While the men's side play in front of 42,000 at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea Ladies FC's home is the slightly more down-to-earth Imperial Fields in Morden, south London. Chelsea LFC share the 3,500-capacity stadium (612 seated) with semi-professional football club Tooting & Mitcham United, who moved in when the stadium was first opened in 2002. Imperial Fields hosted the inaugural game of the newly established FA Women's Super League in April 2011, when visitors Arsenal beat the home side Chelsea 1-0.
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Imperial Fields London > Leisure > Bishopsford Road, Morden, SM4 |
Same location as Imperial Fields While the men's side play in front of 42,000 at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea Ladies FC's home is the slightly more down-to-earth Imperial Fields in Morden, south ...More
The Castle London > Nightlife > Pubs 38 Tooting High Street, SW17 |
2.4 miles from Imperial Fields Right on Tooting high street, the striking, 19th century facade of The Castle hides a contemporary pub with a stunning garden, light-filled orangery and seasonal British ...More
The Alexandra London > Nightlife > Pubs 33 Wimbledon Hill Road, SW19 |
2.5 miles from Imperial Fields Located a short walk from Wimbledon station, The Alexandra is a true sports pub. As well as a good selection of beers ...More
The Swan London > Nightlife > Pubs 89 Ridgway, Wimbledon, SW19 |
2.8 miles from Imperial Fields The Swan is a traditional British pub in Wimbledon with a welcoming atmosphere and a menu of British pub food classics like hand-battered fish and chips, ...More