Have a memorable matchday that will be filled with the best views of the action, incredible food and an insight into this history-rich club with Fulham Hospitality tickets.
Fulham FC Hospitality tickets
Updated: 5 August 2015
Experience a trip to Fulham FC like no other with hospitality tickets for the Haynes Lounge.
Your matchday will be hosted by Les Strong, the Fulham Legend, who’ll give you a unique insight into the history of Fulham and its players.
The day will start with a drinks reception on arrival and will continue with a hot and cold buffet, as well as a fully inclusive drinks package. You’re seats will make sure you feel part of the action, as you’ll be in the Directors’ Area seating in the Riverside Stand.
During halftime, cakes, tea and coffee will be served. Fulham FC Hospitality tickets are perfect for a special occasion, if you’re entertaining clients or just want a deeper insight into Fulham FC.
About Fulham FC
Founded in 1879, Fulham is London’s oldest professional football club and has called Craven Cottage its home since 1896.
Uniquely situated on the picturesque banks of the River Thames, a day out at Fulham is the perfect way to entertain clients, family and friends. The dedicated and friendly staff will provide impeccable service, with that all-important personal touch.
With a current capacity of almost 26,000, Craven Cottage features the Barclays Premier League’s only neutral area in its Putney End Stand, where fans of opposing clubs are happy to mingle. Entry to this historic ground is through the Johnny Haynes Stand – a Grade II listed building named after the Fulham legend whose statue proudly watches over the Cottage Gates – where the players enter on match days. John Norman Haynes held a club-record of 658 games, scoring 158 goals.
Fulham has a rich and varied history, playing almost a quarter of a century in the top flight of English football. They were FA Cup runner-ups in 1975. In 1997, the club was purchased by Mohamed Al-Fayed, who pledged that the club would reach the Premier League within five years, this was achieved in four, and the Club has gone from strength to strength ever since.