Take the fantastic tour of Chelsea's home stadium, Stamford Bridge, and indulge yourself in over 110 years of history of one of the world's most famous football clubs. Walk up the same players' tunnel as Chelsea's past and present star players and into one of the most famous football stadiums in the world! Your tour will conclude at the Chelsea FC Museum, giving you a full history of Stamford Bridge which is as varied and unique as the team itself. This unmissable behind-the-scenes visit around the home of the Blues is fun, exciting, informative, interactive and tailored for football fans from all over the world.
As Chelsea FC have grown into a world force on the pitch, its visitor attraction has now adapted to its global audience. Guided tours to Chelsea FC will still be delivered in English by one of our team of passionate guides however, as guests move through the stadium, the new multi-media devices provide summarised translation in 12 languages. The tour will also feat
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.
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 Eden Hazzard and David Luiz 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.
The tour guides are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the club and it's their passion that will make your tour a truly memorable experience!
The tour lasts approximately one hour and includes;
The Chelsea FC dressing Room
The Visitor Dressing Room
Pitch side and Dugouts
The Press Room
Walk through the Player’s Tunnel.
TV Interview Room
Entry to the Chelsea FC Museum
This voucher entitles two adults to the tour. Date restrictions may apply.
You will need to be mobile as some locations have limited wheelchair access.
The minimum age is 16 years old and over.
The tour operates Monday to Sunday, throughout the year, excluding match days and the day before a European fixture.