Stamford Bridge, commonly known as ‘The Bridge’, is the undeniable home of Chelsea FC and has been since the very beginning in 1905, which has become increasingly rare in this day and age.
The stadium has seen a fair share of trouble over the years with spiralling costs during renovations in the 70s almost destroying the club altogether. The club rebounded, however, and following modernisation in the 90s has gone from strength to strength.
The Bridge has hosted a myriad of events in its lifetime, from greyhound racing, rugby union, baseball and cricket to name a few, though, of course, it is known mainly for football, and, has even hosted the FA Cup Final several times in the early years.
There is always a good atmosphere in the ground, with laid back and helpful staff on hand to ensure a memorable experience, and the stadium is generally at or near full capacity such is the popularity of the blues.
Hospitality options to the stadium are numerous, with individual games available as well as annual packages which grant access to all the Premier League, FA Cup and EFL Cup home games, there is an option to suit most needs.
Fans are advised NOT to drive to Stamford Bridge due to resident parking restrictions in the area.