If you're getting the train to Stamford Bridge, the closest stations are West Brompton to the north and Imperial Wharf to the south. Both are a 15-minute walk from Stamford Bridge. Both stations are on the line between Milton Keynes Central and South Croydon, as well as the West London line of the London Overground. West Brompton is also on the District Line of the London Underground, as is the closest tube station to Stamford Bridge, Fulham Broadway.
|Saturday||08:00 - 18:30|
|Sunday||08:30 - 15:00|
|Staffing level||Full time|
|Travel card zone||Zone 2|
|Left Luggage Website||https://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/contact/lostproperty|
|Bureau de Change||Unavailable|
|Tourist Information Office||Unavailable|
|Staff Help notes|
Currently there are London Overground Staff available to assist.
|Customer Service notes|
TFL Customer Services Tel: 0343 222 1234
|Customer help points||Unavailable|
|Cycle storage spaces||8|
|Sheltered cycle storage||Unavailable|
|Cycle storage CCTV||Available|
|Cycle storage notes|
Outside of station
|Step-free access||Whole station|
|Step-free access notes|
Ramps are available for London Overground services and Southern Railway Services.
There is step free access between the street and Platform 2 for Eastbound District Line services, and Platforms 3 and 4 for London Overground services only. It is possible to make a step-free interchange between all of these platforms. Customers need to be aware that there is a step between train and platform of up to 200mm for LUL services. Boarding ramps are not available at this station. Boarding ramps are available on National Rail platforms 3 and 4.
|Ramps for train access||Available|
|Accessible ticket machines||Available|
|Accessible Booking Office counter||Unavailable|
|Accessible taxis notes|
Contact taxi operator directly
Stamford Bridge is the home ground of Chelsea FC. It was opened in 1877 and has seen many changes over its long history - the modern stadium you see today was the product of major rebuilding work in the 1990s. The years since that project have been some of the most successful in the club's history, with Chelsea clinching Premier League titles, FA Cups and in 2012 the UEFA Champions League, the highest honour in European club football.
Thanks to Chelsea's long history and a hugely successful present, demand for tickets is high. Stamford Bridge isn't big enough to meet it, so the vast majority of Chelsea home games sell out in advance. Club members get priority access to tickets, and prices start at £52.
A more affordable way of visiting Stamford Bridge is to take one of the daily tours, which take in the stands, the press room, the dressing rooms and the tunnel, as well as the club museum, which covers over a hundred years of Chelsea history. Prices start at £19. You can also choose to visit the museum alone. It's open daily from 9.30am until 5pm.