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Much like many top-tier teams, Chelsea's bulk of the team are made up of midfielders, meaning the team remains versatile and allows Conte to easily adapt the team to most situations. With Conte initially pushing his defence-heavy 4-1-4-1 formation, it's looking like Conte has landed on to a winner employing the much more offensive 3-4-3 formation. While other managers are certainly toying with the idea, what is making Chelsea such an efficient user of the new formation comes in the forms of N'Golo Kante and Eden Hazard, the former whose energy has made him a versatile player in the center, while the latter has proved to be a formidable striker when the need calls for it.
With Stamford Bridge having been the soul reason for Chelsea's foundation, it's not often that a club's stadium is actually older than the club themselves. Here's a quick overview of the stands:
With supposedly the most pubs within a mile radius of the stadium, it should come as no surprise that fans and visitors are highly encouraged to use public transport. What this also means is you can grab a cheeky pint or two before the match without worries, though most pubs on Fulham Road are "Chelsea pubs", so away fans may want to stop in a pub on the way to the stadium (stopping at tube station Earl's Court first tends to be a popular choice for many football fans). As always, we advise you to arrive to the stadium early, to visit all of the features that Stamford Bridge has to offer.
With the tube station Fulham Broadway (District Line) standing as a 6-minute walk to the stadium, it's certainly the best option to arrive to Stamford Bridge. From the center (Picadilly Circus) the journey is as simple as taking the tube to Earl's Court and to make sure to take the Wimbledon-bound train when necessary. If the underground isn't your thing then there's also the overground train, which depending where you're coming from stops at Imperial Wharf or West Brompton, both on the direct line between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction. Though keep in mind, you've got a good 15-minutes walk to the stadium afterwards.
As for buses, there are two bus stops situated right outside the stadium, so in case there are any problems with either tube or overground, there's always this option. Bus services that stop here are numbers 14, 211 and 414.
For something different, if you do find yourself near the Thames, you might even be able to grab a River Boat to Chelsea Harbour (situated near Imperial Wharf), and is a simple 15-minute walk from the stadium, though arrival and departure times won't be as regular as the former options. For this option, the boat you'll need to take is the River Bus RB6, via the Putney Pier direction.