Chelsea v Bournemouth

Sun 19th May 2024

4:00 PM

Stamford Bridge

From £289

  • OFFICIAL TICKETS
  • SEATS TOGETHER
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
  • SAFE AND SECURE PAYMENTS
  • OVER 20 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE

Matchday Museum

£289 per person

  • Official Chelsea FC Hospitality
  • Luxury Padded Seat West Stand blocks WU6 & WU7
  • Pre-Match Behind the Scenes Mini Tour
  • Pre-match 3 course buffet & complimentary drinks

The Museum Hospitality package offers a full day of Chelsea experiences on a match day. Next to excellent match seats on the West Stand Upper tier, you will enjoy casual dining before the match, complimentary drinks and a behind-the-scenes mini tour in the stadium.

• Luxury Padded Seats located in the West Stand upper tier between the half way and 18 yard line
• Pre-match Behind the scenes mini tour
• Savoury refreshments on arrival and an interactive Chef’s table
• Unreserved seating within the Chelsea Museum
• Complimentary bar including beer, wine and soft drinks
• Half-time concourse drink vouchers
• Exclusive Chelsea gift
• Official matchday programme & team sheet
• Chelsea legend in attendance

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Get ready to experience the thrill and intensity of Premier League football when Chelsea take on Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge. Secure your seats today to be a part of the action and experience Official Chelsea hospitality.

Chelsea v Bournemouth will take place at Stamford Bridge on Sunday 19th May. Chelsea took a share of the spoils against Bournemouth last season, winning 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and losing 3-1 at the Vitality Stadium. The transfers of Christopher Nkunku and Nicolas Jackson will help to bolster the forward line of Chelsea and add to a list of stars such as Thiago Silva, Enzo Fernandez and Raheem Sterling.

Andoni Iraola has added two new players to The Cherries’ squad. Hamed Junior Traore from Sassuolo and Justin Kluivert from Roma. We’ll have to wait and see whether Bournemouth add anyone else.

Club Sports and Events are delighted to be an Official Hospitality Reseller for Chelsea FC. We offer the following hospitality ticket packages to all Chelsea FC home games at Stamford Bridge.

Official Westview Package
Experience premium hospitality at Chelsea FC with the Westview package. A newly refurbished, modern and stylish concourse space with increased floorspace and open views across London. Soak up the pre-match atmosphere before taking your seat in the West Stand Upper Tier.

• Modern and stylish concourse access
• 2x concourse drinks vouchers (Beer/Wine/Soft Drinks)
• Matchday programme included
• Wide range of dining options

The Museum Package
Make it a memorable day out to watch Chelsea FC with The Museum hospitality package. Immerse yourself in the history of the club while enjoying a pre-match chef’s table casual dining experience while taking in Chelsea memorabilia and trophies from across the club’s history. You’ll also get to experience a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium before taking your seat in the West Stand upper tier to watch Chelsea in action.

• Luxury Padded Seats West Stand
• West Upper Block 6
• Access 5hrs Pre Match
• Savoury Refreshments on Arrival
• Pre Match Behind the Scenes Mini Tour**
• Interactive Chef’s Table
• Complimentary Beer/Wine/Soft Drinks
• Half Time Concourse Drink Vouchers
• Exclusive Chelsea Gift
• Chelsea Legends in Attendance
• Matchday Programme & Teamsheet
• PDF etickets

The Canoville Suite Package
Enjoy a three-course chef’s table experience with a fantastic view of the pitch at Stamford Bridge. Soak up the pre-match build up before taking your seat, just a short walk away in the East Stand middle tier.

• Luxury padded seats in the East Stand middle tier around the 18 yard line
• Casual, unreserved seating in the Centenary Club
• Pre-match three-course informal hot and cold buffet
• Complimentary tea and coffee
• In-room cash bar facility
• Access to a cash bar facility at half-time
• Light afternoon tea and a selection of savoury snacks will be served in your suite at full-time
• Matchday programme
• Teamsheet confirming line-up
• In-room betting facility
• Dedicated smartphone app
• PDF etickets

Chelsea Blues Dining
Enjoy a fantastic hospitality experience including a pre-match 3-course buffet, before taking your seat near the 18 yard line in the West Stand Lower Tier and much more!

• Seats in the West Stand Lower Tier around the 18 yard line
• Pre-match 3-course buffet with complimentary beers, wine and soft drinks in the 55 Restaurant in the Copthorne Hotel (adjacent to the Shed End)
• Post-match drinks in the 55 Restaurant in the Copthorne Hotel
• Official team sheet

Important Ticket Information
Information packs will be sent via email no later than 3 days before your match day. These will contain your PDF match ticket and itinerary for your hospitality package.

Name
Stamford Bridge

Capacity
40,341

Address
Stamford Bridge
Fulham Road
London
SW6 1HS

Description
Stamford Bridge has been the home of Chelsea Football Club since 1905 and was opened as a sporting arena on 28th April 1877. Initially, the stadium was offered to Fulham FC who refused the chance, the stadium went instead to a brand new side, Chelsea Football Club. The stadium was a quick success, hosting a crowd of 60,000 in the first year, with Chelsea being promoted after 2 and three FA cup finals being held there in 1920, ’21 and ’22. Other stands would be erected in the stadium throughout the years, notably The Shed in the 1930s and the West and East stands in the 60s and 70s. A major redevelopment would take place in the 90s with the need for grounds in England to be all-seater stadiums. Each stand in the ground would go through a huge change, adding seats and it would finally be fully completed for the start of the 2001/2002 campaign. The current capacity is around 40,000 with all four sides close to the pitch. There has also been additions of hotels, restaurants and conference rooms added to the facility.

Getting to Stamford Bridge
By Car
Fans are advised not to drive to Stamford Bridge as there are resident parking restrictions in place around the ground.

By Bus
You can get to Stamford Bridge by bus using the 14, 211 and 414 buses, there are two stops along Fulham Road to get off at.

By Train
The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway which is on the District Line. From central London, take a train to Earls Court and change for Wimbledon-bound trains. There are two Overground stations near to Stamford Bridge, West Brompton and Imperial Wharf which are both about a 15-minute walk from the stadium. These are both on a direct line to Clapham Junction station among others.

By Foot
Stamford Bridge is on Fulham Road and is easily accessible from all directions and is just a short walk from Fulham Broadway Underground Station.

Chelsea 22/23
Chelsea have recently changed owners with American Todd Boehly taking the reigns and the incoming Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager, taking over from club legend Frank Lampard. The club made many signings last season, leading to them having of the biggest squads in the Premier League. Unfortunately, Chelsea finished 12th in the league, missing out on any European competition for 23/24.

History of Chelsea FC
Chelsea were founded in 1905 by a man called Gus Mears, who had originally bought Stamford Bridge Athletics Stadium with the dram of transforming it into a football ground. Chelsea would be the club to move into the ground and it quickly became a hit in the capital, with Chelsea establishing themselves as the biggest club in the capital. They were the first club to sign the first non-British player, the Danish Nils Middelboe who arrived at the club in 1913. The early history of Chelsea was not the most successful, as they spent their team moving between Division 1 and 2.

It would take until 1955 for Chelsea to win their first league title and it would be shortly after that the club would enter a period of relative success. They won their first League Cup in 1965 and then their first FA Cup in 1970 and Cup Winners’ Cup in 1971. The club would then go through a time of uncertainty, with them ending up in near bankruptcy due to the rising costs of the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge. Chelsea would eventually be sold to Ken Bates in 1982 for a grand total of £1.

In 1996, the club would again return to a period of success with Dutch legend Ruud Gullit at the helm. Although they would not go on to win a Premier League during this time, they had some success in cup competitions, lifting the FA Cup in 1997 and 2000, a League Cup in 1998 and their second Cup Winners’ Cup in the same year. It was during this time that in 1999, Chelsea were the first club to field a full 11 players from overseas in the Premier League.

2003 would see one of the biggest changes in the club’s history come to pass. Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovic bought the club, clearing Chelsea’s debts and investing heavily in the team. It wouldn’t be long before the arrival of Jose Mourinho who would lead Chelsea to a plethora of trophies, including back-to-back Premier League titles in 2005 and 2006. It is now the Todd Boehly era at Stamford Bridge who has already made his mark on the club, bringing in a total of 8 players in January 2023.

Legends
There are many Chelsea players to have played in the shirt that could be considered legends. There are players in the modern era, such as John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba that will go down in the club’s history as being part of the most successful era in Chelsea history. There are other players, like Peter Osgood who scored in both legs of the European Cup Winner’s Cup against Real Madrid and Gianfanco Zola led the team to six trophies, including two FA Cups.

The capital city has a never ending supply of entertainment, from Buckingham Palace to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, you’ll be sure to find something to do during your trip to London!

Attractions
Take a glimpse at what living like a royal is like with a tour around Buckingham Palace. With many treasures, artefacts and grand rooms on show, the Palace is a place you can’t miss when in the capital.

The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous buildings. With over 900 years of history, the building has taken many forms including a prison and a jewel house.

The London eye will give you a fantastic view right across the city, stepping foot into one of the 360 degree capsules that take you high into the sky, it’s the best place for unforgettable views.

Westminster Abbey hosts many important events including royal weddings and coronations. It’s also the resting place of many kings and queens as well as some of the UK’s most famous writers, such as William Shakespeare.

Tours
Seal Life London will give you a fantastic look into what the deep blue sea is really like. See up to 400 different species and see if you can handle the ‘shark walk’.

At Madame Tussauds you’ll come face to face with the world’s most famous faces. The wax works of celebrities and fictional characters are world famous and you can have your picture taken with Beyonce or Usain Bolt, amongst other famous people.

If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, there is no better place to be than the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. See the famous costumes, sets and props from the movies as well as getting the chance to stop inside some of the well known locations, such as Hagrid’s hut.

Food & Drink
The Prospect of Whitby is thought to be London’s oldest riverside pub, dating back to 1520. They serve fantastic cask ales and you’ll have a memorable view from the terrace.

Jungle Cave is a great place for the whole family. Right by the West End, it is a fun place for kids where they’ll be able to spot waterfalls, animals and real tropical fish while enjoying a meal.

Berwick Street Market has so many options for a cheap lunch. you can try anything from Asian street food to Afghan dishes.

Free Things To Do
The Natural History Museum boasts some of the world’s most spectacular exhibits. From dinosaurs to a life-sized blue whale, you could easily spend a full day at this magnificent location.

The Tate Modern, across the Millenium Bridge is Britain’s national museum of contemporary art. Some exhibitions do require tickets but you’ll be treated to some spectacular views from the gallery’s restaurants.

The Science Museum is a great place to see and experience some of the most important scientific advances of the last 200-300 years. With over 15,000 objects on display, as well as an incredible IMAX cinema, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

Who are Club Sports and Events?
We’ve been specialists in corporate hospitality and VIP experiences to the world’s most sought-after events for 20 years, so you’re in safe hands with us.

Will our seats be together?
Yes, we always guarantee seats together.

What happens if a fixture is rescheduled?
If the fixture is re-scheduled the tickets/package will automatically transfer to the new date free of charge.

Can I get a refund if I decide not to attend an event/fixture?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer a refund in these cases.

What happens if the game is moved to a new date?
Fixtures can change date and kick-off times can change as close as a couple of weeks before they’re played. Match dates and times are usually announced no later than 4 weeks before they are played. We will notify you by email once we get informed of any changes to a match date or time.

When will I receive my tickets?
No later than 3 days before the event/match.

What do I do if I can’t find my tickets?
Please ensure to check your junk/spam folders for important information about your booking including your tickets and add our email address bookings@clubsports.uk.com to your contacts list to prevent our correspondence being marked as junk/spam.

Can I sell my tickets to someone else?
No, tickets are non-transferable once they have been sent.

Do you offer concessions for children and senior citizens?
Unfortunately, we don’t – the football clubs or the hotels we work with don’t offer reduced rates.

Do you offer family rooms in hotels?
Yes, please contact us and let us know your requirements and we can offer a family package price.

Can I pay by cheque or cash?
No, we only accept credit or debit card payments.

Do I need Insurance?
Club Sports recommends that you purchase separate travel insurance including if you are unable to travel.

I have a query about a booking who can I contact?
If you have a query with a current booking please email bookings@clubsports.uk.com

Ticket Information

Club Sports and Events are delighted to be an Official Hospitality Reseller for Chelsea FC. We offer the following hospitality ticket packages to all Chelsea FC home games at Stamford Bridge.

Official Westview Package
Experience premium hospitality at Chelsea FC with the Westview package. A newly refurbished, modern and stylish concourse space with increased floorspace and open views across London. Soak up the pre-match atmosphere before taking your seat in the West Stand Upper Tier.

• Modern and stylish concourse access
• 2x concourse drinks vouchers (Beer/Wine/Soft Drinks)
• Matchday programme included
• Wide range of dining options

The Museum Package
Make it a memorable day out to watch Chelsea FC with The Museum hospitality package. Immerse yourself in the history of the club while enjoying a pre-match chef’s table casual dining experience while taking in Chelsea memorabilia and trophies from across the club’s history. You’ll also get to experience a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium before taking your seat in the West Stand upper tier to watch Chelsea in action.

• Luxury Padded Seats West Stand
• West Upper Block 6
• Access 5hrs Pre Match
• Savoury Refreshments on Arrival
• Pre Match Behind the Scenes Mini Tour**
• Interactive Chef’s Table
• Complimentary Beer/Wine/Soft Drinks
• Half Time Concourse Drink Vouchers
• Exclusive Chelsea Gift
• Chelsea Legends in Attendance
• Matchday Programme & Teamsheet
• PDF etickets

The Canoville Suite Package
Enjoy a three-course chef’s table experience with a fantastic view of the pitch at Stamford Bridge. Soak up the pre-match build up before taking your seat, just a short walk away in the East Stand middle tier.

• Luxury padded seats in the East Stand middle tier around the 18 yard line
• Casual, unreserved seating in the Centenary Club
• Pre-match three-course informal hot and cold buffet
• Complimentary tea and coffee
• In-room cash bar facility
• Access to a cash bar facility at half-time
• Light afternoon tea and a selection of savoury snacks will be served in your suite at full-time
• Matchday programme
• Teamsheet confirming line-up
• In-room betting facility
• Dedicated smartphone app
• PDF etickets

Chelsea Blues Dining
Enjoy a fantastic hospitality experience including a pre-match 3-course buffet, before taking your seat near the 18 yard line in the West Stand Lower Tier and much more!

• Seats in the West Stand Lower Tier around the 18 yard line
• Pre-match 3-course buffet with complimentary beers, wine and soft drinks in the 55 Restaurant in the Copthorne Hotel (adjacent to the Shed End)
• Post-match drinks in the 55 Restaurant in the Copthorne Hotel
• Official team sheet

Important Ticket Information
Information packs will be sent via email no later than 3 days before your match day. These will contain your PDF match ticket and itinerary for your hospitality package.

Stadium & Information

Name
Stamford Bridge

Capacity
40,341

Address
Stamford Bridge
Fulham Road
London
SW6 1HS

Description
Stamford Bridge has been the home of Chelsea Football Club since 1905 and was opened as a sporting arena on 28th April 1877. Initially, the stadium was offered to Fulham FC who refused the chance, the stadium went instead to a brand new side, Chelsea Football Club. The stadium was a quick success, hosting a crowd of 60,000 in the first year, with Chelsea being promoted after 2 and three FA cup finals being held there in 1920, ’21 and ’22. Other stands would be erected in the stadium throughout the years, notably The Shed in the 1930s and the West and East stands in the 60s and 70s. A major redevelopment would take place in the 90s with the need for grounds in England to be all-seater stadiums. Each stand in the ground would go through a huge change, adding seats and it would finally be fully completed for the start of the 2001/2002 campaign. The current capacity is around 40,000 with all four sides close to the pitch. There has also been additions of hotels, restaurants and conference rooms added to the facility.

Getting to Stamford Bridge
By Car
Fans are advised not to drive to Stamford Bridge as there are resident parking restrictions in place around the ground.

By Bus
You can get to Stamford Bridge by bus using the 14, 211 and 414 buses, there are two stops along Fulham Road to get off at.

By Train
The nearest tube station is Fulham Broadway which is on the District Line. From central London, take a train to Earls Court and change for Wimbledon-bound trains. There are two Overground stations near to Stamford Bridge, West Brompton and Imperial Wharf which are both about a 15-minute walk from the stadium. These are both on a direct line to Clapham Junction station among others.

By Foot
Stamford Bridge is on Fulham Road and is easily accessible from all directions and is just a short walk from Fulham Broadway Underground Station.

Chelsea 22/23
Chelsea have recently changed owners with American Todd Boehly taking the reigns and the incoming Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager, taking over from club legend Frank Lampard. The club made many signings last season, leading to them having of the biggest squads in the Premier League. Unfortunately, Chelsea finished 12th in the league, missing out on any European competition for 23/24.

History of Chelsea FC
Chelsea were founded in 1905 by a man called Gus Mears, who had originally bought Stamford Bridge Athletics Stadium with the dram of transforming it into a football ground. Chelsea would be the club to move into the ground and it quickly became a hit in the capital, with Chelsea establishing themselves as the biggest club in the capital. They were the first club to sign the first non-British player, the Danish Nils Middelboe who arrived at the club in 1913. The early history of Chelsea was not the most successful, as they spent their team moving between Division 1 and 2.

It would take until 1955 for Chelsea to win their first league title and it would be shortly after that the club would enter a period of relative success. They won their first League Cup in 1965 and then their first FA Cup in 1970 and Cup Winners’ Cup in 1971. The club would then go through a time of uncertainty, with them ending up in near bankruptcy due to the rising costs of the redevelopment of Stamford Bridge. Chelsea would eventually be sold to Ken Bates in 1982 for a grand total of £1.

In 1996, the club would again return to a period of success with Dutch legend Ruud Gullit at the helm. Although they would not go on to win a Premier League during this time, they had some success in cup competitions, lifting the FA Cup in 1997 and 2000, a League Cup in 1998 and their second Cup Winners’ Cup in the same year. It was during this time that in 1999, Chelsea were the first club to field a full 11 players from overseas in the Premier League.

2003 would see one of the biggest changes in the club’s history come to pass. Russian billionaire, Roman Abramovic bought the club, clearing Chelsea’s debts and investing heavily in the team. It wouldn’t be long before the arrival of Jose Mourinho who would lead Chelsea to a plethora of trophies, including back-to-back Premier League titles in 2005 and 2006. It is now the Todd Boehly era at Stamford Bridge who has already made his mark on the club, bringing in a total of 8 players in January 2023.

Legends
There are many Chelsea players to have played in the shirt that could be considered legends. There are players in the modern era, such as John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba that will go down in the club’s history as being part of the most successful era in Chelsea history. There are other players, like Peter Osgood who scored in both legs of the European Cup Winner’s Cup against Real Madrid and Gianfanco Zola led the team to six trophies, including two FA Cups.

Things To Do

The capital city has a never ending supply of entertainment, from Buckingham Palace to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, you’ll be sure to find something to do during your trip to London!

Attractions
Take a glimpse at what living like a royal is like with a tour around Buckingham Palace. With many treasures, artefacts and grand rooms on show, the Palace is a place you can’t miss when in the capital.

The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous buildings. With over 900 years of history, the building has taken many forms including a prison and a jewel house.

The London eye will give you a fantastic view right across the city, stepping foot into one of the 360 degree capsules that take you high into the sky, it’s the best place for unforgettable views.

Westminster Abbey hosts many important events including royal weddings and coronations. It’s also the resting place of many kings and queens as well as some of the UK’s most famous writers, such as William Shakespeare.

Tours
Seal Life London will give you a fantastic look into what the deep blue sea is really like. See up to 400 different species and see if you can handle the ‘shark walk’.

At Madame Tussauds you’ll come face to face with the world’s most famous faces. The wax works of celebrities and fictional characters are world famous and you can have your picture taken with Beyonce or Usain Bolt, amongst other famous people.

If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, there is no better place to be than the Warner Bros. Studio Tour. See the famous costumes, sets and props from the movies as well as getting the chance to stop inside some of the well known locations, such as Hagrid’s hut.

Food & Drink
The Prospect of Whitby is thought to be London’s oldest riverside pub, dating back to 1520. They serve fantastic cask ales and you’ll have a memorable view from the terrace.

Jungle Cave is a great place for the whole family. Right by the West End, it is a fun place for kids where they’ll be able to spot waterfalls, animals and real tropical fish while enjoying a meal.

Berwick Street Market has so many options for a cheap lunch. you can try anything from Asian street food to Afghan dishes.

Free Things To Do
The Natural History Museum boasts some of the world’s most spectacular exhibits. From dinosaurs to a life-sized blue whale, you could easily spend a full day at this magnificent location.

The Tate Modern, across the Millenium Bridge is Britain’s national museum of contemporary art. Some exhibitions do require tickets but you’ll be treated to some spectacular views from the gallery’s restaurants.

The Science Museum is a great place to see and experience some of the most important scientific advances of the last 200-300 years. With over 15,000 objects on display, as well as an incredible IMAX cinema, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

FAQ’s

Who are Club Sports and Events?
We’ve been specialists in corporate hospitality and VIP experiences to the world’s most sought-after events for 20 years, so you’re in safe hands with us.

Will our seats be together?
Yes, we always guarantee seats together.

What happens if a fixture is rescheduled?
If the fixture is re-scheduled the tickets/package will automatically transfer to the new date free of charge.

Can I get a refund if I decide not to attend an event/fixture?
Unfortunately, we cannot offer a refund in these cases.

What happens if the game is moved to a new date?
Fixtures can change date and kick-off times can change as close as a couple of weeks before they’re played. Match dates and times are usually announced no later than 4 weeks before they are played. We will notify you by email once we get informed of any changes to a match date or time.

When will I receive my tickets?
No later than 3 days before the event/match.

What do I do if I can’t find my tickets?
Please ensure to check your junk/spam folders for important information about your booking including your tickets and add our email address bookings@clubsports.uk.com to your contacts list to prevent our correspondence being marked as junk/spam.

Can I sell my tickets to someone else?
No, tickets are non-transferable once they have been sent.

Do you offer concessions for children and senior citizens?
Unfortunately, we don’t – the football clubs or the hotels we work with don’t offer reduced rates.

Do you offer family rooms in hotels?
Yes, please contact us and let us know your requirements and we can offer a family package price.

Can I pay by cheque or cash?
No, we only accept credit or debit card payments.

Do I need Insurance?
Club Sports recommends that you purchase separate travel insurance including if you are unable to travel.

I have a query about a booking who can I contact?
If you have a query with a current booking please email bookings@clubsports.uk.com

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