Chelsea FC continues Levy UK food and beverage partnership


Levy UK, which supplies food and drink services to some of the biggest and high-profile sports stadia, has announced that it will continue to serve as official caters of English Premier League soccer side Chelsea FC.

The company, which has been working with the club since 2005, will see new offerings for general and premium admission fans including greater choice, sustainable produce and craft options, across 43 outlets, 58 boxes, and 23 suites.

Levy UK has revealed that is expected to feed over one million fans each year at the 41,000-seater stadium, and is looking at new innovative food service and infrastructure to build on fan experience.

Chelsea FC food and beverage

Chelsea FC food and beverage

Jonathan Davies, managing director at Levy UK, said: “We’ve had great success in delivering catering options at Stamford Bridge so it’s exciting to continue this food evolution and plan for the next four years with one of Europe’s biggest football clubs. We have always been encouraged by the club to push for inclusive and forward-thinking catering and hospitality options that will appeal to the diverse fanbase and international visitors who come to Stamford Bridge to enjoy a world class experience.”

Chelsea FC has also recently rebranded its hospitality and events business called Club Chelsea where Levy UK will also provide the catering for corporate and private events held at Stamford Bridge.

“The extension of our partnership with Levy UK reinforces our long-term commitment to shaping first-class experiences for fans and visitors to Stamford Bridge,” said Chris Townsend, commercial director at Chelsea FC.

“The stadium is a hive of activity every day of the year, not just on matchday, and we are proud to continue innovating with Levy UK.”

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