twelve things to keep in mind when Visiting  chelsea fc stadium

Museum timings

The Chelsea Football Club Museum, also known as the Centenary Museum, opens at 9.30 am and closes at 5 pm.

Duration required

The fully guided tour of Chelsea Football Club’s home ground, Stamford Bridge, takes approximately an hour and around half an hour to explore the Chelsea Museum.

Arrive early

Arrive at the stadium at least 30 minutes before the time scheduled on the ticket. This will give you enough time to check in and make you comfortable for the tour.

Cashless Stadium

Use a card, contactless card, and mobile payments throughout the stadium to purchase refreshments, merchandise, and even programs on the day. If you still require cash, a cash machine is located on-site.

Carry a map

Carrying a Chelsea FC Stadium map can keep you on track and help you find visitor services efficiently.

Avoid larger bags

No bags larger than 100 X 200 X 300 mm and baby strollers are permitted. So bring small bags to carry them around easily.

Wear comfortable shoes

Exploring Chelsea FC Stadium requires a fair bit of walking, including steps. It is a good idea to wear comfortable shoes for a better experience.

Bring a camera

Being the largest football museum in London, you get to see years of Chelsea FC history and get up close and personal with memorabilia. Bring a camera or smartphone to capture the highlights.


Frankie’s Bar and Grill is the only restaurant at the Stamford Bridge Stadium, and they are open daily from 12 noon to 11 pm. The restaurant offers a two-course meal deal to all visitors.

Book in advance

Booking online tickets in advance can help you skip the lines at the ticket counter, saves entrance cost of £3, get a preferred time slot, and avoid last-minute disappointment.

Regular tickets

This ticket gets access to a guided tour of Stamford Bridge Stadium and the Chelsea FC Museum. The last entry to the Chelsea exhibits is at 4.30 pm.