Chelsea FC — Tour of Stamford Bridge

Address:
Chelsea FC, Fulham Road, Chelsea, London
Tel:
0871 984 1905

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
15th October 2018 30th December 2019 Every day, except match days — check their website to be sure
Tours run every 30 minutes from 10 AM to 3 PM
Museum opens between 9.30 AM and 5 PM (last admission 4.30 PM)
Running time:
1 hour
Tickets & Cost:
Standard tour: Adult £24; Child (5-15) £15; Infant (under-5) free
Legends tour: £80
See chelseafc.com for more information

Getting to Chelsea FC

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Walk in the footsteps of your football heroes on a tour of Stamford Bridge stadium.

You'll be able to go behind the scenes and pretend you're Maurizio Sarri in the dug-out, pretend you're Kerry Dixon in the dressing rooms (I'm going back a few years now!), pretend you're John Terry in the players' tunnel, and Ruud Gullit on the pitch.

After the tour is over you will be able to see the club's trophies and most treasured memorabilia in the Chelsea Museum.

If you want to make your tour an extra bit special then why not try one of their 'Legends Tours', where you'll get led around by a famous name from Chelsea's past. The current list of legends is Ron Harris, Eddie Newton, Carlo Cudicini, Tore Andre Flo and Paulo Ferreira (subject to change).

If you enjoy this tour then you might also enjoy the Wembley Stadium tour. You might even like Arsenal's Emirates Stadium tour (but not if you're a die-hard Chelsea fan, obviously!). You might like to take your kid to see some football on Hackney Marshes as well.

 

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