The official Chelsea website brings you travel news ahead of Sunday's game against Fulham at the Bridge.
On the Metropolitan line before 9.30am and after 9pm, there is no service between Wembley Park and Aldgate.
London Overground is closed between: Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction, Sydenham and West Croydon, and Hackney Downs and Chingford.
We advise you to check the TFL website prior to travelling.
Until 12 noon on Sunday, there will be no Southern service between Shepherds Bush and Milton Keynes Central/Watford Junction.
Engineering work is taking place between London Victoria and Herne Hill/Denmark Hill, closing all lines. As a result, no Southeastern services will run to or from London Victoria. Services that usual run to/from London Victoria will be amended to run to/from London Blackfriars/London Cannon Street or London Charing Cross.
On South Western Railway, engineering work is taking place between Weybridge and Guildford/Basingstoke, closing all lines. As a result, buses will replace trains between:
Weybridge and Guildford (calling at all stations), Weybridge and Woking (calling at all stations), Weybridge and Basingstoke (calling at all stations between Woking and Basingstoke), and Woking and Basingstoke (calling at Guildford).
Services between Woking and Alton will run between Guildford and Alton. Services between London Waterloo and Portsmouth Harbour services will be diverted to run via Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon, and will additionally call at Guildford.
Engineering work is taking place between Norwood Junction/Streatham/Wimbledon and Sutton/Epsom/Epsom Downs, closing various lines. There are no Thameslink services between Streatham and Sutton via Mitcham Junction, or between Wimbledon and Sutton via St Helier. Customers for stations via Mitcham Junction should use TfL buses and replacement buses.
On Southern, buses will replace trains between Streatham and Epsom and also between Norwood Junction and Sutton/Epsom Downs.
A good service is also scheduled for major lines into London on the National Rail network on Sunday although once again you are advised to check the National Rail journey planner prior to your departure.
Please note that when we have a Sunday home fixture, street parking is prohibited in Fulham Road between Finborough Road and Harwood Road from four hours before kick-off to one hour after the final whistle so, for this Sunday coming, parking is prohibited from 8am. Vehicles parked illegally are liable to be towed away.
If you are travelling to Stamford Bridge by car, please remember Chelsea's Liftshare Scheme, which enables those supporters with room in their vehicle to give a fellow Blue a lift to the game.
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