The home team is situated in The Hammersmith End, The Riverside Stand and The Johnny Haynes Stand of the stadium and it is notorious for its noise and buzzing atmosphere. This is where the most passionate supporters are located and where you will hear the most chanting from so for some people who are looking for atmosphere, these are some of the best seats in the house. The Riverside Stand also houses the corporate hospitality areas and the director seats and have some of the most expensive tickets as there is a bar for hospitality guests as well (you have to book packages to get these).
That being said, there are restricted view seats in the Johnny Haynes stand due to the age of the construction so you should always check before you purchase your tickets in this area. Restricted view seating are usually discounted and there are also some at craven cottage corner or near either goalmouth because of the age of the stadium.
For mixed seats and away supporters, The Putney End houses between 1800 – 3000 away tickets depending on the level of support.
Current ticket prices for Grade C matches means you will be looking at £30 for the far sides of the Riverside stands and £50 for the center of the Johnny Haynes stand. Grade A matches however increase to around £49 – £70 in price.
Craven Cottage is an old ground, and whilst that adds to the atmosphere and the historical feel to the stadium, it can mean that some seats have restricted views and less up to date seating. For home fans, the best views are availible from the Johnny Haynes Stand and the Riverside Stand that run the length of the pitch – as such, tickets are the most expensive here ranging from £30 to £45 for those seats right on the halfway line for an adult, £25-35 for young people and over 65s and £15 – £25 for Children. Tickets are cheaper behind the goals and will cost around £25 for an adult, £20 for young people and over 65s and £15 for children.
Tip – The seats are very close to the pitch itself so watch out for flying footballs, especially in the Hammersmith or Putney Ends!
Arguably the most cinematic seating is found in Johnny Hayes stand, where the media are set up. However, if you clamour for the noise and passion of the fans, aim for the Hammersmith End where you’ll be in the thick of the action!
There is restricted view seating, but they are shown on the Fulham FC website and, overall, aren’t too restricted compared to other venues. If the goals are partially obscured from your seat, the ticket price will be reduced.
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