Stamford Bridge opens its doors for the ultimate football fan experience! Home of Chelsea Football club, this behind-the-scenes look at the legendary sports stadium is a fun and informative attraction for all ages from sports fans all over the world. When the teams have won and the spectators have left, the empty stadium is yours to explore. In a fully guided walking tour you’ll be given access to areas of the arena that are normally reserved for the players and their management. Take your place behind the desk in the press room and imagine what it would be like to be questioned have just scored the winning goal, relive the banter that goes on in the spectacular home dressing room and experience the nerves and excitement as you walk down the tunnel to the pitch - you’ll almost be able to hear the roar of the packed stadium!
With exceptional tour guides, both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about Chelsea FC, you’ll be amazed at what actually goes on at the venue in the lead up to a match. The tours will be tailored to your particular age group and nationality.
Accessibility until 3rd August
To begin the construction of the new Stamford Bridge stadium, the East Stand roadway at Chelsea FC will be closed to vehicles from 21 May until 3 August, during which time stadium tours will take a slightly different route but still include the same classic areas such as the Press Room, Dressing Room and Players Tunnel. Unfortunately, this closure means that wheelchair users will be unable to take the full tour during this period. Those affected will be able to enter the stadium free of charge using the Matthew Harding Stand for a guided stadium experience. Please call us for more details.
During the tour they will visit various stands in the stadium, press room, home and away dressing rooms, tunnel, dug outs and pitch side.
They are welcome to take as many photos as they like throughout the tour.
Luggage or pushchairs must be stored whilst clients visit Stamford Bridge.
All participants have access to the museum which they can view at their own leisure before guided tours.
In order to gain entry you must present a printed copy of your voucher.
Please arrive at least 30 minutes before your Tour Time.
The tours ticket desk is at the back of the stadium, behind the Matthew Harding stand. It is signposted from the entrance to the stadium
The tours last 60 minutes, is fully guided and is in English. All participants have access to the museum which they can view at their own leisure before or after the tour
Please note: When we receive your order, this means we have acknowledged your request and you will be sent a separate ticket by email with your confirmed time slot and reservation number. Please ensure that you take this reservation number and ticket with you to the venue, as admittance will only be permitted with this ticket
Children are aged 5-15, all children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
Find out more about the venue's location and how to get there.