Frank Lampard and John Terry charge around there most days - and now Paul Chelton, Charlie John and co will follow in their footsteps.
Chelsea's training ground in Cobham will be the venue for the League Cup Final, which Hampton Youth U10s reached on Sunday by beating Carshalton 2-0.
Chelton gave them a first-minute lead, and after Alfie Johnson and Alistair Wakeling helped Hampton soak up the pressure, Charlie John smashed home a second from the edge of the box.
Chelton and John have now scored in every round, and will hope to do so in the final against Kingstonian on April 6 too.
The U8s turned around a 2-0 half-time deficit to beat Halliford Colts 3-2 thanks to a Jamie Fowler brace and a Seb Lane strike.
Hampton's U9 Youth and Manor sides played each other, and the Youth took bragging rights with a 3-1 win thanks to two late Liam Heath strikes - his first goals for the club.
Freddie Kemm also bagged a brace, while Charlie Holmes notched for Manor, for whom Keegan Stewart saved a penalty.
Sterling performances from Harry Chapman and Dario Trentin were not enough to prevent a defeat by the only goal of the game for the U11 Manor side at Halliford Colts, while the U10 Youth went down 5-1 to Banstead, despite Daniel Aparicio's first goal for the side.