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Season before last I went to Stamford Bridge without a ticket, and watched Chelsea vs. Everton in Frankie's Restaurant in The Village. It was a non-televised, Saturday 3pm kick-off, but Frankie's had an official stream.

I had heard they did this for all games - and they used to charge a £10 entry - but this was free.

Does Frankie's still do this? I would happily pay £10 per game to watch a game that wasn't on Sky.

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