Your Guide to Chelsea FC's Victory Parade on Monday May 25

Road closures and restrictions due last from 7.30am till 4.30pm

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Stamford Bridge

Details of the Parade from Chelsea FC

List of roads affected by parade

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Map of the Proposed 2015 Parade Route

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There will be road closures and restrictions around Stamford Bridge from 7.30am on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25 in preparation for a victory parade by Chelsea Football Club, celebrating the club winning the Barclays Premier League.

Hammersmith and Fulham Council says that the parade itself and the clean-up operation afterwards will be wholly funded by Chelsea FC.

The club have provided a hotline for residents with queries on the day and the day before on 020 7958 2121.

The council says for public safety reasons, some roads will be closed and access to other roads restricted from 7.30am on May 25 until the crowds have dispersed and the clean-up operation has been completed.

Roads should begin to reopen to public traffic from 4.30pm.

The map below shows the parade route, road closure timings and pedestrian crossing points along the route. To see the details, view a larger version of it on the council's website.

You can also see a full list of affected roads on Chelsea FC's website along with more information.

Answers to a range of questions about the parade can also be found on the FAQs from the event organisers.


If you have any questions at this stage, please contact Chelsea FC’s event organisers at They will also be hosting the telephone hotline 020 7958 2121 on Sunday May 24 (9am to 6pm) and Monday May 25 (7am to 6.30pm).

Anyone with urgent queries without email access can contact Michael Russell at H&F Council before the hotline opens on 020 8753 2160.

Live event information messaging will be available via the borough’s Twitter feed @LBHF. You can also follow #CFCParade on your Twitter account.

The parade will start at midday on May 25 and will finish around 1pm. The team buses will depart from Stamford Bridge’s west entrance before travelling east along Fulham Road, turning right onto Hortensia Road and then right into King's Road and onto New King’s Road.

There will be a short stop at Eel Brook Common, where the procession will end. The buses will then leave the parade route via Parsons Green.


May 13, 2015