Big Virtual Stamford Bridge Sleep Out 2021
After the success of their first Sleep Out in 2019, we are delighted that Chelsea Supporters’ Trust with the co-operation of Chelsea Football Club will be holding another sleep out Saturday, March 27th 2021.
Unfortunately, with the current restrictions, they will not be able to have it at Stamford Bridge, so this year it is going to be Virtual!
The event is to raise funds for Stoll, supporting the fantastic work we do for homeless veterans. The funds raised are especially vital during these Covid times as charities are having so many extra issues to deal with.
As this is a virtual event you can be as creative as you want to be. Put a tent out in your garden or even in your living room, how about using The Shed, not that one but the one in your garden. Anyone can sign up to raise money from the Big Virtual Stamford Bridge Sleepout including families.
All income raised will go directly into supporting vulnerable and homeless Veterans so please sign up today! If you are unable to take part, you can always support the campaign by getting a good night sleep in your bed and donating to the cause!
How to sign up or support
To register your place please click this link :
Once we have you listed, you can raise money by getting sponsored through your own Virgin Money Giving page. This is easily achieved by clicking here for step-by-step instructions.
Or, by donating whatever you can directly to our general giving page
Between now and the date, we will keep you all fully updated on what is happening. Follow us on social media to keep up with the latest news:
Twitter – @ChelseaSTrust
Please see here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any other questions, please email
More about Stoll
The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust have teamed up with Stoll to support vulnerable Veterans with homes and support services.
For over 100 years, Stoll has proudly been working with Veterans who are experiencing homelessness, issues around mental including PTSD, supporting Veterans who have a physical injury from armed service, access to skills and training as they transition into civilian life, and a health and wellbeing programme to support the different needs and ages of our Veterans
Stoll has been and continues to be impacted greatly by Covid-19 with large numbers of Veterans shielding or self-isolating due to underlying health conditions. Throughout the pandemic we have continued to support Stoll Veterans by continuing to provide front-line support, moving our health and wellbeing programme online, and supporting our older and disabled Veterans with food parcels and domiciliary care.
They are hoping to raise £30,000 from this exciting event. All funds raised will go directly into supporting vulnerable Veterans and we thank the Chelsea Supporters’ Trust for continuing to support Stoll.