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Chelsea open-top bus victory parade scheduled for May 25

Yes, there will be bus parking.

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Premier League champions.  League Cup winners.  U19 UEFA Youth League champions.  U18 FA Youth Cup winners.  (And the academy still have an outside chance at both U21 and U18 Premier League titles.)  All of Chelsea's winners will be celebrated during the open-top bus victory parade, set for May 25.

Following our success in winning the Barclays Premier League and with agreement from London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the Metropolitan Police, we can confirm that a victory parade will be held on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May, commencing at 12pm.

The parade will start at Stamford Bridge, then make its way over to King's Road, stopping at Eel Brook Common (where they will have a live feed set up at on a big screen as well), and finishing at Parsons Green.  The official site has a more detailed map of the route, including information about road closures, parking, and clean-up.

Chelsea expect the parade to last about an hour, but that seems like a bit of an optimistic estimate.  Chelsea TV will be covering the event live, for those of us unable to attend in person.

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