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Will Chelsea leave Stamford Bridge?

Updated 1505 GMT (2305 HKT) October 5, 2011
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The present-day Chelsea Village development is a far cry from Stamford Bridge's origins as an athletics ground in 1876. Getty Images
By the 1900s however, the football club had taken over. This match took place at Stamford Bridge in September 1909. Getty Images
On October 12, 1935 a club-record 82,905 fans crammed into Stamford Bridge to see the match between Chelsea and Arsenal. Getty Images
Chelsea fans queue for tickets to the 1970 FA Cup final replay between Chelsea and Leeds United, outside their club's Stamford Bridge ground. Getty Images
A view of Stamford Bridge in 1970, when Chelsea won England's most famous knockout competition for the first time. The club would have to wait another 27 years for a second such triumph.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich leaves London's High Court on October 4, 2011. He is being sued by fellow Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky for an alleged breach of contract over business deals. Getty Images
The Camp Nou in Barcelona is home to the European and Spanish champions. The stadium is the largest in the continent, with a capacity of almost 100,000. Getty Images
Signal Iduna Park is the home ground of German champions Borussia Dortmund. It is the country's largest stadium with a capacity of 80,000 for domestic matches, while Bayern Munich attract crowds of 70,000 to the Allianz Arena. Getty Images
The San Siro in Milan is home to the city's two big teams, Inter and AC. Both clubs can attract up to 80,000 fans to their home games. Getty Images