Stadium name: Craven Cottage
Address: Stevenage Road, Fulham, London, SW6 6HH
Telephone: 0843 208 1222
To contact Fulham by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Distance from London Stadium: 9.9 miles (19.8mi round trip!)
How to get there
Post Code for Sat Nav: SW6 6HH
As there is very limited car parking available around Craven Cottage on a matchday, Fulham recommend all supporters travel to the game using public transport. Access to the surrounding streets is restricted by a Traffic Management Order, and there is also a one-hour maximum stay policy for non-residential pay and display visitors between 9am and 9:30pm on all Monday to Sunday matchdays, and this includes Bank Holidays. Complimentary car parking is available on request to disabled supporters. Spaces are limited, so matchday parking can only be reserved on a first come first served basis from 7 days before the date of the fixture by contacting Fulham's Disability Liaison Officer on email@example.com.
The closest tube station to Craven Cottage is Putney Bridge on the District Line, which is approximately a 15 minute walk from the stadium. Please note, there is no step-free access at the station, so should you require lift access, Fulham recommend using Hammersmith Station. There are no planned engineering works on TfL Lines on Saturday, however, we would always recommend planning your journey ahead of travelling using tfl.gov.uk.
Hammers will be sat in the Putney End, located on Stevenage Road, entering the stadium through turnstiles 1-6. There's a steward located on each gate to assist should you have any issues with your ticket. Pre-match entertainment, provided by Fulham's resident DJ, begins when the stadium opens - this is usually 90 minutes before kick-off, and if you are heading in early, food and drink is sold inside the stadium, but the kiosks do tend to get very busy at half time. If you're looking for somewhere to go ahead of the match, Fulham advise that the nearest pub is the Crabtree, located close to the banks of the Thames on Rainville Road, and they welcome both home and away fans.
You can view Fulham's accessibility guide here.
For any of our disabled supporters, Fulham have a dedicated Accessibility team on the ground, identifiable in green jackets. You'll find a member of their Access Stewarding team at Gate 1, who would be more than happy to assist you with entry, and help with access to your seat if required.