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Chelsea: Bar Opening Times

2 January 2016

This Sunday's game against Chelsea kicks-off at 1.30pm and with a capacity crowd expected the club advise supporters to arrive early at the stadium.  

Bar areas and our fan zone in the Directors Car Park will be open as shown below and remember the turnstiles open at 12 noon. 

10.30am – Speroni's, 2010 Bar, Executive Boxes and Fan Zone in the Directors Car Park. 

11.00am – Crystals, Glaziers, Red and Blue Bar, Stephenson and Wright and Bright lounges.

12 midday - The turnstiles will be open for all areas of the stadium. 

Wright and Bright and Stephenson can be entered through Entrance 11 & 12 and Red and Blue Bar through E2 in Holmesdale Road. 


Up to 45 minutes before kick-off you can get a Carlsberg or Somersby Cider and any Burger (excluding GK burger) for just £5 in the concourse bars. Offer available at selected bars with the Early Bird Signage. The option of Real ale will only be available from the bars serving Real Ale, please ask a member of staff before you order.


Due to restrictions in facilities this offer is not available in the following bars;


-          Johnsons

-          Hot Dog Cart 1

-          HD Bottle Bar

-          Hot Dog Cart 2

-          Cronx Bar

-          Bryne Bar

-          Shipperley Bar

-          Armstrong Bar

-          AW Bottle Bar


For anybody specifically requesting an ale we will run a voucher offer so they can pick up their ale at a bar that has the facilities to serve it. Cronx bar will be the pickup area for any ale vouchers.

The box office and club shop are both open through until kick-off and will be open for half an hour after the game.  Please note Monday's match is now sold out.   

STADIUM RULES:  Unless otherwise directed by the Safety Officer, soft drinks in plastic containers for personal use only will be allowed inside the stadium at the discretion of the searching steward, but these must be under one litre in size and have unbroken seals on them (to avoid alcohol being brought into the stadium). Glass bottles will not be allowed. 

Once inside the stadium, soft drinks for personal use only will be allowed to be taken to the seated area, provided they are under one litre in size. 

Premier League stadia are smoke-free and smoking or the use of electronic cigarettes is not permitted inside the stadium.


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