Don’t just take our word for it when it comes to the best ways to get there, where to park, where to stay, or which pub to go when you’re going to see your team play Chelsea away. Find out what other away fans thought of their visit to Stamford Bridge in our away day reviews.
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Review by Southampton fan Mark
Why did you choose to go to this game and why were you looking forward to it?
Easy access to ground, family day out with brother and sons.
How did you travel to the game and how easy was it?
We travelled by train.
If you got the train, how easy did you find it to make your way to the stadium from the station?
I think the train is the best way to get to Stamford Bridge. Fulham Broadway is practically outside the ground and while you have to walk around a little bit to get to the away fans entrance, it is very easy to find.
What did you think of the food and drink available inside the ground?
The beer on tap was pretty good. Price from memory was around £5.50 a pint. Also had hot dogs inside the ground which were quite tasty.
What did you think of the away end and your view of the game?
Great view. Practically behind the goal half way up the stand. Bordered the division with the Chelsea fans but not a problem.
What was the atmosphere like during the match?
Good away support. Good laugh when Mount tried to wind up the away fans by warming up close by. Chelsea fans seemed quite quiet.
How friendly were the home fans out of 10?
7/10. A local ginger seemed more intent on watching the away fans than the game and some grandad who should have known better was giving it large, but generally a good atmosphere.
How easy did you find it to get away from the stadium after the game?
Really easy to get away, especially for away fans wanting to get to Wimbledon from Fulham Broadway. Within 1/2 hour we were in Wimbledon and on a train heading South.
How much did you spend in total on this away day? Was it good value for money?
Tickets £30. Train £20. Drinks and food inside the stadium £20 – so about £70 each.
Would you recommend this away day to other fans?
Yes – good allocation, good views and tickets a reasonable price to watch a quality team. We pay £50 to watch an A team at St Mary’s.