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This is a list of pubs around the Stamford Bridge area that are friendly to Chelsea supporters.  Naturally, as an incredibly affluent and posh area, some of these pubs are among the most beautiful and desireable in the country. It’s important to note these 3 items:

1) Most of these pubs are Chelsea-only, and most almost always require a ticket in the home ends to verify entry.

2) Post-match, some pubs may reject entry for wearing Chelsea shirts/apparel as they move to catering to their neighborhood audience.

3) Pubs near Earl’s Court are not listed as some are designated for Away supporters only.

*Recommended by CIA for first-timers.

The Famous Three Kings
171 North End Road


The Goose Fulham*
248 North End Road



The Old Oak
180 North End Road



Cock Tavern*
360 North End Road

-Home pub of the Chelsea Fancast and many ST holders!



Simmon’s Bar*
374 North End Road

-Perhaps the cheapest pints of any Chelsea pub.



McGettigan’s Fulham*
1 Fulham Broadway

-Perhaps the latest “last call” time in the area.



Kona Kai
515 Fulham Road

-Tiki cocktails a favorite of some players…



The Butcher’s Hook*
477 Fulham Road

-Chelsea were founded upstairs when it was known as The Rising Sun. Default meeting point for many Yanks abroad, but massively busy before/after matches.



Frankie’s Sports Bar & Grill
Stamford Bridge

-Located attached to Stamford Bridge, Shed entrance.

The Fox & Pheasant
1 Billing Road

-Owned by James Blunt, incredibly upscale.



The Chelsea Ram
32 Burnaby Street



The Atlas*
16 Seagrave Road

-Popular beed garden before/after matches.

The Lillie Langtree
19 Lillie Road

-Upscale gastropub.



The Rose
1 Harwood Terrace

-Another popular beer garden



The White Horse*
1-3 Parsons Green

-2x winner best pub in Britain.



Duke On The Green
235 New Kings Road

The Fulham Mitre
81 Dawes Road



The Captain Cook
203-205 Dawes Road



Kings Arms
425 New Kings Road



The Eight Bells
89 Fulham High St

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