Fulham Football Club Stadium Tour

The home ground of the oldest professional club in London, Craven Cottage is bursting with history, from the listed 1905 Johnny Haynes Grandstand and Craven Cottage, built by Archibald Leitch to the pitch which has hosted some of the greatest players in history. A stadium tour like few others, guests get the opportunity to experience the feel of a truly special home ground.

Entrance to Craven Cottage Stadium
Pitch access
Important Information

Fulham Football Club, Stevenage Road, London, SW6 6HH


How long does the tour take?
The tour takes around 75 minutes long.

What does the tour include?
Every tour will include the home and away dressing rooms, press box, the players tunnel, pitchside, Craven Cottage and its balcony and the Johnny Haynes Stand, subject to availability.

Every tour finishes with a visit to the Fulham FC retail store. On very rare occasions, the route will need to be altered to accommodate other considerations but these will be communicated in advance.

Will there be a tour guide or is it self-guided?
All Craven Cottage tours are led by a passionate member of the Stadium Tours team.

Is there parking available at Craven Cottage?
On non-matchdays parking is available outside the stadium on Stevenage Road, although this is chargeable.

When I arrive at Craven Cottage, where do I go?
Please head to Craven Cottage's reception, which is next to the Stadium Store, in order to check in.

Is there anywhere to leave bags or luggage?
No, for security purposes the stadium are unable to offer this facility.

Suitcases, large rucksacks and large luggage items are strictly not permitted on Craven Cottage Tours. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Is the tour accessible for disabled guests?
Yes. If you require wheelchair access or any other assitance, please inform the Golden Tours team in advance on reservations@goldentours.com so that necessary arrangements can be made.
Large parts of the ground were built in 1905 and as a result there are plenty of steps along the tour route, with no stairlift or lift in some areas. Please ensure you contact us prior to arrival for an accessible tour, so they can ensure the tour is suitable.

Do you accept cash at Craven Cottage?
No, Craven Cottage operates as a cashless facility.

Please note

This tour is currently operating on a temporary route and will not visit the away changing room, players tunnel, inner Cottage forecourt, or go pitch side at the dugout area. Guests will still visit the Fulham changing room, Craven Cottage, Cottage balcony, lower level of the new Riverside Stand, Press Box, Johnny Haynes Stand, and Trophy Cabinet.
Once you have bought the Stadium Tour Ticket, you won't qualify for a cash or credit refund. However, you can request an exchange for a different Stadium Tour by contacting Golden Tours under the following conditions: Your application must be submitted at least 72 hours before the scheduled start of the initially booked Stadium Tour, and any exchange is subject to availability of spaces on an alternative Club tour.


A lot has changed since 1896, when Fulham played their first home game at their new home and yet so much remains the same. In 1905, the ground was redeveloped by Archibald Leitch, who created the ground that, in large parts, is still known internationally today. This is your chance to walk in the footsteps of Leitch and some of the greatest players in history; Think Craven Cottage, think Robson, Haynes and the England World Cup Winner Cohen; think Hill, Moore, Best, Eusebio, Pele and Ronaldinho. Think of Neymar, Rooney, Willian, Ronaldo, Cairney, Mitrović, Earps, Williamson, Bronze and Kane.

This is your chance to walk in their footsteps.

After signing in at the tour reception, your tour will commence at the Johnny Haynes Statue and visit The Johnny Haynes Stand, Press Box, Players Tunnel, Pitch-side, both changing rooms and Craven Cottage itself (all subject to availability on the day). This is a fully guided tour, led by a knowledgeable Tour Guide, photo's are encouraged along the route and questions are eagerly awaited. Hear about the 1948 Summer Olympics, the England men's team of 1907 who played Wales; in 2018, the England Lionessess playing Australia and the Women's Champions League final of 2011.

With history at every turn, not to mention the brand new Fulham Pier project, you will be engrossed, impressed and amazed in equal measure.

The Craven Cottage stadium tour ends with a visit to the club's trophy cabinet and the official club retail store.

Fulham Football Club Stadium Tour
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