MATCHDAY TRAVEL NEWS: DISRUPTION ON SOUTH WEST TRAINS

Supporters heading to Sunday's game with Manchester United may find the following information useful.

On National Rail, there are engineering works between London Waterloo and Weybridge, closing some lines and creating serious disruption to services.

No trains will run between London Waterloo and Woking / Chessington South / Effingham Junction via Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon / Hampton Court.

Buses will replace trains between Clapham Junction and the following stations: Surbiton via Kingston, Chessington South, Woking, Effingham Junction, Twickenham via Kingston, Hampton Court and Weybridge.

If using National Rail to get to Sunday's game, we strongly recommend you use the National Rail journey planner before you travel. South West Trains say journey times will be extended by at least 30 minutes.

On the London Overground, there is no service between Clapham Junction and Kensington Olympia, with Southern services also suspended between Clapham Junction and Watford Junction. Rail tickets will be accepted on all reasonable local bus routes.

There is also no service on the London Overground between Willesden Junction and Richmond, though replacement buses will be available.

Those fans using the London Underground should be aware that there is no service on the District Line between Richmond and Turnham Green. Replacement bus services will be in operation.

On the Northern line there is no service between Stockwell and Angel (via Bank), and between Stockwell and Euston (via Charing Cross). Again, replacement buses will be in operation, and the Waterloo & City line will also be open from 10am to 8pm.

The Metropolitan line is shut between Wembley Park and Uxbridge/Northwood, while the Piccadilly line is shut between South Harrow and Uxbridge, with replacement buses available.

There is a good service predicted on all other lines, although we advise you to check your route prior to departure through Transport for London. Supporters travelling to the game by car, please be advised that there are no planned roadworks in and around the area of the stadium. However, please check your route prior to departure through either the AA or RAC websites.

If you are travelling to the match by car, please remember Chelsea's Liftshare Scheme, which allows those supporters with room in their vehicle to give a fellow Blue a lift to the game.

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