Chelsea on Friday announced a number of upgrades at Stamford Bridge ahead of their first Premier League clash of the season at the stadium.
The West London club made this disclosure on their official website.
The Maurizio sarri’s men will battle the Gunners at home after beating Huddersfield Town 3-0 in their last EPL game on Saturday at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Arsenal on the other hand, were defeated 2-0 by Manchester City at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Chelsea announced numerous upgrades at the stadium including the additional facilities for disabled fans (wheelchair positions) being increased to 219 for this season.
Other upgrades include the installation of new viewing platforms for away fans, an addition of 300 easy access and amenity seats that would be available on a match-by-match basis.
Another upgrade is the brand new sensory room, which is a stress-free and controlled environment where younger fans with autism or other needs can enjoy the home team match.
The East Lower concourse will see new changing facilities for the disabled supporters and the West Lower concourse features two new accessible toilets.
The stadium also features improved and better signage to help supporters travel around the ground with ease.