The official Chelsea website brings you travel news ahead of Saturday's game against Tottenham at the Bridge...
On the District line, there is no service between South Kensington and East Ham. The entire Circle line is closed.
On the Hammersmith & City line, there is no service between Baker Street and Barking, and the Metropolitan line is shut between Aldgate and Baker Street.
The Northern line is closed between Moorgate and Kennington, while currently there is strike action planned on the Bakerloo line with no services expected to run.
On London Overground, there is no service between Shepherds Bush and Willesden Junction, nor between Edmonton Green and Cheshunt.
We advise you check the TFL website prior to travelling.
Engineering work is taking place between Hither Green and Petts Wood, closing all lines. Buses replace trains between Lewisham and Orpington.
Trains between Grove Park and Bromley North will not run. Services between London Charing Cross and Sevenoaks will be diverted to run on an alternative route.
Services that usually run between London Charing Cross and Ramsgate / Dover Priory (via Paddock Wood) will be amended to run to / from London Victoria, and will be diverted between London and Sevenoaks.
Services between London Charing Cross and Hastings will be diverted to run on an alternative route between London Charing Cross and Orpington, and will be retimed.
Trains between London Cannon Street and Hayes will not run. Services between London Charing Cross and Hayes will additionally stop at Lewisham, and will be retimed.
Trains between London Victoria and Orpington (via Bromley South) will be extended to run to / from Tonbridge.
We advise you check your journey before you travel using the National Rail journey planner.
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.