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Fulham is the oldest of London's first class clubs and its long history began back in 1879 with some Sunday-school boys knocking a ball around on a long-forgotten park pitch. All a far cry from the multi-million pound internationals who make up the Premiership team of today.

Seventeen years later, when the first game was played at Craven Cottage, the symbiotic relationship between Club and ground was forged. More than almost any other club Fulham has become synonymous with its home, and the battle to stay there has been a dominant feature of Club affairs on numerous occasions during Fulham's history.

Cottage Tours and Lunches
Craven Cottage is one of the most charismatic stadiums in the country. The ground has a history stemming back to the late 1700's and there are fascinating facts and stories in every area of the ground.

The tour is your opportunity to go behind the scenes and visit the dressing rooms, dugouts, corporate hospitality areas, press facilities, and even view the scene from the Cottage balcony. Cottage Tours will be followed by a delicious three course lunch, served in one of our stylish riverside restaurants overlooking the Thames.

Fulham has a section for Neutral fan and tickets can be obtained even for important games.

Fulham FC

Martin Jol
To get to Craven Cottage from the Americana; Go to Baker Street Underground and take any Hammersmith train from platform 6. When you exit the station at Hammersmith, cross over to the shopping centre and take the esculator to the bus station on upper level. Take the 220 bus in the direction Wandsworth. Get off at the stop indicated for FFC on Fulham Palace Road, ask the driver to let you know if you want to be sure, cross over the main road and go down Harbour Steet. The ground is at the bottom of the street.