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Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Chelsea, Stamford Bridge - Away Ground Guide

Away End Of The Ground: Perhaps surprisingly the Shed End lower
Allocated Tickets Given To Evertonians: 3,000

Nearest Train Station: The nearest London Underground station is Fulham Broadway on the District Line

In The Car: Leave the M25 at Junction 15 and take the M4 towards London, which then becomes the A4 up to Hammersmith. Carry on over the Hammersmith flyover and after a further one and half miles, take the turning Earls Court. Continue past Earls Court station and down the one way system until you reach the junction with Fulham Road. At this junction, turn right at the traffic lights and after about half a mile, you will see the ground on your right.

A number of local resident schemes are in operation around the stadium, so you may well end up having to park some way from the ground itself. Thanks to Andy Harris for providing the directions.

Where To Drink: There are quite a few pubs along the old King Road.

How Much Will a Programme set you back: £3

Watch Out For: The high ticket prices!

Bogey Player: Cant think of one in particular but Didier Drogba always seems to score against us

Chelsea's Rivals: Fulham are geographically Chelsea’s main rivals but Tottenham are arguably the team Chelsea share the bitterest rivalry with. Q.P.R also shares a rivalry with Chelsea although some Chelsea fans may play down the significance of this seeing as though Q.P.R have played in the lower divisions for some years. There are also rivalries with the other London teams such as Arsenal, West Ham and others but to a much lesser extent.

Ups: All London games are good days out

Downs: One of the more expensive away days and we never usually get much there!

Famous Fans: David Baddiel off Fantasy Football and Suggs from the band Madness!

A Chelsea Song: From Stamford Bridge to Wembley, We’ll keep the blue flag flying high…

Another Classic Chelsea Song: Blue Is The Colour!

Played For Both Clubs: Graham Stuart, John Spencer, Mark Hughes, Pat Nevin

Are The Locals Friendly: On the whole yeah as long as your not silly


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