Chelsea supporters attending Sunday’s match at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are asked to take advantage of a guide for visiting supporters which may be downloaded below, and to read the following on behaviour at the game.
Keeping Support Positive
Chelsea Football Club looks forward to the team receiving great support for an important fixture in the calendar and a first visit to our London rivals’ new stadium. We ask for this support to remain respectful and positive at all times inside and around the stadium, as well as on transport to and from the match.
We recognise there has been a marked decrease in discriminatory behaviour at recent Chelsea versus Tottenham games compared with the past, when a small minority tarred this London derby with antisemitic abuse, including the use of the Y-word in all contexts. We welcome this reduction and hope and call for this to continue.
We have long held the position that such behaviour has no place in football or society. Chelsea is proud of our diversity and our vision embraces equality regardless of race, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, disability or religion.
If you hear discriminatory language or chants at the match, report it to a police officer or steward, or you can TEXT 07894 937 793 during the match or CALL 020 7386 3355 after the match.
You can also download the Kick It Out app.
Download the Tottenham Away Supporters’ Guide
Our opponents on Sunday have produced an information guide for fans of other clubs visiting their stadium, including details of transport, where to enter and their bag policy.
Due to an increased police and security presence both inside and outside the stadium, Spurs are asking fans to assist their stewarding teams by arriving early to ensure an easy and quick entry. Turnstiles will open at 2.30pm.