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Chelsea FC Stadium Tour | Visiting Stamford Bridge

Updated: March 7, 2023
 By Margaret

This post covers how to take a tour of Stamford Bridge Stadium, the home of Chelsea FC in southwest London. 

We’ll include information about ticket prices, how to get there, and other important details you might want to consider.


Stamford Bridge Stadium in South-West London has been Chelsea FC’s stadium since 1905. For those wishing to explore the legendary Stamford Bridge, there are a few great ways to visit.

Chelsea FC has won several Premier Leagues, UEFA Champions Leagues, and FA Cups in the past few decades.

So, it’s not difficult to see why the fans might want to get a closer look at the stadium that this successful club calls home!

Stamford Bridge offers a standard behind-the-scenes tour that takes guests into all areas of the Stadium.

Additionally, they offer an option to take a tour led by a legendary Chelsea FC player, an option to have a private tour with your own personal guide or just a visit to the Chelsea FC Museum.

The flag of Chelsea FC, the team playing at Stamford Bridge. Image Source: Pixabay user Jorono.

Guests can expect to walk in the footsteps of Blues legends and gain insider knowledge about the most exclusive areas of the stadium while learning the full history of the club.

Tours are available 7 days a week, all year round!

For those with tickets to a match, Stamford Bridge also provides a 20-minute ‘match-day’ experience you can add to your visit.

**Got the London Pass? This tour is INCLUDED with your London Pass purchase at no extra cost!**

Note: The Stadium will be expanding with a project set to last a year. During that time, Chelsea will be using Wembley Stadium for their home games, returning to Stamford Bridge for the 2023 season.

Stamford Bridge Stadium Tours and Tickets

There are several different types of Chelsea FC stadium tours available, including private experiences and even tours guided by former players! 

This section will cover the ticket prices, availability, duration, and hours for each Chelsea FC Stadium tour.

Chelsea FC Stadium Tour

A one-hour guided tour that takes guests behind the scenes into the guest and home dressing rooms, the press room, the trophy room, the players' tunnel, the pitchside, the stands, the dugout area, and more.

The tour finishes with free entry to the Museum.

Note: These are booking prices. You can buy tickets on arrival, but they will include a further £3.00 payment for adults and a £2.00 payment for any other ticket.

Tip: Don't forget this tour is included at no extra cost with the London Pass!

Chelsea FC Stadium and Museum Tour

This includes both the traditional 1-hour stadium tour and a 30-minute museum tour as well. While exploring the Chelsea FC Museum, a live guide will cover the huge collection of Chelsea shirts, medals, artifacts, trophies, FA Cups, and other historic items there are to see here.

  • Times: Daily at 14:40 (2:40 pm)
  • Prices:

Legends Tour

A guided tour by a former Chelsea Football Club player that gives guests the stories of the behind-the-scenes world of Chelsea.

Fans get their chance to take photographs with their legend and also a period of time set aside to ask questions.

VIP Private Tour

This is a private Chelsea stadium tour just for you with your friends and family, up to 10 people.

A live guide will provide the same access and information as the regular stadium tour in a personalized walk that includes lunch at Frankie’s Sports Bar and Grill.

  • Times: 15:10 slots available most days
  • Prices:
    • Adult £110.00
    • Child £90
    • Concessions £95

Home Matchday Viewings

A stadium viewing includes a 20-minute talk from a tour guide and a photo opportunity. This tour is only available on Chelsea FC home match days.

  • Times: Before selected Premier League match days. Check availability HERE.
  • Prices:
    • Adult £11.00
    • Child (5 - 15) £9.00
    • Concession £10.00

How to Get to Stamford Bridge Stadium

You’ll find the Chelsea FC stadium on Fulham Road in Chelsea, and there are several easy ways to get there using public transportation such as the tube, buses, and trains.

If you’re having trouble finding the exact location, please use the map above or click here for directions from anywhere in the city.

Here are the nearest train and tube stations, as well as the closest bus stops:

  • Underground Stations: Fulham Broadway Station
  • Railway Stations: West Brompton and Imperial Wharf
  • Bus Routes: 14, 211 and 414

Tips, Notes, and Reviews

  • Accessibility can be an issue, so if you have difficulty walking or climbing steps, contact the stadium in advance.
  • Lots of guests comment that this tour is particularly family-friendly with great interaction for kids as well as adults.
  • Tours are only available in English.
  • The tour lasts about an hour and you are free to spend as much time in the museum as you wish, either before or after your tour.
  • Guests mention that the groups can get quite large (as many as 40 people) so consider going on a weekday, or early in the morning.

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About The Author


An American simply by accident of birth, Margaret moved to London over 16 years ago and hasn’t looked back since! With a keen interest in History – and a BA degree to match – Margaret prides herself on her knowledge of the amazing city she calls home and she's been guiding here now for nearly a decade. Social history is her real expertise, with sound understanding of the day-to-day lives of Londoners over the past centuries. Read More...
Updated: March 7th, 2023
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