500m stadium given the green light after receiving final approval from Sadiq Khan Stamford Bridge is currently only the 86th biggest football stadium in Europe and will also drop to the fourth largest in London when Tottenham's new home opens.
Chelsea will be able to significantly boost match day income, with 13,374 extra general admission tickets available and the number of hospitality seats doubling to 9,200. The landmark decision, a huge day in the history of the west London club, will also create more opportunities for lucrative sponsorship and naming rights. Mr Khan said the new stadium, designed by architects Herzog and de Meuron, creators of the Birds Nest Olympic stadium in Beijing, would be "the jewel in London's sporting crown". The Mayor said he was satisfied the new stadium, expected to be ready for the 2020 21 campaign, was a "high quality and spectacular design" as he gave it final approval. He said: "London is one of the world's greatest sporting cities cheap ray ban glasses and I'm delighted that we will soon add Chelsea's new stadium to the already fantastic array of sporting arenas in the capital. "Having taken a balanced view of the application, I'm satisfied this is a high quality and spectacular design which wayfarer ray ban glasses will significantly increase capacity within the existing site, as well as ensuring fans can have easy access from nearby transport connections. "I'm confident this new stadium will be a jewel in London's sporting crown and will attract visitors and football fans from around the world." The proposal was approved unanimously by Hammersmith and Fulham Council's planning committee in January before going to City Hall for the Mayor's ochelari de soare ray ban final approval. The application also includes an investment of 12million in community activities, such as employment and skills training, as well as a contribution of 3.75 million towards affordable housing in the borough. The decision by Liverpool fan Mr Khan is his latest involving London football, coming after his backing for a new stadium for AFC Wimbledon, which sees the Dons set to return to their Plough Lane home nearly three decades after leaving it in 1991. He has also said he "wholeheartedly supports" Millwall FC remaining in Lewisham amid fears the club's New Den stadium was under threat glasses of ray ban from developers. Click the Adblock/Adblock Plus icon, which is to the right of your address bar.
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