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Fulham Tickets

Experience Premier League football at one of the most beautiful stadiums in the league with Fulham Tickets. Fulham FC represents tradition and class, with a competitive team capable of defeating any opponent. The Cottagers have solidified their position in the top league and have unveiled the stunning new Riverside Stand, providing unmatched luxury on matchdays.

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Buying Fulham Tickets with Ticket Compare

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  • 100% authentic Fulham tickets
  • Fulham tickets for every match, home and away
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  1. Pick Your Fulham Match: Click the orange "Tickets" button for the fixture of your choice
  2. Find Your Seat: Browse the stadium plan and a list of FFC seats. Filter by location and price
  3. Complete Purchase: Continue to the resale website to purchase your Fulham tickets

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Receiving Your Fulham FC Tickets

  • Release Schedule: Tickets for Fulham games are normally released just a few days before a game. So Fulham secondary market tickets may even arrive on the day of kick-off.
  • Digital Tickets: In 2023-24 the Craven Cottage turnstile went 100% digital, phasing out physical cards and using NFC (Near Field Communication) tickets that you download into your Google Pay wallet or Apple Wallet.

Tips for Buying FFC Resale Tickets for the First Time

  1. Know Your Rights: Take some time to pore over the terms and conditions on the resale website.
  2. Read Refund Policies: Review the site's refund policies to avoid issues if you can't attend the Fulham match.
  3. Expect Higher Prices: For popular matches, you may have to pay more than face value for Fulham resale tickets.
  4. Name on Ticket: Your Fulham match ticket may have a different name but will work at the turnstile without any issues.
  5. Late Ticket Delivery: Receiving Fulham resale tickets within 48 hours of kick-off is common, so don't worry if this happens.
  6. Contact Customer Service: Reach out to resale marketplaces if you have concerns about your Fulham tickets

Fulham FC Ticket Prices

As we mentioned, if you’re buying Fulham tickets on the secondary market, you may have to pay more than the original face value price of the ticket. This is especially true for high-demand matches that are likely to sell out quickly, such as when one of the Premier League’s top clubs like Liverpool or Manchester United comes to Craven Cottage.

So while it may not be easy to buy cheap Fulham tickets you can cut the cost by following a few easy steps:

  • Buy Fulham resale tickets as early as possible when there are more available
  • Weeknight Fulham games will always be less popular than 3 PM Saturday kick-offs
  • Consider sitting alone for to get a Fulham ticket cheaper

Using official channels to buy Fulham match tickets you can expect to pay £70+ for an adult ticket in the shortside Putney End and Hammersmith End. In the Johnny Haynes Stand primary market Fulham tickets rise to £120, while the general admission seats in the new Riverside Stand are £160.

Why Are Fulham Tickets So Pricey?

The average price of Fulham matchday tickets has risen 40% since 2019. Here are a few causes:

  • Fulham has established itself as a Premier League club after years of yo-yoing between the top two divisions.
  • The new Riverside Stand has been an epic development spanning five years, with costs that have spiralled to £130 million
  • Even the cheapest general admission seats in the Riverside Stand cost more than the next most expensive in the Johnny Haynes stand, increasing the average price around Craven Cottage

Despite all this there is still huge demand for Fulham tickets, and almost every match will sell out.

So if you can’t afford to miss a Fulham match the best option is to get tickets on the secondary market. This is easily the best way to get tickets to Premier League games as a tourist who can only attend one-off matches.

Fulham Matchday Hospitality

The long-awaited Riverside Stand has transformed Fulham’s matchday hospitality, raising Craven Cottage to a world-class venue for VIP sport experiences. All packages include:

  • Longer opening hours before and after kick-off
  • Luxury padded seating
  • Appearances from Fulham legends
  • Complimentary food and drinks
  • Access to exclusive bars, lounges and restaurants.

In this section we’ll explore the variety of matchday packages available at Fulham, starting with the Riverside Stand and moving onto other parts of the stadium.

Riverside Stand Bars & Lounges

  • Matchday Plus at Markers - On the Second Floor of the Riverside Stand, with upmarket comfort food at a contemporary bar
  • Thames Bar Room - A laid-back bar with all-inclusive drinks and an elegant shared dining space
  • The Dugout - A sports bar serving bowl food and small plates, with seating right behind the dugouts and access to pitchside pre-game

Riverside Stand Lounges

  • The Originals - Casual gourmet dining with views of the Thames
  • The Brasserie - À la carte menu from a Michelin chef, champagne and cocktails included, and a gorgeous riverside terrace
  • The Gourmet - The best seats in the Riverside Stand, combined with a five-course à la carte menu in an opulent first-floor restaurant with Thameside views

Riverside Stand Rooftop Experience

Something unprecedented in the Premier League is Craven Cottage’s Sky Deck on the top three floors of the Riverside Stand. Here you get elite hospitality, from half-way line seating to a rooftop terrace with live entertainment and sweeping views of London and the river.

Matchday Hospitality Elsewhere in Craven Cottage

Even before the Riverside Stand opened Fulham had a number of unique matchday hospitality options. We’ll highlight them now:

  • Fulham Palace - A pre-match at the historic Fulham Palace before heading to premium seats in the Riverside Stand or Putney Stand
  • Superbox/TV Studio/Thameside Superbox - A private box in the stadium’s north-east and north-west corners, with exclusive balcony seating, inclusive drinks, a hot & cold buffet and tea & coffee throughout
  • Chairman’s Lounge - An utterly unique experience in the stadium’s Pavilion, with seats in Craven Cottage’s famous balcony, personal interactions with FFC players and staff and world-class dining

Useful Information about Fulham Tickets

Using official channels, Fulham FC tickets go on sale about six weeks before a home game. These times are not set in stone, and the club applies various restrictions depending on the demand for tickets. First there’s a designated period of sale for FFC Season Ticket holders, followed by one for Fulham Members. Here’s how Fulham tickets are usually sold:

  • In matches when the demand outstrips supply the club will make it more difficult to purchase tickets by applying Loyalty Points (more on this later)
  • For less in-demand matches the club will also publish a General Sale window, when the wider public can buy tickets.
  • Resale football ticket websites will often list Fulham tickets as soon as the new fixture list is announced in mid-June.

How Hard Is it to Buy Fulham Away Tickets?

It’s tough. Especially if you want to get to big or local away games. Primary market tickets for Fulham Away games are sold on a Loyalty Points basis roughly a month before a match. Fulham Fans who have attended a lot of games will be first in the queue for Premier League away tickets, which costs £30 per seat.

Remember that FFC Loyalty Points roll over from season to season. Many Fulham Fans have been building up their points over more than ten years. So the big away days in the capital, like, say, Chelsea vs Fulham tickets, can require more than 1,000 points for ticket eligibility.

The total Loyalty Points needed will be reduced throughout the sales window until Fulham’s away allocation sells out.

How Do I Earn Fulham Loyalty Points?

Simply by being a Fulham Member or Fulham Season Ticket holder and attending games. It’s all about how much time you want to put in following Fulham at home and around the country. You receive more Fulham Loyalty Points the farther you travel. We’ve got a simple breakdown here:

  • 2 Loyalty Points - Weekend home PL matches, London away matches and home domestic cup ties
  • 3 Loyalty Points - Midweek home PL matches, away games in the South and Midlands and away domestic cup ties
  • 4 Loyalty Points - Any home PL televised game
  • 5 Loyalty Points - Away PL matches in the North
  • 25 Loyalty Points - Purchase or renew a Fulham FC Membership
  • 50 Loyalty Points - Purchase or renew a Fulham Season Ticket

Matchdays at Craven Cottage

Craven Cottage is a stunning Thameside stadium, and can now seat more than 28,500 fans. Dating back to 1896, this is a gorgeous ground with a lovely brick facade on Stevenage Road and a state-of-the-art new stand backing onto the river.

Facts about the Riverside Stand

Anyone who has watched a Fulham game recently may be wondering why half of the stadium is empty. This is because construction work has been ongoing at the new Riverside Stand. Here are some facts about this spectacular addition to Craven Cottage:

  • The Riverside Stand is twice as large as the previous, with seating for 8,000 fans
  • The stand offers high-end matchdays with deluxe General Admission seats and ‘best in class’ hospitality lounges
  • A closed-off section of the Thames Path next to the stadium has been opened to the public for the first time
  • The roof is entirely clad with photovoltaic cells and there are plants growing between the supporting trusses
  • There’s even a swimming pool on the highest level as part of the Sky Deck lounge

How to Get to Fulham FC

It’s easy to reach Craven Cottage by public transport (London Zone 2), with a variety of options, all walkable from the ground. We’ll sum them up now:

  • The closest London Underground station is Putney Bridge (District Line), about 15 minutes away on foot
  • Slightly further away, Hammersmith (District Line/Hammersmith & City Line/Circle Line Piccadilly Line) and Fulham Broadway (District Line) are around a half-hour walk away
  • Putney Railway Station is also about half an hour on foot and links with London hubs like Clapham Junction and London Waterloo
  • A number of TFL buses serve the Craven Cottage area, including the 74, 220 and 424
  • Craven Cottage is also the rare London stadium that can be reached by TFL boat via Putney Pier, but on only for midweek fixtures

When is the Fulham Ticket Office Open?

The Fulham Ticket Office is open from around two hours before kick-off on matchdays for in-person ticketing enquiries. You’ll find it halfway along the Johnny Haynes Stand on Stevenage Road.

Visiting Craven Cottage with Kids at the Family Fan Zone

The southern Block K concourse at Craven Cottage is the setting for  the mascot Billy the Badger’s Family Zone. Here’s a taste of what’s going from around an hour before the match starts:

  • Head-to-head Gaming consoles
  • Face-painting
  • Balloon modelling
  • All kinds of giveaways
  • The chance for wee ones to meet Billy the Badger

Matchday Schedule at Craven Cottage

Here’s what you can expect on a matchday at Craven Cottage for a typical 3:00 PM kick-off:

  • 12:30 PM - Hospitality Gates Open
  • 1:30 PM - General Admission turnstile open
  • 2:15 PM - Players on the pitch for the warm-up
  • Half-Time - Food vendors are open throughout the ground, while there’s a variety of on-pitch entertainment, from interviews with Fulham legends to kids’ football challenges
  • Full-Time - Hospitality Lounges will stay open for a couple more hours, while the Stadium Store is open for an hour after the match ends

Where to Sit at Craven Cottage?

For history, get one of the wooden seats in the Johnny Haynes Stand, which dates back to when the ground was built 1905. For atmosphere, it’s got to be the Hammersmith End, home to the noisiest Fulham fans. And now if you want luxury, look no further than the new Riverside Stand. For more insight, we have a guide to the Craven Cottage seating plan.

How Many Tickets Do Away Fans Get at Fulham?

Around 3,000, now that the Riverside Stand is finally opening. From 2019, when the project began, the away allocation at Craven Cottage was capped at just 1,900. This allocation gradually rose as the project neared completion, hitting 2,700 when Chelsea visited Craven cottage in 2023-24.

Where Do the Away Fans Sit at Craven Cottage?

As displayed in our seating plan below, the away section is on the west side of the Putney End, in blocks 5-7. You can get in via turnstiles 1-17.

Craven Cottage Seating Plan with Away sections highligted

Tips for Away Fans at Craven Cottage

  • Unlike some other Premier League football stadiums bags are permitted at Craven Cottage, but they need to be A4 size or smaller
  • Local pubs catering to away fans near Craven Cottage include the King’s Arms (425 New Kings Road), The Rocket (Putney Wharf, Brewhouse Ln) and Eight Bells (89 Fulham High Street)
  • ‘Early Bird’ concourse savings are available on food and drink with offers expiring 30 minutes before kick-off

All about Fulham FC Membership

For fans of many Premier League teams it can be tricky navigating the various membership tiers and picking the right one for you, Fulham keeps it simple. There’s one package for adults (£50) and we’ll show you what a Fulham FFC Membership gives you here:

  • Access to a priority period of sale for home Premier League tickets
  • £10 discount on Fulham tickets in the new Riverside Stand
  • £5 discount on FFC tickets in all other stands at Craven Cottage
  • Access to the FFC Ticket Exchange to buy tickets
  • Priority access to Fulham away tickets, after Season Ticket holders
  • Discount at the Stadium Store
  • Discount on away coach travel
  • Access to Fulham youth matches at Motspur Park
  • Prize draws for signed items and unique Fulham experiences

Many of these perks apply to Junior Fulham Members aged u18 (£30). This membership tier is equally streamlined into just one package for all age groups. Key differences include:

  • Exclusive prize draws for younger fans
  • The chance for Junior FFC Members aged under 10 years old to become matchday mascots

How Many Tickets Can You Buy with a Fulham Membership?

If you’re buying primary market FFC tickets during the Members Period you can only purchase one Premier League ticket per membership. However, if you have friends or family who are Fulham Members, up to four different FFC Membership cards can be used in the same purchase.

Using a OneFulham Account and FFCtv

Fulham Members and Fulham Season Ticket holders will automatically need a OneFulham Account. The club introduced this online platform in 2020 to bring all online transactions, from ticketing to store purchase, to one place

You can use a OneFulham Account if you want to access the club’s dedicated content and streaming hub, FFCtv. A fantastic service for all Fulham Fans, FFCtv costs £5 a month or £45 for the season if you get in early in the summer. Here are a few things going for it:

  • Live audio commentary of all of Fulham’s league and cup matches from Gentleman Jim and Jamie Reid
  • Priority access to see match highlights three hours after the game ends
  • Live coverage of Fulham PL2 matches
  • A host of exclusive on-demand features produced by the club

We have produced a thorough guide to Fulham Membership if you want to find out more.

Fulham Season Tickets - Advantages and Prices

Perfect for the most loyal Fulham fans, an FFC Season Ticket gives you a seat at all 19 Premier League home games. Although Fulham Season Tickets are hot property, you can normally secure one in the same season you apply, especially if you’re purchasing single seats, or posh seats in the new Riverside Stand.

The advantages of a Fulham FC Season Ticket extend far beyond attending first-team matches. Let’s Look at few:

  • The ability to relist your seat on the Fulham Ticket Exchange
  • Priority access to Fulham away tickets as well as cup games, both home and away
  • Discounted coach travel for away matches
  • Free access to PL2 and u18 matches at Motspur Park
  • 10% off club merch at the Stadium Store

How Many Fulham Season Ticket Holders Are There?

If you’re wondering how many season ticket holders there are at Fulham, well the club has put a cap on the total at 15,000. This will be around 50% of the stadium capacity. It’s a different strategy to similar Premier League clubs in the capital like West Ham and Crystal Palace, where season ticket holders make up 75% or more of the stadium capacity.

How Much Does a Fulham Season Ticket Cost?

As we discuss in our guide to the Fulham Season Ticket waiting list, the price of Fulham Season Tickets has risen sharply since the club returned to the Premier League in 2022-23. Across the board there was one rise after another, from 10% one year to 18% the next.

New FFC Season Ticket holders could expect to pay £470 for a seat in the Hammersmith End (H1 and H8) and upwards of £1,000 on the halfway line in the Johnny Haynes Stand.

General admission Fulham Season Tickets in the new Riverside are on a completely different scale, starting at £1,250+ in the Bronze Tier and rising to more than £3,000 in Platinum Upper.

Note that Fulham Season Tickets only include home league games and not the FA Cup, and that Fulham Loyalty Points don’t count towards a season ticket, unlike at Chelsea.

Using the Fulham Ticket Exchange

Fulham FC has launched its own resale ticket platform, designed to allow FFC Season Ticket holders to list their ticket for matches they are unable to attend. The club doesn’t turn on this service for every home, and only makes it available when a match has sold out.

If they successfully sell their seat, Fulham Season Ticket holders receive credit that they can use on official ticketing products through the club.

Season Ticket holders, Members and people with a history of purchasing official tickets can make purchases on the Fulham Ticket Exchange. For eligible games, this platform is available until three hours before kick-off on matchday.

FAQs for Fulham FC

Why are Fulham called the cottagers?

Because there was a cottage on the site of the stadium until it burned in 1888. This was roughly where the Johnny Haynes Stand is now on the east side of the stadium along Stevenage Road. The cottage was built in 1780 by the nobleman William Craven, and in the mid-19th century was home to writer and politician Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873).

Why is there a house at Craven Cottage?

This is actually a pavilion. It was constructed when the stadium was built in 1905 and was added by the famed football architect, Archibald Leitch (1865-1939). The Craven Cottage Pavilion is used on matchdays by people connected to the club, including friends and families of players. There are also hospitality tickets available at the Pavilion.

Who owns Fulham FC now?

Shahid Khan. He is a Pakistani-American billionaire with a net worth of $12.1 billion in 2024. Khan also owns the Jacksonville Jaguars of the NFL, and he purchased the club from Mohamed Al-Fayed who owned the Cottagers from 1997 to 2013.

Have Fulham ever won anything?

Yes, for example they have won the second tier championship three times (1948-49, 2000-01, 2021-22). However, the club has never won major honours, despite coming close as runners-up in the FA Cup (1974-75) and the UEFA Europa League (2009-10).

Is Fulham the oldest football club in London?

Fulham FC is officially the oldest professional football club in the capital. They were established in 1879, 3 years before Spurs (1882), 7 years before Arsenal (1886) and a full 16 years before neighbours Chelsea (1895).

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