HOUSE OF FUN PRE-STOKE
Saturday's Premier League game against Stoke City at Stamford Bridge represents a wonderful opportunity for the Blues to consolidate our position at the top of the table.
Away from the field of play, however, supporters heading to the match are advised to arrive early as we have a wide range of entertainment on offer for fans of all ages.
Ron Harris and Peter Bonetti, the two highest appearance makers in the club's history, will be appearing at the museum and recalling stories from their respective Chelsea careers between 10am and 12.30pm, with the last remaining tickets on sale here.
Elsewhere, music lovers should head over to Britannia Gate, where there will be a marching band keeping supporters amused from 1.30pm onwards as the pre-match atmosphere builds.
Younger supporters, meanwhile, particularly those with a penchant for video games, will undoubtedly want to make use of the EA SPORTS Dugout, where they will be able to showcase their abilities on FIFA 13 ahead of its Friday release.
For those supporters heading to the match with young children, from 1.30pm, the family stand only will play host to an array of activities which should keep the tantrums in check, including facepainters and balloon modellers, prize giveaways and a visit from Stamford the Lion.
Remember, make sure you arrive early to ensure you don't miss out on what promises to be a wonderful day of entertainment for all the family at Stamford Bridge.