MATCHDAY TRAVEL NEWS
Supporters heading to Saturday's game against West Ham United may find the following information useful.
There will be no service on the DLR between Shadwell and Bank. Buses will run between Bank and Tower Gateway.
Elsewhere, Canon Street station is closed on the District and Circle Lines, while Paddington on the Hammersmith and City Line is also closed.
There is a good service predicted on all other lines, although we strongly advise you to check your route prior to departure through Transport for London
Those fans using National Rail services should note that on Southeastern Trains, buses replace trains between New Cross and Charlton, calling at Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill and Westcombe Park. Trains between London Cannon Street and Barnehurst via Greenwich will not run, nor will trains to and from London Cannon Street via Greenwich and Sidcup. Trains between London Cannon street and Slade Green via Bexley Heath will be diverted to call at all stations between Charlton and Dartford. Trains between London Cannon Street / London Charing Cross and Dartford via Greewich will be diverted to call additionally at New Cross, St Johns, Lewisham and Blackheath. This service will not call at stations between Deptford and Westcombe Park.
Meanwhile, on Southern, there are planned engineering works between London Bridge and Tulse Hill. Buses replace trains between London Bridge and West Norwood, London Bridge and London Victoria via Peckham Rye, and between Crystal Palace and Beckenham Junction. Trains will also not run between London Bridge and Beckenham Junction, and London Bridge and London Victoria via Peckham Rye. Trains between London Bridge and West Croydon will start and terminate at Tulse Hill.
If you are one of those supporters travelling by car, please remember Chelsea's Liftshare Scheme, which allows fans with room in their vehicle to give a fellow Blue a lift to the match.
For those supporters heading to the game by car, you are advised to check your route through either the AA or RAC websites.
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