The official Chelsea website brings you travel news ahead of Saturday's game against Sheffield United at the Bridge, including disruption to South Western Railway services.
A reduced service will run on most of the South Western Railway network. Some routes will not have a train service or a replacement bus service.
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Some of the key routes:
Woking to London Waterloo (stopping service) - a half-hourly service will operate between these stations.
Dorking to London Waterloo- trains will run every 30 minutes between London Waterloo and Epsom. There will be no South Western Railway services between Leatherhead and Dorking. An hourly rail replacement bus service will run between Effingham Junction and Epsom.
Guildford to London Waterloo via Cobham and Stoke d'Abernon - an hourly train service will run from 7am to 10pm between Surbiton and Guildford via Cobham.
Hampton Court to London Waterloo - replacement buses will be running a half hourly service between Hampton Court and Surbiton.
Chessington South to London Waterloo - a reduced service will run on this line. Service will start later than normal at 8am, with two trains per hour. The train service will also finish earlier than normal at 7pm.
London Waterloo to Windsor and Eton Riverside (via Hounslow) - a half-hourly service will run between London Waterloo and Windsor & Eton Riverside (via Hounslow).
London Waterloo to Reading - two trains each hour will run between London Waterloo and Reading. Trains will not stop at Longcross station.
London Waterloo to Weybridge via Staines - these trains will not run. Please use alternative services and change at Virginia Water for a bus replacement service.
An hourly replacement bus will run between Virginia Water and Weybridge.
You are advised to check the National Rail journey planner prior to your departure.
From midday, the Circle line is closed between Paddington and Kings Cross St Pancras. Before midday there is no service on the Hammersmith & City line between Moorgate and Hammersmith.
There is no service between Wembley Park and Aldgate on the Metropolitan line. Willesden Junction and Camden Road, nor between Gospel Oak and Barking on London Overground.
We advise you to check the TFL website prior to travelling.
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.
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.