Chelsea Football Club's fantastic victory in tonight's Champions League Final means a victory parade will go ahead tomorrow (Sunday, May 20).
Chelsea Football Club's (CFC) historic Champions League and FA Cup double means an open topped bus victory parade will roll through the streets of west London from 4pm on Sunday. The parade will be a rolling procession with the team remaining on the bus at all times. The Blues will start at Stamford Bridge and follow the same route as 2010 when at least 70,000 excited fans lined the streets.
The parade is due to start from 4pm on Sunday 20 May from Stamford Bridge’s west entrance before travelling east along Fulham Road
and turning right onto Hortensia Road, and then right again onto King's Road
and on to New King's Road. It is expected that it will take 35 minutes for the team to arrive at Eel Brook Common where the bus will make a short stop. The parade will end at Parsons Green.
It is anticipated that many thousands of people will want to view the parade and for public safety reasons, local roads will be restricted and some totally closed to through vehicle traffic from early Sunday morning until the crowds disperse. Continue reading