Fulhamish Away Day Planner: April & May 2018

23rd March 2018

In the last instalment of how best to Follow Fulham Away this season, our awayday kingpin Dom Betts conducts you through the last three trips of the regular season.

Sheffield Wednesday
7th April, 15:00

Travel

There are advance tickets now on sale. You can get there via a direct train from St Pancras International to Sheffield

London St Pancras International (STP) to Sheffield (SHF)

Journey Time – 2 hours

Adult – £45.50
Adult with Railcard – £30.00
Child – £21.75

Where to park

  1. There is a car park directly behind the Kop and the Wednesday Club shop. It is called the Wednesdayite car park and is open to fans of both teams. It costs £7 for visitors and its post code is S6 1QE
  2. You may find it easier to park at Meadowhall Railway Station, near to the Shopping Centre, just by Junction 34 of the M1, where you can park for free and then take a yellow tram to Leppings lane, which costs £3 return and takes about 35 minutes.

Where to drink

1)  The Howard, Howard St, S1 2LW – This is the pub directly opposite the crossing up from the fountains by the station. This pub does some nice pub food along with a good selection of beers. It also has TVs showing live sport as well as a pool table.
2)The Sheaf Island, Ecclesall Rd, S11 8HW – A standard Wetherspoons outlet serving standard pub food and cheap beer only a 10-15 minute walk from the ground. You’ll have a good mix of home and away fans in here
3) The Devonshire Cat, 49 Wellington St, S1 4HG –  This pub has around 12 hand pulled beers on offer, serves food, has a large screen tv, welcomes families (until 7pm) and is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.


Millwall
20th April, 19:45

Travel

Nearest Rail Stations

1) South Bermondsey
2) New Cross Gate

Nearest Tube Stations

1) Surrey Quays
2) Canada Water

Where to park

1) Street parking can be found on the small estate on your left just past the ground, otherwise, be wary of on street parking restrictions around the area of the ground so check lamp posts for signage.
2) There are no sizeable car parks around the ground

Where to drink

1) Pubs in London Bridge – Take your pick of the variety of great pubs in the vicinity of the station such as The Kings Arms or the Bunch of Grapes.


Birmingham
6th May, 12:00

Travel

Advance tickets are now on sale direct to Birmingham New Street from London Euston

London Euston (EUS) – Birmingham New Street (NRW)

Journey Time – 1 hour 50 minutes

Adult – £29.00
Adult with Railcard – £19.15
Child – £14.50

Where to park

1) There is a small car park directly outside the entrance to the away end, but the availability of spaces for cars is determined by how many away coaches are expected as they park in the same car park, which may mean for certain games that there is no space available for cars at all.

2) There is plenty of street parking off the left hand side of the ring road. Either around the small park at the third roundabout that you cross (by Big John’s) or along the road next to and behind the BP garage before the fourth roundabout.

Where to drink

1) Most Pubs in the City Centre – Usually Fulham Fans tend to drink in Birmingham as there are many more options than in the vicinity of St Andrews

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