Commercial sites at Stamford Bridge have closed until further notice in line with the latest Government advice as England returns to lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The majority of non-essential businesses in the country have been instructed to close until at least 2 December in an attempt to curb the rising number of Covid-19 cases, meaning that while Chelsea matches will continue, the Stamford Bridge site is now closed to the public and will not reopen before the end of that period.

Chelsea Stadium Tours and the Chelsea Museum are closed with immediate effect, as are Frankie’s, the Tea Bar, the Chelsea Health Club and the Megastore. The Online Store will continue to operate as usual and Under the Bridge is running live stream events and broadcasting.

The Britannia Entrance to Stamford Bridge remains closed and access to the site from all other entrances will be restricted. Access to the hotels is available only for essential stays and those unable to work from home.

For everyone’s safety, supporters are reminded to stay away from Stamford Bridge on matchdays, as no fans will be allowed access to the site.