The home of Chelsea F.C.
A guide to Chelsea's Stamford Bridge Stadium
Stamford Bridge is the home of Chelsea, who have been playing there since forming in 1905. The stadium is in Fulham in west London and has hosted many significant club and international matches including FA Cup Finals and Charity Shield games. Its location also gives visitors access to a fascinating part of London, with the boroughs of Chelsea, Kensington, and Battersea on your doorstep.
What the Stadium has to offer
Chelsea’s home stadium is an essential visit for fans, with a variety of tours available on non-matchdays. You can visit the dressing rooms, the tunnel, and the dug-out areas, giving you an exciting new perspective as well as insight and stories from your tour guides. You’ll also get access to the museum, immersing visitors in over 100 years of the club’s history.
The football ground started life as an athletics field in 1877, evolving over the years to become the home of Chelsea and one of London’s major sports arenas. It’s set to evolve further when the stadium is rebuilt into a stunning new landmark 90,000 seater arena for 2020.
How to get there
The stadium is easily accessible by public transport, with Fulham Broadway Tube Station on the District Line just a couple of minutes’ walk away. There are also two overground railway stations within walking distance; West Brompton and Imperial Wharf, connecting to London’s major stations.
Making the most of your visit
Stamford Bridge is in a fantastic part of west London, offering visitors a wealth of sights and attractions. Nearby is Kensington and its world famous museums and galleries, including the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, and the Victoria and Albert Museum. You can also see up-and-coming artists at the Saatchi Gallery, and admire the understated grandeur of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, home of the Chelsea Pensioner war veterans.