Stamford Bridge is located in West London, and the easiest way to reach the ground from Central London is by tube or rail. See the public transport section for more details.
The nearest London Underground/Overground station is:
West Brompton [WBP]
The station is located at Old Brompton Road, London SW5 9JX; 20 mins’ walk from the ground.
It is served by :
Directions to ground: from the station walk past Brompton Cemetery, until the ground is on your right.
Imperial Wharf [EUS]
The station is located at Townmead Road, London SW6; 15 mins’ walk from the ground.
It is served by:
Directions to ground: come out of station with Chelsea Harbour on your right; follow until you can turn left onto Lots Road; turn left again onto King’s Road, right onto Holmead Road, and left onto Fulham Road. The ground will be in front of you.
There are two bus stops outside Stamford Bridge on the Fulham Road. You can get to the stadium using bus routes 14, 211 and 414.
Stamford Bridge is on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/u70iv
The M25 circles London and the stadium, and will connect to many of the following roads based on location:
From City Centre
Stamford Bridge is located southwest of Central London, outside of the Congestion Charge zone. Depending on where you’re coming from, you may approach the stadium from the M4, which then becomes the A4 running through Hammersmith.
Stamford Bridge lies just north of the River Thames and Battersea Bridge, and just south of Hyde Park. The A4 passes near to the stadium, providing links to Central London to the east, and the M4 and M25 to the West.
Stamford Bridge is located in a busy residential area; parking is limited and often reserved. Paid parking facilities are located roughly 15 minutes from the stadium and can be used on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note full road closures are in place outside the stadium 90 minutes before kick-off and 60 minutes after full-time.
Stamford Bridge capacity: 41,631
Pitch size: 103m x 67.5m
Stadium address: Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS
UK Phone: 0371 811 1955
International Phone: 0044 207 386 9373
Having officially opened in 1887, Stamford Bridge is the oldest stadium in the Premier League and it has undergone a huge transformation since its humble beginnings as the home of London Athletic Club in the 19th Century.
The venue was originally offered to Fulham FC but after they turned it down, Chelsea moved into the stadium a few months after forming in March 1905.
Stamford Bridge has four, state-of-the-art, all-seater sections that are close to the pitch and can create an electric atmosphere.