How to get to Stamford Bridge Stadium
The closest Stamford Bridge train station is Fulham Broadway on the District line, or if you want to take the train to Chelsea FC’s grounds, there are also two Overground stations (West Brompton and Imperial Wharf) within a 15-minute walk of the stadium.
If you’re travelling from London Euston to the Chelsea Stadium, you can take the Hammersmith & City Underground line to Edgware Road before switching to the District line to Fulham Broadway. The stadium is just a 5-minute walk from Fulham Broadway station, and the total journey time is under 40 minutes. Alternatively, take the Victoria line to Victoria station, then the District to Fulham Broadway, for a journey of just over 30 minutes.
You could also take the bus to the stadium, with services 14, 211 and 414 stopping outside Stamford Bridge. The river boat also runs from Monday to Friday. You can take the boat to Chelsea Harbour, which is roughly a 15-minute walk to Stamford Bridge.
What to do at Stamford Bridge Stadium
Stamford Bridge is the home of the Premier League club, Chelsea FC. It’s the former host of the FA Cup Final, holding the event between 1920 and 1922 until it was moved to Wembley. The stadium has also held a variety of other sporting events over the years, including rugby, cricket, American football and greyhound racing.
About Stamford Bridge Stadium
Built in 1876 and opened on 28th April 1877, Stamford Bridge was the home of the London Athletic Club until 1905, when Chelsea Football Club was formed. It’s been the base of Chelsea FC ever since, although the stadium has undergone various renovations over the years. It has a capacity of 40,834, making it the ninth-largest of the 2021/22 Premier League season stadiums.