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Five stadiums Chelsea could use while Stamford Bridge is redeveloped (1)

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Chelsea are currently looking into the possibility of leaving Stamford Bridge for one season - the 2016-17 campaign - while their home stadium is redeveloped.

The Blues are keen to expand their capacity from 41,800 to 60,000 - but, in order for this to happen, they'll need to vacate the west London ground on a temporary basis.

It's imperative that Chelsea keep their passionate supporters in mind when considering their temporary home. But finding a stadium with sufficient capacity is also important.

Several options

There are a long list of stadiums within a 10-mile radius of Stamford Bridge, but only a handful of them are equipped to host Premier League and Champions League football.

With this in mind, we've come up with a list of five potential temporary homes for Jose Mourinho's side that are within a 10-mile radius and have the capacity and facilities to host the biggest matches.

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We want your views!

Have a scroll through the list by clicking 'Begin Slideshow' and don't forget to leave your thoughts in the comments' section below.

Also, let us know how you think the move will affect Chelsea. Mourinho's side are a formidable force on their home ground, so by moving away will they lose some of their fear factor for a season?

And should Chelsea be looking to leave Stamford Bridge altogether in order to move into a new stadium with a capacity in excess of 60,000? Let us know by leaving a comment.

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