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Stamford Bridge

a village in N England, east of York: site of a battle (1066) in which King Harold of England defeated his brother Tostig and King Harald Hardrada of Norway, three weeks before the Battle of Hastings
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A planning application for a new stadium at Stamford Bridge with an expanded seating capacity has been submitted," the club said on their website (www.
The exhibition is the first of a three part series kicking off at Stamford Bridge on 12th and 13th December 2015 followed by Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire in April 2016 and in Cheltenham in August 2016.
If the Magpies have not tasted victory at Liverpool since 1994, and their win at Manchester United last season was the first since 1972, the record at Stamford Bridge is not anything to shout about either.
Reports have emerged that the Ivorian would join Chelsea after ten years since Drogba initially moved to the Stamford Bridge from Marseille in a 24 million pound deal.
Lampard's appearance on the list does not mean his departure is inevitable, although Chelsea are still to clarify if the midfielder, who moved to Stamford Bridge in June 2001, will stay or move on.
There will be a terrific atmosphere at Stamford Bridge, just as there always is at matches in Turkey, but I am used to it and it will not be a problem.
It was Chelsea's sixth win in seven Premier League matches, at the concession of just three goals, and means Manchester City, Liverpool and United have all lost at Stamford Bridge this season.
Chelsea have won 16 and lost none of their last 19 Premier League games at Stamford Bridge (D3).
The last time Chelsea lost a Champions League group match at Stamford Bridge was against Besiktas on October 1, 2003, and Basle thoroughly merited being the team who brought the near 10-year, 29-match run to an end.
That loss at Stamford Bridge was followed by a 4-0 home battering by Tottenham and a worrying 3-0 defeat by Wigan at Villa Park, leaving Villa among the favourites to go down before a resurgence eventually pulled them to safety.
It was announced on June 13 that Chelsea and Bayer Leverkusen had reached an agreement for his transfer and the 22-year-old's move to Stamford Bridge was confirmed after paperwork was completed.
Mourinho could be named the new Stamford Bridge boss as early as today before being unveiled later this week after the Special One has signed a four-year contract.