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Away guide: Fulham

2 April 2016

The Dons travel to Craven Cottage this afternoon to face Fulham – here is all the information you need ahead of the Sky Bet Championship clash; kick-off 3pm.

Tickets can be bought on arrival at Craven Cottage.

Match tickets are priced at £30 adults, £25 seniors/17-21 year-olds and £20 under-16s – click here for a full list of pricing!

Craven Cottage, Stevenage Road, London, SW6 6HH

Official away travel is no longer available to book.

For those who have already reserved a seat, coaches will depart stadiummk at 11.30am.

From the North (M1): Leave the M1 at the end of the motorway turn right onto the A406 (north circular) and follow it towards Harrow for nearly four-and-a-half miles. Turn left onto the A40 and after a little over four miles turn right onto the A402. After 350 yards turn left along the A219 and follow the road for a little over half a mile into Hammersmith, where you then turn right onto the A315. After just over 100 yards, turn left back onto the A219 and follow this road for a little over a mile – the ground is down the side streets off to your right.

From The North (M40 and West M25): Leave the M25 at Junction 15 and take the M4, which then becomes the A4, towards Central London. After around two miles branch off left into Hammersmith Broadway and go around the ring road around central Hammersmith, keeping to the right and take the A219 Fulham Palace Road. Keep straight on this road, passing Charing Cross Hospital on your left, and after about half a mile, take one of the right hand turns for the ground. If you pass the Fulham Palace Garden Centre on your right, then you have gone too far.

From the South (M25): Leave the M25 at Junction 10 and take the A3 towards Central London. After around eight miles, leave the A3 at the turn off for the A219. Take the A219 towards Putney. Continue straight on this road, down Putney High Street and across Putney Bridge. You will see the ground on your left.

Car Parking
There is no car parking provision at Craven Cottage or in the immediate surrounding area.

Parking around Craven Cottage is extremely limited and access to the surrounding streets on a matchday is restricted by a Traffic Management Order. There is a one-hour maximum stay policy for non-residential pay and display visitors between 9am and 9.30pm on all Monday to Sunday matchdays.

Putney Railway Station – The closest mainline railway station to Craven Cottage is Putney, located on Putney High Street, south of the River Thames.

The station is 17 to 35 min walk from the stadium, passing many shops, bars and ATM machines en route.

The station can be easily reached by train from other railway hubs, including Clapham Junction (5 min) and Waterloo (13 min).

Putney Bridge – The nearest station to Craven Cottage is Putney Bridge, which is approximately a 10 to 20 minute walk from the stadium. Putney Bridge is on the District line and is served by the following mainline stations: Paddington, Victoria, Kings Cross, Euston and Liverpool Street.

To get to Craven Cottage from the station, exit the station and turn left onto Ranelagh Gardens. Walk through the underpass into Bishops Park and the follow the path through, along the river, until you reach the stadium.

Hammersmith – Hammersmith station is approximately a 20 to 40 minute walk from Craven Cottage.

There are two Underground stations, one serving the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines and the other serving the Piccadilly and District lines.

Fulham Broadway – In spite of its name, Fulham Broadway is not the closest Underground station to Craven Cottage.

It is approximately a 20 to 40 min walk from the stadium and where possible, supporters seeking to board District Line services should use Putney Bridge station.

Kingston-upon-Thames bus station – Take either the number 85 or C4 bus to Putney Bridge. The ground is approximately 10 to 15 min walk from Putney Bridge.

Hammersmith - Catch the 220 bus which runs down Fulham Palace Road.

Putney - Catch either the 74, 424 or the 220 buses to Fulham Palace Road.

For further details call the London Transport Line on 0843 322 1234.

If you are planning to cycle to Craven Cottage, you will find bicycle storage racks located in Bishops Park, just behind the Putney End of the stadium.

Transport For London’s Cycling Journey Planner is a useful resource for planning your trip to and from the stadium.

Transport For London’s Walking Journey Planner is a useful resource for planning your trip to and from the stadium.

Another useful online journey planner is operated by Walk It.

Near to the Putney Bridge tube station is the Eight Bells which is popular with away fans.

The Temperance, meanwhile, which is only a few minutes’ walk away the Eight Bells, across the road on the corner. There is plenty of food on offer including burgers, hot dogs and chips.

Opposite the Temperance, on the same road, is the King's Arms, which is also popular with visiting supporters.

The Crabtree on Rainville Road is a 10 minute walk from the ground and welcomes all away supporters. This pub is also just under 20 minutes walk from Hammersmith tube station.

If you are a fan of Wetherspoons pubs, then on the opposite side of the Thames to the ground is The Rocket.

If arriving at Putney railway station then there is a Wetherspoons virtually opposite the station entrance called the

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