Chelsea FC has obtained an injunction preventing unauthorised access to Stamford Bridge and our Cobham training ground.
The injunction follows three separate incidents of trespass at Stamford Bridge on 29 September, 19 October and 9 November 2017. The injunction was sought against six named individuals, plus other unnamed individuals who may seek to trespass in future. Three of the named individuals have provided undertakings to the Court not to attempt to access Stamford Bridge or the Cobham training ground. The remaining three named individuals, plus any individuals who may attempt to trespass in future, will be subject to a Court Order prohibiting them from doing so.
Chelsea Football Club treats security and safety issues with the utmost importance and will continue to enforce the robust security measures in place for the protection of all of our visitors.
A copy of the Court Order can be found below. Further information relating to the injunction can be obtained by contacting Squire Patton Boggs (UK) LLP at 7 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YH, United Kingdom or by email at email@example.com or by telephoning 020 7655 1000.