Rail & Tube
The nearest overground train station to Stamford Bridge is West Brompton, approximately a 15-minute walk away. On exiting the station, turn right, then right again into Brompton Cemetery. The ground soon becomes visible on the right.
The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway which is on the District Line and only a few minutes from the ground. As soon as you exit the tube station follow the crowds left to the stadium. If you’re going to have a bet on the game, use this bonus code – just make sure it’s on Chelsea to win!
After games its easier walking to Earls Court tube station to avoid the crowds, this is about a 10-15 minute walk.
Away fans driving from the North should follow the M25 to junction 15, taking the M4 towards London. The M4 becomes the A4 at Hammersmith. Follow the A4 over Hammersmith flyover and turn for Earls Court after 1½ miles. Follow the one-way system to Fulham Road, turning right at the traffic lights. The stadium is situated on the right, after about 500 yards.
Fans driving from the South are advised to use the M3 as far as junction 2, leaving to join the M25. Directions to the ground are then as above.
The nearest airport to Stamford Bridge is London Heathrow, some 14 miles away. The Piccadilly Line runs from Heathrow to Earls Court tube station, which connects with Fulham Broadway.
There are several taxi companies in London that can take you to and from the stadium. You can always pre book a private hire taxi, or hail a black cab on any highway.