Help / FAQ’s
What’s the best way to get to Stamford Bridge?
For details of how to get to Stamford Bridge please click here
Where are the hospitality seats located in the stadium?
All seasonal hospitality seats are located in the East and West Middle Tiers with some in the West Upper tier.
Do you have parking available at Stamford Bridge?
There is no parking at Stamford Bridge so we advise people to make their way by public transport. The closest tube station is Fulham Broadway, which is on the District Line. Stamford Bridge is approximately 200 yards from the station.
Where can I arrange to be dropped off and collected?
The road closes at least one hour before kick-off and does not re-open until one hour after final whistle. Prior to this, guests can either be dropped off at the Tesco Metro petrol station or at Fulham Broadway tube station. There is no pick-up point or parking at the ground itself.
What entrance do I use to access my suite?
To ensure a smooth entrance to your hospitality experience, please use the correct entrance to access your suite. This is written on your seasonal card or ticket and is listed below:
West Stand Suites
|Millennium Suites||Millennium Reception|
|West Stand Club Boxes 1-16||Speedie Reception|
|West Stand Club Boxes 17-31||Spackman Reception|
|Harris Suite||Millennium Reception|
|Drake Suite||Millennium Reception|
|Tambling Suite||Spackman Reception|
|Clarke Suite||Spackman Reception|
|Bonetti Suite||Speedie Reception|
|Hollins Suites||Speedie Reception|
|Zola Suite||Millennium Reception|
|Wise Suite||Millennium Reception|
East Stand Suites
|East Stand Club Boxes||East Stand Reception|
|Executive Club||East Stand Reception|
|Canalettos||East Stand Reception|
|Champions Club||Champions Club Reception|
|Centenary Club||Copthorne Hotel|
|Captain’s Bar||East Stand Concourse Gate 2|
|Manager’s Bar||East Stand Concourse Gate 9|
Is there anywhere to smoke during the match?
In accordance with Smokefree England, it is against the law to smoke anywhere inside the stadium at Stamford Bridge.
What time do suites open before a match?
For weekend matches, all hospitality suites open two-and-a-half hours prior to kick-off. For weekday matches, hospitality suites open at 5.30pm.
The exceptions to this are UTB Sports Lounge, which opens three hours prior to kick-off on weekend matches, and Matchdays @ The Museum, which opens five hours prior to kick-off, unless otherwise stated. Opening times for evening weekday matches remain the same.
For early kick-off fixtures, brunch will be served. Alcohol is served from 11am and bars will close one hour after the final whistle. While we will always endeavour to accommodate late arrivals, please note that we cannot guarantee a hot meal should you arrive later than half an hour prior to kick-off.
All hospitality suites and bars close an hour after the final whistle.
What is the dress code?
In most hospitality areas at Stamford Bridge we operate a smart casual dress code.
Smart jeans and trainers are permitted. Tracksuits, shorts, offensive t-shirts, away club colours and any football shirts are not permitted in these suites. Wearing such items may result in refusal of entry.
The following suites are exempt from the restriction on football shirts, however the other items listed above are not acceptable: Captain’s Bar, Manager’s Bar, Centenary Club and Champions’ Club.
May I bring guests who support away teams?
Whilst we welcome visiting supporters to Stamford Bridge, you are advised that the Hospitality facilities are all located in Chelsea home ticketing areas. Visiting supporters are therefore advised to act discreetly. Any guests seen to be openly supporting the opposition are liable to be refused entry or ejected from the stadium without compensation.
Please also be advised that away colours are not permitted within any hospitality areas.
Are children able to attend matched unsupervised?
All children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Where do I find the terms and conditions for seasonal hospitality?
Click here for full terms and conditions.