historian left a rich collection of work such as ‘On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History’ or ‘The French Revolution: A History’ which was the inspiration to Charles Dickens’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities’. Carlyle is also a renowned mathematician and father to the Carlyle circle, a method used in quadratic equations.
The museum is home to more than 70 million species, including insects, rocks and fossils. Learn about the Earth's history and the evolution of species throughout time. The dinosaur gallery is the most popular, displaying a fossilised skin of an Edmontosaurus among million-year-old skeletons