Chelsea considering move to Earl’s Court as Todd Bawley considers replacing Stamford Bridge with fantastic 60,000 stadium

Chelsea are reconsidering a shock move to the 60,000-capacity Earl’s Court Stadium.

Blue owner Todd Boley Still trying to make his mark in West London clubs.

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Chelsea are reportedly considering a move to a new Earl’s Court stadiumCredit: Reuters

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Stamford Bridge has a capacity of 40,000 and was last renovated in 1998.Credit: Rex

daily mail It reports that an American has created a team dedicated to building the new venue.

Plans include a sleek 60,000 stadium on 40 acres of Earl’s Court.

Development is said to be still in the “early stages” and no formal planning application has been filed.

Bailey requires permission from Chelsea Pitch Owners – 180 Lease Shareholders Group Owning Freehold – Leaving Stamford Bridge.

A move to the local Earl’s Court, once the exhibition centre, was considered under Roman Ablomovic.

However, in 2010, the Hammersmith and Fulham Council scrapped the plan, so the plan was scrapped.

Another option is Rebuild Stamford Bridge one at a time.

This will gradually rebuild your current ground, replacing and upgrading your stands one by one.

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The hotel behind Shed End is also bulldozed.

Boehly supposedly appointed Janet Marie Smith, an architect who has worked on many stadium renovations in the United States.

Smith’s projects include Baltimore’s Oriole Park, Atlanta’s Olympic Stadium, Boston Red Sox’s Fenway Park, and LA’s Boleys Dodger Stadium.

Chelsea want to build a new 60,000-capacity ground to meet supporter demand and keep up with domestic rivals.

Title contenders Arsenal and Manchester City have gorgeous, modern stadiums.



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