DIRECTIONS & PARKING To see a street map of the ground and surrounding areas click hereBy Car
From the North. Take the A1/M1 to North Circular A406 follow signs for Harlesdon A404, then take the A219 to Hammersmith, when on Broadway follow signs for Fulham, turn right after 1 mile into Harboard Street then left at the end for the ground
From the South/East. Take the South circular A205, follow signs for Putney Bridge A219, cross the bridge and follow signs for Hammersmith for half a mile, take a left into Bishops Park Road, then right at the end.
From the West. Take the M4 to the A4, after two miles branch left into Hammersmith Broadway, then follow signs for Fulham, turn right after 1 mile into Harboard Street then left at the end for the ground.
Parking is possible in the streets around the ground but they are controlled by council parking meters, so make sure you bring some change, (£1.40 per hour) and early arrival is advised. Parking though is free in these areas in the evenings and on Sundays.By Tube For an Interactive London Underground Map click here
By London Underground:
Putney Bridge, (District Line)
Approximately 10 minutes walk.
Hammersmith, (Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly and District Lines)
Approximately 20 minutes walk.
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A trip to Fulham's Craven Cottage is always one of the highlights of the season. The ground has a really traditional feel, with the Cottage still found in one corner of the ground.
The new Putney End Stand on the river side of the ground holds the away fans. The allocation is usually the standard 3,000 seats, with the other half of the stand allocated to "neutral" fans - when we're in town this is mostly full of Reds. Smoking is not allowed in the stands at your seat. Pub Guide and extras
As with many London grounds, many supporters choose to drink elsewhere before getting the tube in. That may be a mistake at Fulham though as there's plenty of decent pubs to choose from. The most popular establishment with many of the RAWK away crew is the Eight Bells outside Putney Bridge tube station. 2-3 seasons back you'd have found Les Dennis hoping for a quiet pint, getting serenaded by a hundred scousers pre-match.
Some of the pubs nearest the ground are designated home supporters only (The Golden Lion, The Cottage), so many fans head across Putney Bridge to the south bank of the Thames where there are plenty of options such as The Dukes Head overlooking the river (20 mins walk).
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recommend The Crabtree on Rainville Road as an excellent place to go for a chat and a pre-match pint with Fulham fans. The Zulu Bar isn't a displaced Birmingham hooligans hang-out but a pub on Fulham High Street formerly known as the Kings Head, which welcomes both home and away fans. There's also an O'Neills on Fulham High Street which is popular with Reds.Away Fans:
Putney End: Adults £40, Concessions £30, Juniors £20
Official Programme: £3.
One F In Fulham Fanzine: £2.Stadium PlanDisabled Facilities