Success or failure of the Blues Chelsea in Europe this season still will not undo Chelsea intention to build a larger stadium capacity. Reportedly the Battersea Power Plant in North London will become the new Chelsea venue. In recent months, reportedly when the official Chelsea made an offer to buy the former area of the Battersea Power Plant. If successful, the Blues will leave Stamford Bridge has become home to over 107 years old. The offer was made with Almacantar, a property developer who became their partner.
Battersea building itself no longer be active since 1983 ago. With an area of 15 acres, Chelsea plans to build a new stadium that can carry 60 thousand spectators. In a statement Chelsea said: "Battersea Power Plant is one of the most famous buildings in London and has the potential to become one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world." One key aspect of the new stadium was built later on Chelsea stand a level that can accommodate up to 15 thousand spectators like at Anfield and Westfalenstadion.
Capacity Stamford Bridge itself is still inferior to Old Trafford and the Emirates. Chelsea headquarters was only a capacity of 42 thousand spectators, while the Old Trafford and the Emirates can accommodate 76 thousand and 60 thousand spectators. While the Tribune is the largest in the world's Westfalenstadion Sudtribune-Borussia Dortmund-cage with a capacity of up to 25 thousand spectators.