So you're an adventurer in England. You're not in the mood to see nature parks or dusty old museums or statues of gentlemen that died hundreds of years ago. We understand. Enter Chelsea football. If you want a chance to understand the contemporary English people, you need to observe and interact with them during the drunken blood-lust that is football zealotry. Are we overstating? Maybe a bit. It can't hurt to grab yourself a Chelsea scarf before taking your seat though.
Located in the Moore Park Estate of West London (in Fulham actually, not Chelsea), you can get to the stadium via the 14, 211 and 414 buses or the Fulham Broadway tube stop on the District Line. Driving to the match is not recommended since parking can be quite restricted. Also, be sure to get there early and to stay late, for there is quite a dense selection of pubs within walking distance of the stadium, meaning that you'll have plenty of opportunity to work up your own blood lust for rivals like Arsenal and Man U. Check the team website for a schedule of events and to buy your tickets (which range from about $70 - $150 USD) to see some of the world's great football players in action, including legends like Lampard, Drogba, and Cech.