Travelling supporter information | Chelsea vs Wolves

Wolves face a trip to Stamford on Saturday afternoon as Bruno Lage’s side face Chelsea in their penultimate Premier League away fixture.

A sold-out allocation of more than 3,000 tickets have been snapped up by Wolves supporters for the visit to west London for the 3pm kick-off and brings all the important information which may be beneficial for those making the trip.

Matchday information

The recommended entrance to the site for Wolves fans is via Stamford Gate which is nearest to the visiting supporters turnstiles. Turnstile will open at 1pm, and supporters are advised to be in their seats no later than 30 minutes before kick-off.

Enhanced security measures are in place and supporters are advised to arrive early to facilitate these. It is requested supporters avoid bringing bags where possible as enhanced searches will be taking place. Please note that bags larger than A4 will not be permitted entry into the Stadium.

The nearest pubs for Wolves fans are to the north-east of Stamford Bridge at Earls Court and are a 25 to 30-minute walk (1.4 miles) from the stadium.

They include the Earls Court Tavern (123 Earls Court Road, Kensington, London SW5 9RL), Prince of Teck (161 Earls Court Road, Kensington, London SW5 9RQ) and The Courtfield Tavern (187 Court Road, Kensington, London SW5 9AN).

Detailed information for supporters attending Saturday’s fixture, including stadium entry, safe standing and prohibited items can be found here.

Social stories

Social stories, a new communication exchange technique using meaningful and understandable pictures, are now available for all of Wolves’ away trips.

These guides are designed to assist fans through an event using up to date pictures and giving them advanced knowledge of what to expect when visiting new places.

Any supporter who would benefit from a social story for visiting Stamford Bridge, or any future away game, should contact the Wolves Fan Services team on

Each social story is individual to the away ground Wolves visits.