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GETTING TO STAMFORD BRIDGE

7 January 2016

Ahead of this weekend's FA Cup clash at Stamford Bridge, we provide the lowdown on the Premier League champions' home...

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Club Details...

Chelsea Football Club
Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS
Mileage: 177 Miles

Stamford Bridge...
Away fans are located on one side of the Shed End (towards the East Stand side). The view from this area of the ground is pretty good and the refreshment areas are modern looking. There are televisions on the concourses, showing amongst other things at half time, highlights from the first half. There is a range of food and drink on offer, but like a number of London Premier League clubs it is quite pricey; 'Shed Load' Burgers (£5.60), Chicken Strips and Lattice Fries (£6), Hot Dogs (£4.20), Corn on the Cob (£4.20), Chicken Curry Pie (£3.80), Minced Beef and Onion Pie (£3.80) and Lattice Fries (£3.90). Alcohol is also available in the form of Singha Beer (bottle £4.20).

By Car...
The journey to London should take around three-and-a-half hours depending on traffic. Firstly, when leaving Glanford Park, take the first exit at the roundabout by Tesco onto Doncaster Road. Then at the following roundabout, take the first exit once more onto the M181. Next, you need to take the exit onto M180 towards Hull (6.4 mi). Then at junction 4, take the A15 exit to Scunthorpe (0.3 mi). At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the A15, then for the next 11 roundabouts, you need to take the 2nd exit twice, before then taking the 3rd exit onto the A46. At the next roundabout, it's the 2nd exit once more, and then a 3rd exit at Skellingthorpe Roundabout. Then at the next 6 roundabouts, it's the 2nd exit each time, with the final roundabout taking you onto the A1 slip road. Once you've merged onto the A1 continue straight onto Great N Rd/A1 and stay on the A1 for 111 miles. At Stirling Corner, take the 2nd exit onto Barnet Way/Barnet By-Pass/A1, and then turn left on Watford way. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Barnet By-Pass, and then continue onto Hendon Way. You'll then need to use the left lane to take the A406 slip road, and then at Brent Cross Interchange take the 3rd exit onto the A406 slip road to the North. After this merge onto N Circular Rd and then use the left lane to turn slightly left onto N Circular Rd. Then using the left two lanes, turn slightly left onto Western Avenue. After continuing onto Westway, use the left lane to take the A3220 slip road to Westminster. At the subsequent two roundabouts you'll need to take the 2nd exit onto the A3220. Using then the 2nd from right lane, turn slightly right onto Warwick Gardens and then use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Pembroke Road. Then turn right onto Fulham Road, where Stamford Bridge will be visible.

By Train or London Underground...
The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway which is on the District Line. Take a tube to Earls Court and if necessary, change for a Wimbledon bound tube. The nearest overground train station is West Brompton, which is served by trains from Clapham Junction (which is in turn served by trains from London Waterloo and Victoria stations).

Parking at Stamford Bridge...
A number of local resident schemes are in operation around the stadium, so you may well end up having to park some way from the ground itself.

Programme & Fanzines...
Official Programme £3
Chelsea Independent Fanzine £1.50
CFCUK Fanzine: £1

Stadium Tours of Stamford Bridge...
The club offer tours of the ground, which are available daily between 10am and 4pm. The only exceptions are matchdays, the day before Champions League fixture, and bank holidays. The tour lasts for around 60 minutes and is coupled with a visit to the new Chelsea Museum. It costs*; Adults £19, Concessions £14, Under 16's £13 (Under 5's go free), Family Ticket 2 Adults + 2 Children £48. To book your tour call 0871 984 1955 or book online via the club website. If you wish you can just visit the museum. This costs; Adults £11, Concessions £10, Children £9 and this does not need to be pre-booked.

*The prices quoted are for tours booked online. Prices increase by up to £3 per ticket for those paying on arrival or via the telephone.


Concessions apply to: Senior Citizens, Students (with valid ID), Disabled (Carer goes free).

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