The official Chelsea website brings you travel news ahead of Sunday's game against Everton at the Bridge...
A good service is expected on all London Underground and Overground lines, although we advise you check the TFL website prior to travelling.
On Southern, engineering work is taking place between Harlesden and Watford Junction, closing all lines from 8.30pm on Saturday until 12 noon on Sunday.
As a result, no trains will run between Shepherds Bush and Watford Junction/Milton Keynes Central from 8pm on Saturday until 12 noon on Sunday.
Elsewhere, engineering work is taking place between Peckham Rye and Streatham/Streatham Hill/West Norwood, closing various lines. A replacement bus service will operate between London Bridge and Streatham.
Engineering work is taking place between Cheam and Leatherhead/Dorking and Warnham, closing all lines. Buses will replace trains between Sutton/Epsom and Dorking.
Engineering work is taking place between Feltham and Windsor & Eton Riverside/Ascot/Addlestone, closing the line. Buses will replace trains between Hounslow and Windsor & Eton Riverside/Ascot/Woking.
Engineering work is taking place between Raynes Park and Chessington South/Epsom, closing the line. Buses will replace trains between Wimbledon and Chessington South/Leatherhead and Dorking.
We advise you check your journey before you travel using the National Rail journey planner.
Traffic Disruption Alert - Major Gas Works on Cheyne Walk - Eastbound Closure - 15 February to 27 March 2020Please note that due to major gas works, roads in and around Stamford Bridge will be seriously congested and journeys times significantly impacted, particularly on matchdays. It is advised, if coming to any future home fixtures, that you consider using public transport.
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.