Kingsmeadow is a football stadium that is the current home of Chelsea Women and Chelsea U21s. The stadium originally opened in 1989 as the home of Kingstonian F.C., who marked the occasion with a friendly against Queens Park Rangers.
Following their foundation, AFC Wimbledon agreed a ground-share with Kingstonian in 2002. After one season, the club purchased the ground from the owner of Kingstonian before selling to Chelsea in 2015 to fund their own new stadium, who intended on using Kingsmeadow for their women’s team and youth teams.
The Chelsea teams began playing their matches at the stadium in 2017 which unfortunately left no room for Kingstonian, who have subsequently been left with no permanent home. AFC Wimbledon left for their new Plough Lane stadium in 2020.
Tenants: Chelsea Women (Women’s Super League) & Chelsea U21
Tickets at Kingsmeadow
Chelsea Women Tickets
Chelsea Women tickets are available to purchase through the official website here or at the ticket office located in the northwest corner of the stadium which opens 90 minutes prior to kick off. Chelsea Women ticket prices for the 2022/23 season cost £9 for Adults (standing) and £10 (seating), whilst Juniors/Seniors cost £1 (standing) or £2 (seating).
Chelsea U21 Tickets
Chelsea U21 tickets are available to purchase through the official website here, cost £3 for Concessions and £5 for Adults.
Location & Travel to Kingsmeadow
Kingsmeadow is located in the area of Norbiton in the town of Kingston upon Thames in the south west of London.
Airport: Two of the world’s largest airports are situated near London and both serve many international destinations. London Heathrow Airport is 10 miles west of Kingston upon Thames and can be reached by taking the X26 bus directly run from the airport, with a journey time of about 45 minutes.
Gatwick Airport is approximately 27 miles south of Kingston. From the airport, catch a train to Clapham Junction and then change to another service to Kingston.
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Bus: The 131 bus stops directly outside the ground, running between Fairfield Bus Station and Tooting Broadway. Bus K5 between Ham and Morden stops at King Henry;s Road, a short walk away.
Train: The closest train station is Norbiton Rail Station, about a 15 minute walk away with trains from London Waterloo via Clapham Junction and Wimbledon.