Located in west London, Fulham have been a mainstay of English football since their foundation in 1879. While their fortunes have ebbed and flowed during this time, they have remained one of the country’s most charming clubs, enjoying the affections of both its dedicated fan base and neutrals alike. And among the main reasons for its appeal has been its quintessentially English stadium, known as Craven Cottage.
A view of the pitch from a stand at Craven Cottage (Photo: Alan Myers via Flickr)
Having recently returned to the Premier League, Fulham will once again play 38 league games across the season, including 19 at home. The domestic season runs from August to May, with a sprinkling of cup games on top of that. If you’d like to know specific dates for upcoming Fulham home fixtures, these are available to view on the club’s official website and at various other online sources.
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Matches at Craven Cottage are usually in pretty high demand nowadays, but tickets are often left over by club members and end up available on general sale. However, if you’re struggling to pick up a ticket through the official channels or are looking for other options, there are a few alternative ways you may be able to get yourself a ticket. We’ve dug deep and picked out three of the best, which you’ll find below.
Another option is a ticket resale company such as Ticketgum who buy tickets from official club members and then resell them at a mark-up. While this can sometimes be very expensive, it’s definitely a reliable way of buying tickets, as Ticketgum officially own them so there’s no possibility of fakes. There also seems to be availability for pretty much every game Fulham play, according to our searches. Prices tend to go up and down a fair bit, and the nearer to the match the more you’ll probably need to spend. After buying your tickets, they’re sent by express delivery to an address of your choice, which can even be a hotel if you’re only in London for the game. Alternatively, there are specific pick-up points around Central London where you can get the tickets sent if you prefer. After making your purchase, you’re given a tracking number so you can check on the progress of your tickets. Other positives are that Ticketgum offer a 100% money back guarantee if a game is cancelled and VIP tickets are also often available.
StubHub are an intermediary for fans who want to buy or sell tickets for sport, music, theatre and other entertainment events. This means they don’t actually own tickets, but the risk of fakes is still low and they also promise to provide comparable or better tickets if there’s problem at the gate that they can later verify. Sellers can post tickets at any rate they want, and StubHub slice off a commission from every sale. They also offer VIP tickets too, while for some clubs there’s a downloadable e-ticket service. Based on reviews, ticket delivery is fast and simple and they also provide superb customer service. Ticket availability is excellent too, with our searches for Fulham bringing up tickets for every game scheduled for the rest of the season, with rates as low as £28 for one particular fixture.
Buying match tickets for games at Craven Cottage from the club itself is a simple process, with tickets often available on general sale. However, since tickets usually end up selling out, it’s always advertised to buy yours in advance to avoid disappointment. Ticket information is generally released 6-8 weeks prior to each match, and announced in the first instance on the official website. You can also sign up for ticket alerts so you receive automated emails to confirm when on sale dates and prices have been confirmed. Buying online is pretty straightforward – all you need to do is register and then go to the ‘Tickets’ menu. There’s a booking fee of £1.25 per ticket, but no fees per transaction.
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