Where will Chelsea play when the new stadium is built?

Chelsea Football Club is delighted that we will be able to host games at Stamford Bridge at full capacity for the upcoming 2021/22 season.

Is Chelsea planning on building a new stadium?

“Chelsea Football Club acknowledges that the planning permission we obtained for a new stadium expires on 31st March 2020,” it said. We will continue to consider our options for a new stadium, should economic conditions improve.”

How is Chelsea new stadium?

Stamford Bridge
Chelsea F.C./Arenas/Stadiums

Is Stamford Bridge getting redeveloped?

As per previous guidelines, the planning permission granted to Chelsea expired in March end, without any work beginning on the Stamford Bridge redevelopment. The planning permission has been extended till April 1, 2021, under the new rules and it comes as a huge relief for Chelsea.

Where is Chelsea football ground?

Chelsea F.C./Arenas/Stadiums

Stamford Bridge (/ˈstæmfərd/) is a football stadium in Fulham, adjacent to the borough of Chelsea in South West London, commonly referred to as The Bridge. It is the home of Premier League club Chelsea.

Who really owns Stamford Bridge?

Chelsea Pitch Owners
Stamford Bridge/Owners

Is Stamford Bridge rented by Chelsea?

History. Chelsea suffered serious financial troubles during the 1970s and 1980s following a large-scale attempt to renovate Stamford Bridge. The CPO in turn granted the club a 199-year lease on Stamford Bridge at a peppercorn rent.

Which part of London is Chelsea?

west London
Chelsea is an affluent area in west London, England, situated south-west of the City of Westminster. It lies on the north bank of the River Thames and for postal purposes is part of the south-western postal area.

Who is the real owner of Chelsea stadium?

Opened in 1877, the stadium was used by the London Athletic Club until 1905, when new owner Gus Mears founded Chelsea Football Club to occupy the ground; Chelsea have played their home games there ever since….Stamford Bridge (stadium)

Owner Chelsea Pitch Owners
Operator Chelsea Football Club
Executive suites 51
Capacity 41,837

Will Old Trafford be expanded?

Old Trafford has not been expanded in 15 years and the stadium is ‘rotting’, according to former Man United captain Gary Neville. Manchester United insist they are ‘open’ to expanding Old Trafford but have clarified there are currently no plans to do so.

Is Chelsea interested in Haaland?

Erling Haaland: Chelsea transfer interest confirmed amid ‘regular talks’ over Dortmund goal machine. T homas Tuchel has revealed Chelsea’s interest in Erling Haaland and detailed how internal talks were held over a move during the last transfer window.

How many stadiums are in London?

London Football Guide – All 22 Stadiums – The Stadium Guide.

When is the new Chelsea Stadium going to be built?

Chelsea Football Club has submitted a planning application to construct a new stadium at Stamford Bridge in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, London, UK. Architects Herzog & de Meuron have been selected to design the 60,000-seat stadium. Construction is expected to start in 2017 and continue for three seasons.

Why did Chelsea not build new Stamford Bridge?

Chelsea have ditched plans to build a new 60,000-seater stadium due to what they call an “unfavourable investment climate”. The club, who finished fifth in the Premier League and therefore failed to qualify for the Champions League, said plans to redevelop Stamford Bridge had been put on hold indefinitely.

When does planning permission for Chelsea Stadium expire?

Planning permission usually expires after three years if work has not started onsite. However, sites with consent that have an expiry date between the start of lockdown (March 23) and the end of this year will now see their consent extended to 1 April 2021.

Where is the new Wembley Stadium going to be?

Under the original plan, the existing 41,600-seater stadium in west London would be demolished to make way for the construction of the new 60,000 capacity football stadium and an ancillary stadium. The 6.2ha site is bounded by London Underground’s District line to the north-west, and the Southern mainline railway to the east.