The official Chelsea website brings you travel news and general visiting supporters' info ahead of Sunday's game against Arsenal at the Emirates.

Click here for detailed information on how to get to the Emirates, and here for Arsenal's visiting supporters' guide.

Arsenal advise that security at Emirates Stadium is at a high level so early arrival will fans enter the stadium in time for the game. They encourage supporters not to bring a bag and only carry essential items. Maximum bag size is 16.5” x 12” x 6”, (a small lap top bag). All bags are searched and tagged prior to entry. Turnstiles will open at 12.30pm.

Travel News


We advise you to check the TFL website prior to travelling.

On the London Underground there is no Circle Line service on Sunday. On the District Line there is no service between South Kensington and East Ham. Replacement buses operate east of Tower Hill.

On the Hammersmith & City Line there is no service between Baker Street and Barking.

The Metropolitan Line is closed between Baker Street and Aldgate.

On the Overground, there is no service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction. Replacement buses operate and trains between Highbury & Islington and Stratford will end at 6.30pm.

National Rail

Click for a list of local train services not running usual services on Sunday.

Industrial action continues to mean a reduced service on South Western Railways.

You are advised to check the National Rail journey planner prior to your departure.

The roads

Supporters are strongly advised not to drive to Emirates Stadium. The ground is situated in a mainly residential area with an extensive Event Day Parking Scheme in operation. Only car owners with resident's permits will be allowed to park on-street in the designated areas and any cars parked illegally will be towed away.

If you are travelling to the game 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.

Please check your route prior to departure through either the AA or RAC websites.

Traffic England have live Traffic alerts.

You can also follow the dedicated Chelsea police account on Twitter, which will provide useful updates and information on matchday.