BVB will be at Stamford Bridge for the return leg of their Champions League Round of 16 tie on Tuesday (07/03). Kick-off against Chelsea will be at 20:00 local time, with the stadium doors set to open at 18:30. We have compiled the most important info for you below.
Please note that you need a valid passport to travel to Great Britain.
Parking spaces must be booked in advance via Chelsea. Info on parking can be found here.
The meeting point for BVB fans in London will be “Earls Court” train station. The station can be reached by underground trains on the District Line and the Piccadilly Line. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in the vicinity of the station. We recommend the following pubs for fans travelling to London without a ticket:
Earls Court Tavern, 123 Earls Court Road
Prince of Teck, 161 Earls Court Road
The Courtfield Tavern, 187 Court Road
From Earls Court, it is approximately 30 minutes to Stamford Bridge.
The stadium will be open from 18:30 CET. The away sector is located in the “Shed End” stand in blocks 1-4 in the lower tier and 1-2 in the upper tier.
Please note there will be intensive checks at the entrances. Please be prepared that there may be longer waiting times.
The following fan items are permitted:
- Fence flags provided space is available (up to a maximum size of 2m x 1m)
- Flagpoles of any kind
- Pyrotechnics (bringing pyrotechnics with you is a criminal offence)
- Weapons of any kind
- Bags and rucksacks
- Food and drink
- Selfie sticks
- Large umbrellas
At the stadium
As is standard for international matches, the unwritten rule of free seating applies within blocks with seats. So if the seat shown on your ticket is occupied, there will definitely be something free in other areas of the away sector.
Smoking is not permitted throughout the entire stadium. The same applies to e-cigarettes. It is permitted to bring cigarettes, lighters and e-cigarettes with you.
There will be no drop-off point for bags and rucksacks at the stadium.
You can only pay with EC and credit card at the stadium.
Eating and drinking is not permitted in the stands.
Alcoholic drinks are sold at the stadium.
There will be no block closure after the match. Taxis will be available in the entire area around the stadium.
Contact persons on site
The fan representatives Sebastian Walleit (+49 151 46505752), Benedikt Watermeier (+49 170 2285155) and Björn Hegemann (+49 151 15395123) as well as Johannes Bagus, Florian Hansing and Thorsten Grunewald from Fan-Projekt Dortmund e.V. will be available as your contact persons in London.