Why travellers should definitely venture to Chelsea Stadium for a special football tour

Chelsea football stadium

Travellers heading to Chelsea must make a trip to its legendary football stadium that is famous around the world. Sports fans can get a treat by heading to the wonderful Stamford Bridge stadium. Chelsea Football Club has been around since 1905 and based at this top stadium since it began life. The stadium was created in 1877 before the team was formed making it one of the oldest football grounds in the world. It has a seating capacity of more than 41,000 and regularly hosts games at the weekend with other Premier League teams.

Stamford Bridge Stadium is home to Chelsea Museum that includes interactive exhibitions that help to educate travellers. It tells tourists about the history of Chelsea Football Club and how it has changed both on and off the football field. If travellers heading to the tour at the stadium want to drive they should consider going on a Sunday when it is free to do so. They can park along the North End Road, which is only a ten minute walk away from the stadium. There are many London hotels near Chelsea  that are worth staying at during a trip there.


The San Domenico House Hotel is ideal for traveler heading to this part of the capital. This boutique accommodation is found close to the trendy area of Sloane Square and has rooms and suites that are beautifully furnished with a range of art and antiques. The townhouse hotel has living spaces that offer modern amenities such as a digital telephone system, LCD television, DVD player and Wi-Fi internet. It provides lovely en-suite marble bathrooms with both a bath and a shower, and travelers feel at home as soon as they arrive at this magnificent hotel accommodation due to the excellent staff members working there.


When heading to the Chelsea Football Ground tour travellers can choose from four different types that include certain preferences. For instance there is the normal Chelsea FC Stadium Tour that includes visits to the various stands in the stadium, as well as the press room and home and away dressing rooms. Tourists can also venture through the famous tunnel and dug-out areas, and then they can head to the Chelsea Museum. There is also the Platinum Tour where visitors can go on a private tour with family and friends for a special day out.

The Tour and Lunch Package includes a two-course lunch at an eaterie at the stadium after a one-hour tour around the stadium and a visit to the museum. Finally the Legends Tour is where travelers can take a tour with a former Chelsea football player to learn about their personal experiences playing at the ground. During the tour visitors can ask questions and get an autograph, as well as have their photo taken with the Chelsea legend. Travelers will also get a handy guidebook and a helpful audio guide for the museum. Chelsea Stadium is found closest to Fulham Broadway underground station if tourists are travelling by tube.

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