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Fulham Football Club secured their return to the Premier League in May 2018 after winning the Sky Bet Championship Play-Offs.
It will be their first season back into England’s top-flight since the 2013/14 campaign, where a 19th placed finish condemned them to relegation.
Attendances at Craven Cottage will inevitably rise following Fulham’s promotion, but here at Box Office Events, we have created a guide into buying Fulham football tickets to make sure that you can still obtain them.
The best way to a secure a seat for all of Fulham’s home league matches for the 2018/19 season is by buying a season ticket.
Fulham will be allowing up to around 14,000 season ticket holders for the upcoming campaign at Craven Cottage. In previous years, this number would have been higher, however, planned development works on the stadium mean that less fans will be permitted entry to the ground.
Season ticket holders will receive a whole host of benefits, which include: a guaranteed seat for every home league match, a welcome pack for the 2018/19 season, access to additional tickets for all home matches and other promotions at selected matches, priority access to purchase tickets for away league matches and domestic cup matches both home and away, discounted club merchandise from the Stadium Store, free admission to all home league matches for Fulham’s under-23 and under-18 teams, a half price saving on stadium tours of Craven Cottage and a saving when purchasing official coach travel for any of Fulham’s away matches. For season ticket holders aged 11 or under, you can also enter a monthly draw to become a mascot at away match matches.
Prices for season tickets in standard seating costs between £549 and £949 (£28.89-£49.95 per match) for adults between the ages of 22 and 64, from £459-£849 (£24.16-£44.68 per match) for fans aged either 65 and over or between 18 and 21, whilst prices for fans under 18-years-old cost between £129 and £849 (£6.79-£44.68 per match) for the season.
Premium seating is also available in block W and the lower section of block V in the Riverside Stand. This costs £1149 (£60.47 per match) for adults aged between 22 and 64 and £999 (£52.58 per match) for all other supporters.
Fans purchasing a season ticket do not have to pay upfront and can pay using either six or nine-month payment plans through the club’s official partner, Zebra Finance.
Regular fans can purchase memberships with the club, which in the past has included priority access to tickets, merchandise and other promotional offers.
Tickets can be purchased via the club using either their online ticket site, via their over the phone box office or at their Craven Cottage-based ticket office.
There are five different payment structures dependant on the attendee in question. The price brackets that the club offer are: for adults aged between 22 and 64, juniors under 18-years-old, fans aged between 18 and 21, seniors aged 65 and over and disabled supporters. All fans that are not adults between the ages of 22 and 64 will receive a discount on their ticket prices.
Official Fulham football tickets can also be purchased via Box Office Events.
Tickets may reach general sale and you do not have to be a member or a season ticket holder to start earning loyalty points.
To start collecting loyalty points, all you need to do is create an online account and you will gain loyalty points every time you purchase Fulham tickets.
Loyalty points can increase your chances of being eligible to get tickets to high-profile matches and earn other loyalty-based rewards.
The club do offer several different hospitality packages to fans and/or business wishing to attend Fulham matches inside the luxury of hospitality seating.
Craven Cottage’s hospitality suites include: private and exclusive executive suites, the George Cohen Lounge, the Hayes Lounge, the Seasons Wine Lounge, the Chairman’s Club, the Gin Bar, McBride’s and several others.
Executive boxes can cater for up to 30 people on a match by match basis. There are several extra benefits that come with executive boxes, such as: a dedicated host or hostess, a champagne reception on arrival, an all-inclusive drinks package, food choices from multiple menus, deserts at half-time and hot pies after the match, balcony seating to enjoy the game from, tea and coffee served throughout your time in the box, a flat screen television and a complimentary matchday programme and team sheet per guest.
Hospitality inside the George Cohen Lounge includes: a champagne and canape reception on arrival, your host will be former Fulham player and 1966 FIFA World Cup winner, George Cohen, a four-course a la carte meal served before the game, a full inclusive drinks package which includes pre-match champagne, a premium seating area to watch the match from, a post-match visit from a Fulham first-team player, afternoon tea at half-time, a cheeseboard at full-time, tea and coffee served throughout the day, free matchday programmes and team sheets for every guest and a corporate gift.
Packages inside the Hayes Lounge are hosted by ex-Fulham players, Les Strong, and come with: a champagne reception on arrival, a pre-match hot and cold buffet, a fully inclusive drinks package, premium seating to experience the match from, a post-match visit from a first-team player, desserts served at half-time and a cheeseboard served at full-time, complimentary tea and coffee served throughout, a corporate gift and a team sheet for every guest.
The Seasons Wine Lounge offers a unique opportunity to taste a selection of wines, as well as enjoying premium matchday hospitality. Seats within this lounge include: a wine tasting experience to choose your wine for the day and the option to upgrade to selected wines, Antipasti on arrival, Tapas-style food to be served before the match, an all-inclusive drinks package, a premium seating area to enjoy the match from, cocktail deserts to be served at half-time, a cheeseboard to be served after the match, tea and coffee to be served throughout the day and complimentary team sheets and matchday programmes.
Chairman’s Club seating is hosted by Fulham’s all-time leading goalscorer, Gordon Davies. Packages inside this lounge will come with: hot and cold mini-bowl dishes to be served pre-match, a fully inclusive drinks package, premium seating to spectate matches from, a visit from a first-team player after the match, cakes, pies and soup at half time, tea and coffee to be served throughout and complimentary matchday programmes and team sheets.
Fulham’s Gin Bar is labelled as being football’s ‘one & only gin bar’. This unique experience provides all supporters with: complimentary house gin served until kick-off, inclusive mixers to accompany the gin cocktails of your choosing, a Signature Fulham cocktail served at half-time, complimentary beers, wine and soft drinks served throughout, a selection of meats served on arrival, sliders and wraps served pre-match and private balcony seating to watch the match from.
McBride’s is a sports bar named after ex-Fulham striker Brian McBride. Seats here come with a cash bar facility, bar snacks served upon arrival, a themed one-course hot main meal, premium seating to watch the match from, a complimentary glass of house wine, bottle of beer or soft drink at half-time, complimentary tea and coffee served throughout and a matchday programme and team sheet for every guest in hospitality attendance.
Most hospitality seating is located inside the Riverside Stand, whilst the Johnny Hayes Suites are located on the corner between the Hammersmith End and the Johnny Hayes Stand. All hospitality costs between £290 + VAT and £629 + VAT per person per match. Seasonal hospitality prices start at £2,799 + VAT per person, whilst executive boxes can cost up £49,999 + VAT for the whole season.
Best places to sit at Craven Cottage
For fans wanting to be part of a rowdy crowd full of passionate Fulham fans, then head to the Hammersmith End, particularly in block H3.
Meanwhile, the best views of the pitch can be found from either the Johnny Hayes Stand or from the Riverside Stand.
Unlike most stadiums, Craven Cottage offers a neutral section at the north part of the Putney End stand, which allows fans wishing to attend the match who do not wish to associate themselves with either team to enjoy it.
Craven Cottage information and facts
Craven Cottage is located on Stevenage Road in Fulham, South West London. Postcode: SW6 6HH.
The stadium itself was built in 1780 and was lived in by William Craven. However, it was destroyed by a fire in May 1888.
Other famous people are rumoured to have been previous tenants at the ‘Cottage’, however, a lack of evidence has meant that it is still unknown who else really lived there before the fire. Queen Victoria, Florence Nightingale and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are just some of the names that have been suggested to have been residents there.
After the fire, it was rebuilt before opening as a football stadium in 1896. Fulham Football Club bought the stadium that year and remained as its sole proprietors until 2002, when Fulham were forced to play at Queens Park Rangers’ Loftus Road until the stadium was converted into one suitable enough to meet Premier League standards. Fulham returned to the Cottage in 2004 and have remained their ever since.
They are not the only sports team to have used Craven Cottage as its home, rugby league side London Broncos played their home matches there between 1980 and 1984 and Fulham’s ladies side, which has since disbanded, held matches there between 2000 and 2003.
Its capacity of 25,700 makes it the fifth smallest stadium in the Premier League, only the stadia of Huddersfield Town, Bournemouth, Watford and Burnley are smaller.
In October 1938, a crowd of 49,335 spectators attended Fulham’s Division Two match against fellow Londoners, Milwall, which is still the stadium’s record attendance. That match ended in a 2-1 victory for the hosts.
Since 2000, the stadium has held numerous international football matches and became one of the pioneers in hosting neutral international friendlies. The likes of the Republic of Ireland, South Korea, Greece, Colombia, Brazil and Australia have all played international matches here, with the latter currently using it as their home for all international matches outside of Australia.
In 2011, it hosted the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final, where Lyon beat Turbine Potsdam 2-0. Also, that year, a statue was unveiled of deceased singer Michael Jackson, who had once attended a Fulham game in 1999. The statue was re-located in 2013.
The 2016 Saudi Super Cup between Al-Ahli and Al-Hilal was also played out at Craven Cottage, with the former winning 4-3 via a penalty shootout.
Parking near the stadium is incredibly limited and therefore it is recommended that fans either use public transport or walk to the ground.
Putney Bridge underground station is the nearest train station to Craven Cottage and is located around 15 minutes away on foot.
Bishop’s Park Road, Kingwood Road and Lambrook Terrace bus stops are all situated less than a 10-minute walk away from the ground.