Things To Do At The Stamford Bridge

On January 19th this year, the Blues were seen going down like ninepins at the Emirates Stadium. Lacazette and Koscielny found the back of the net in the 14th and 39th minute respectively to register a handsome victory over the Blues. Tears, ignominy, and pain had engulfed the fans after the lads from Stamford Bridge came crashing down against arch-rivals Arsenal. Pain and shock reverberated throughout Stamford Bridge after this heartbreaking loss.

They say you always live to fight another day. The upcoming Premier League season is a season of ‘recurring opportunities’ for the Blues. Stamford Bridge will host some high-voltage matches this time around. Well, to be honest, it’s not just about the breathtaking football action and nor is it only about the goals that’ll be scored. Every year, supporters throng Stamford Bridge in order to experience some of the finest Chelsea Hospitality packages.

If you happen to be a die-hard supporter of the Blues, then it’s time you get in touch with a hospitality company in order to get your tickets booked. A host of mouth-watering treats await you at Stamford Bridge this time around.

A usual match day at Stamford Bridge

Before kick-off

Before making your way into the stadium, you’ll definitely need some time in order to get ready for the match. After you’ve made it to the stadium and parked your car, it’s time to roam around and get your hands on some exciting goodies. Get your Chelsea scarves, jerseys and winter caps. The face paint is equally important. Also, in case you’re a betting freak, then you’d certainly love to run into the bookies. Making a few bucks while cheering for the Blues is certainly a great idea.

In the Heart of Stamford Bridge

The members’ stadium tour

This one’s for the season ticket holders and member. If you’re a die-hard Chelsea fan, then you must take this tour. The tour allows ardent Chelsea fans to dive deeper into the illustrious history of the club. The 90-minute tour takes you through all the areas that are usually reserved for players. That’s not all, you’ll get to spend time in the player’s dressing room as well. There’s every chance that you’ll run into some of your favourite players during the course of the tour. Get a few autographs and click a few photographs. This is your chance to steal the limelight.

Shop for some exciting goodies at the megastore

Avid readers would certainly love to pick out a few magazines. Pick a souvenir for as low as £3. Roam around the stadium and help yourself to some mouth-watering snacks.

In case you manage to arrive a bit early, then make your way to the megastore and help yourself to some exciting matchday memorabilia. Watching the Blues taking on their opponents without sporting a Blues’ jersey and the scarf is no fun. Fill your bag with an exclusive range of Chelsea merchandise before making your way into the stands. You can also get back here after the match in order to celebrate an emphatic Blues’ victory.

To draw the curtains

It certainly would be no overstatement to say that watching the Blues taking on their opponents at the Stamford Bridge is a moment to behold. It’s an experience like no other. Watch all your favourite footballing stars in action while treating yourself to some finger-licking delicacies and drinks at half-time and after the match. It’s going to be an experience of a lifetime, so ensure you make the most of it.

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