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Stamford Bridge

Sport and fitness, Stadiums Chelsea
3 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

Time Out says

Located on the posh side of London in Fulham, Stamford Bridge football stadium is home to Premier League giants Chelsea. The pitch was originally opened as an athletics track in 1877, but adopted the Blues in 1905 and never looked back. When they reached 100 years there a Centenary Museum was opened at the grounds, showcasing the evolution of the club through artefacts and memorabilia. A ticket for a behind-the-scenes stadium tour will gain you access to the museum, as well as various stands, the press room, dressing rooms, the tunnel and dug-outs.



Address: Fulham Rd
Price: all tickets sold (otherwise £32-£64)
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3 out of 5 stars

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My boyfriend being a Chelsea fan, I've ended up going to matches a couple times with him and I must say i quite like the atmosphere at Stamford Bridge! The place gets really busy but the staff is helpful and the whole thing is pretty organised.
There's a decent amount of toilets so you never have to wait for hours (even if there's a queue it usually goes rather quickly). 
Always a shame not being able to bring your drinks back to your seats obviously. I personally find it impossible to queue up for a pint and down it in two seconds during half time but lots of people seem to be doing it... 

I visited this stadium in the VIP box.

The service was excellent and a wide range of complimentary drinks were included.

However the food was disappointing and didn't taste of any quality.

The experience was awesome, and it's a lovely stadium with the staff happily interacting with us throughout.


Having only attended this old fashioned style ground as an away fan I can only comment on the facilities in that section.

Getting to the ground is easy on London's public transport and on arrival the stewards were welcoming and the bar staff friendly creating a pleasant pre match atmosphere. The toilets were above average for a football stadium and the seating was surprisingly roomy, even for me at 6' 5".

After the game the home fans were well behaved, even taking the time to chat with the away supporters in some cases.

The only negative is the regular poor results my team achieves at the ground.

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