Away Day Guide – Luton Town
If you were one of the lucky ones to nab a ticket for this fixture, you’ll need all the essential information for travel and sustinence for the day. Our away day guide has everything you need to know.
Fulham’s allocation of 1,032 tickets for this fixture has sold out.
GETTING TO KENILWORTH ROAD
Exit the M1 at Junction 11 and join the A505 heading towards Luton. Head through one set of traffic lights and turn right at the first roundabout into Chaul End Lane. Take the left turn at the next roundabout into Hatters Way, where the ground will be visible on your left. Residents’ parking schemes are in operation on matchdays in close proximity to the ground so it is recommended you park at the Beech Hill Conservative Club (£5 on the day; £6 over the phone) or at Luton Railway Station (£2.80).
Luton station is around fifteen minutes walk from Kenilworth Road. Head right out of the station exit and progress along Station Road. Cross at the traffic lights into Mill Street and follow the junction where the road drifts right before turning left into New Bedford Road. Take the right turn into Collingdon Street, where you will come to a dual carriageway. Head left along the pedestrian walkway and take the footbridge on the road across the road. The footbridge will turn split into two as it comes across the roundabout – kept right and you will head into Dunstable Road. Continue straight on take the fifth left turn into Oak Road, where you will find the entrance for away supporters.
The official club coaches will depart Motspur Park and Craven Cottage at 11.30am.
The Beech Hill Conservative Club (18A Leagrave Road, Luton, LU4 8HZ) – mentioned above for the parking – admits home and away supporters on a matchday. There is usually a small entrance charge for non-members, but you won’t find cheaper priced beer anywhere else.
The Bricklayers Arms (16-18 High Town Road, Luton, LU2 0DD) is located nearer to Luton railway station. It serves generously priced real-ale and has Sky Sports. Fulham fans should be warned that for some matches this season it has switched to being a home-only venue.
The local Wetherspoons option is The White House (1 Bridge Street, Luton, LU1 1SA), which is a spacious venue built on the site of a nineteenth-century brewery.
The Red Lion Hotel (2 Castle Street, Luton, LU1 3AA) is about a mile from the ground and offers a wide selection of real ale, Sky and BT Sport, a pool table, good food, cocktails and a beer garden. Anyone who pre-books will receive a 10% discount on drinks and any coach drivers are entitled to a free meal and soft/hot drink. To take advantage of this offer, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org