The Champions League semi-finals are coming to London
London has long been one of the world's top sporting cities - something which was highlighted by the enormous success of the 2012 Olympic Games.
Indeed, not only is the capital home to some of best stadiums and arenas on the planet, but it also harbours many of the greatest and most iconic teams in the world.
Football fans in particular will be aware of just how great London is for watching live sport, with no fewer than six teams based in the capital playing in this season's Premier League.
Among them is Chelsea, who, despite their manager Jose Mourinho claiming that they are out of this year's title race, could still finish the season with both the league championship and the Champions League in their trophy cabinet.
This is something that had looked unlikely after their 3-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the first le fog their Champions League quarter-final tie on April 2nd, although the Blues pulled off a memorable comeback by overturning the deficit with a 2-0 victory in the second leg at Stamford Bridge last night (April 8th).
This means that Chelsea progress to the semi-finals by the narrowest of margins, winning the tie on away goals.
What makes the situation even more incredible is the fact that many people had been doubting the quality of the Premier League's top sides in comparison to those from Europe's other major leagues this season, so to have an English team in the semi-finals of the Champions League goes to show just how strong the division is.
Chelsea now await the draw to find out who their opponents will be, with the home leg at Stamford Bridge to be played on either the 22nd, 23rd, 29th or 30th of April.
Located in West London, Stamford Bridge is easily accessible from many of London's top restaurants and boutique hotels.