Tickets & Seating Sections for Home Matches

Discussion in 'Fulham' started by 4Foosball, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. 4Foosball

    4Foosball Member

    Aug 16, 2006
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I'm traveling to London the end of October and want to get tickets for the Wigan match. Could someone tell where the best place is to get tix (if it's somewhere other than the club site)and where the visiting supporters sit so I don't buy a ticket in the Wigan Section. Thanks!
  2. SoccerPrime

    SoccerPrime Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 14, 2003
    Real Salt Lake
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Did you ever get any response (PM)? I'll be trying the same thing in early Dec for the Liverpool match and I would love some info, from one RSL fan to another.
  3. Drake44444

    Drake44444 Member

    Jul 5, 2008
    Fulham FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Hi, I had fulham season tickets last year.

    Visitors sit in the one labelled "neutral stand" on the seating plan.

    The match will likely get to the general sale, where you can purchase in the first couple of days and probably get it. Keep an eye on the ticket selling for other big matches in the fall to get an idea. Last year, I remember Liverpool sold out, but not before it went on to general sale. The club website is really good with the ticket postings, so follow up on release dates there.
  4. drjamesincandenza

    drjamesincandenza New Member

    Oct 6, 2005
    Long Beach
    There's no way you can get stuck with the away fans as long as you buy your tickets through Fulham. That's true of any English club, as far as I know from my couple dozen matches over there. For my part, the best places to sit at Craven Cottage are the middle of the Johnny Hanes Stand (E/EL, F,FL) or the Hammersmith End (where the loudest home fans sit). You might think, because they are the most expensive, that the Riverside Stand seats would be the best, but they are not. I made the mistake of getting seats just behind the benches for last year's season-concluding match v. Arsenal; it was like a funeral up there. No chanting, no singing, just a bunch of posh friends of the Chairman, or so it seemed. Put me with the passionate fans in the cheap(er) seats on the other side of the stadium any day.

    And, having been to Old Trafford, Emirates, Upton Park, Stamford Bridge, City of Manchester Stadium, Griffen Park, and some others that fall from memory, Craven Cottage is by far my favorite. It feels like an English football ground ought to feel. It's hard to put into words. Go and enjoy!
  5. nmw365

    nmw365 Member

    Oct 11, 2009
    Tottenham Hotspur FC
    Think I'll be okay getting Under-21 tickets for a couple of 21 year olds?
  6. Rocket

    Rocket Member

    Aug 29, 1999
    Everton FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    I enjoyed White Hart Lane a lot the one time I visited there.

    Like Craven Cottage, it has a historic feel to it, and the seats are very very close to the action.

    It's a real pity so many of these grand old grounds are being torn down and replaced by comfortable, but sterile, new ones.

    Hopefully, though, Craven Cottage is with us for many years to come.
  7. soccerlexis

    soccerlexis Member

    Jan 26, 2007
    Fulham FC
    Be careful when buying the tickets online because the seating charts are "upside down". So it may seem you are buying a front row seat when it is actually the last seat in the back, and vice versa.

    I thought I was going to be 10-14 rows back, but then it turned out I was in the fourth row and was at eye level with the player's waists. Not horrible, but a little low... I suggest at least ten rows back. All the seats are really intimate since it is a small stadium.

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