The guided tour of Stamford Bridge home of Chelsea Football Club, is a fun, informative and unforgettable experience.
The un-missable tour of Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club, is a fun, informative and unforgettable experience, enjoyed by sports fans of all ages, from all over the world. The fully guided tour will take you behind-the-scenes of one of the world’s greatest football teams, giving you access to areas normally reserved for players and officials.
Chelsea FC pride themselves on having guides who are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the club and they believe it's their passion that makes their tours a truly memorable experience!
Imagine meeting the press as you sit behind the desk in the Press Room. Soak up the atmosphere in the spectacular Home Dressing Room where Terry and Lampard prepare to represent the Blues. Feel the excitement as you walk down the tunnel to the pitch side with the roar of a capacity crowd ringing in your ears. Entry to the Chelsea FC Museum is also included, giving you the chance to see just how Chelsea FC has evolved, on and off the pitch to become one the greatest football clubs in the world. To top off your visit don’t miss an opportunity to have your photo taken with the Champions League and Europa League trophies!
Temporary change to accessibility access at Chelsea FC this summer:
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
Children under the age of 16 will not be admitted to the Stadium Tour and Museum unless accompanied by an adult.
Tours are run seven days a week depending on fixtures. There are no Stadium Tours on domestic matchdays, and the Museum and Stadium Tours are closed the day before and on the day of home European Fixtures.
Please note, you will require a printed copy of your ticket.