Chelsea Football Club Stamford Bridge Stadium Tour Day Excursion
Our partner: Tourope UK Ltd
Our partner: Tourope UK Ltd
If you are a Chelsea supporter, then this is the tour for you. With 6 different tours to choose from, there is something for everyone. For example, if you choose the Chelsea Legends Tour, your tour guide would be a Chelsea Legend, such as Ron Harris, Eddie Newton, Carlo Cudicini, Tore Andre Flo and Paulo Ferreira where you will be able to ask questions and take photographs with them and hear anecdotes from their Chelsea careers. This 90-minute tour experience includes special behind-the-scene locations including the media room, home dressing room, players’ tunnel and pitchside with the bonus of one of Chelsea’s players with you throughout. Tickets for the Legends Tours include access to the award-winning Chelsea FC Museum, a set of Chelsea FC headphones and a magnificent souvenir photograph with the Premier League, FA Cup, Europa League and Champions League trophies.
Premier Legend Tour
Classic and Lunch Package
Stamford & Bridge
The Museum Only
Stamford Bridge is the football stadium in Fulham, London. The stadium is situated adjacent to Chelsea district in south-west London and known as The Bridge. It is home to the Chelsea Football Club, playing in the Premier League, English football's top tier we can say. The stadium has a capacity for 41,837 and is the ninth-largest venue in the Premier League season 2019-20. The club plans to expand its capacity to 63,000 during the 2023-24 season. Chelsea plans to play at Wembley Stadium until it is back in 2024 when the expansion begins. Stamford Bridge’s history is deeper than anyone can imagine. It goes back to the Victorian era. It was opened in 1877 and used by the London Athletic Club until, as early as 1905, new owner Gus Mears formed the Chelsea Football Club to take over the property. In the 90s it was converted as a new, all-seater stadium has undergone major improvements. Stamford Bridge was the host of foreign matches for the United Kingdom, FA Cup Finals, FA Cup semi-final matches and Charity Shield matches. It has also been the site of many other events, including cricket, the rugby, speedway, racing for the greyhound, baseball and football events and activities. The highest level of official attendance was for Chelsea-Arsenal League match on 12 October 1935 with the number of 82,905 football lovers. In 1945, one of the most important matches in its history was played by Stamford Bridge. At the end of the Second World World War, the Soviet FC Dynamo Moscow was invited to visit the United Kingdom. An estimated 100,000 people caught up in Stamford Bridge to see this thrilling score of 3-3, including several fans on the dog trail and over the stands.