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Craven Cottage, London
(4.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very nice venue by the River Thames, the nearest pub, however, is about 2 km from the arena after the water. Fulham-Huddersfield, 5-0, a big shot, you could say
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  • I am a football fan and visit London was for me the opportunity to stop in at least two of the many stages of the English capital. I was at the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal-Reading, and a few days later I saw Fulham-Huddersfield to Craven Cottage. There are many differences between the two stages: the Arsenal is ultra modern, large and comfortable (even got padded seats). But the Craven Cottage is another thing. When I come through Bishops Park and ended up in Stevenage Road, with the statue of Johnny Haynes and the nineteenth-century brick of the exterior of the stadium in front of, my excitement was incredible. The atmosphere is passionate but quiet, the steward say hello, reading in your eyes foreigners the surprise to find yourself in an environment so beautiful and different from what we are used to in Italy. Then comes the coach of Fulham, players gain entry to the stadium among the people, dispensing smiles and pictures of fans in attendance and never pushy, with an eye on the kids. The entrance to the stadium is little more than an hour before kick-off. A hot dog and a beer in a typical English style, and you enter. The Craven Cottage is a jewel of 24,500 seats. Built in 1896, is the first stage of London, and the signs of his old charm are seen in Johnny Heyes booth, where still stand out the old wooden seats. My seats are in the grandstand opposite the Riverside Stand, one that overlooks the Thames, just behind the stadium. The view is great, the field is near and the pregame atmosphere is enthusiastic and relaxed at the same time. Fulham in dire straits of beats Huddersfield 5-0 victory with a resounding third. The home fans singing with joy, those guests sing even after the fifth goal suffered. The end will come out all at once. From the stadium to the subway. All to sing their choruses, in a festive atmosphere, aware that this is a football match. A show the game, a gem. A joy to witness a serie B match English lived with so much enthusiasm and participation from the two sets of fans. A lesson in seeing guests who took 5 goals sing incessantly and join at the exit from the stadium with local fans. I lived a day breathing the atmosphere of the authentic English football. Thanks Craven Cottage, Fulham supporters of Huddersfield and honor Strength!
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  • Visited the ground for the recent Fulham vs Huddersfield Town game. The ground has a neutral area for fans just wishing to see a game without having to support either home or away team. 
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  • Lovely venue to watch football. In summer you can stand on the bank of the Thames before the game and watch the rowers go by. Fulham are normally good entertainment, unfortunately the crowd is often fairly quiet. It can be a great atmosphere but normally takes a goal to get going.
  • Great club with a beautiful stadium, set beside the River Thames. Located in a nice part of town and close to Bishops Park. Friendly club with a good atmosphere. Feel that the whole stadium needs an upgrade and link up both end stands with the Riverside stand.
  • Love this ground. Small and has loads of history and character. Seeing the Cottage in the corner is great :) Putney end is spacious. Food is the usual expensive rubbish, so traditional English football food :)
  • Craven cottage a beautiful stadium on the back of the river Thames great atmosphere and one of the few original historical grounds.
  • The venue is really awesome, feels like a trip to the past. Gameday atmosphere is friendly but not the best in English football if you're looking for noisy fans though.