Chelsea FC to unveil ambitious £500m plan to increase capacity to 60,000 at a consultation meeting to local residents and supporters at a Stamford Bridge exhibition between June 30 and July 2. According to reports in the Telegraph, Chelsea FC could be forced to find a new home for up to three years if the club push ahead with plans to expand Stamford Bridge that includes ideas for Chelsea to dig down below street level to increase the capacity of the stadium from 41,798 to 60,000. Owner Roman Abramovich will have to fully fund the project with early predictions estimating it could cost £500 million and take up to three years to complete the plan, meaning Chelsea FC would have to play away from Stamford Bridge during the period. Twickenham has previously been touted as a potential temporary home for the Premier League champions and Chelsea FC have held discussions with Rugby Football Union’s Ian Ritchie, while Wembley would be another option for the London […]