Aston Villa away tickets on sale

Tickets for Fulham's trip to Aston Villa on Saturday 21 October are now on sale to season ticket holders and members.

Season ticket holders and members can purchase up to four tickets for the match at Villa Park priced at £30 adults, £20 for over 65s, full-time students and members of the armed forces, £17 for under 17s and £10 for under 16s. Any remaining tickets.

Fans wanting to #followfulhamaway can purchase tickets from the Fulham Ticket Office at Craven Cottage, online or by calling the Fulham ticket office on 0203 871 0810.

Official club coaches will run from Motspur Park and Craven Cottage priced at £17 for adult season ticket holders and members and £10 for junior season ticket holders and members. Non-season ticket holders and members coach travel is priced at £22 for adults and £15 for juniors.


Fulham Supporters' Trust honours Danny Fullbrook

The Fulham Supporters' Trust celebrated Danny Fullbrook's immeasurable contribution to football journalism and Fulham Football Club by presenting his family with a signed first-team shirt before last week's home fixture against Hull City.

Lifelong Fulham fan Danny, who lost his brave battle with cancer aged 40 five years ago, was the award-winning football correspodent of the Daily Star and an enthusiastic supporter of the 'Back to the Cottage' campaign and the work of the Fulham Supporters' Trust. He began his journalistic career at the University of Hull and the Hull Daily Mail, which is why the Trust chose last Wednesday night's game as the best time to present Danny's son, Edward, his parents, Sylvie and Jim, and sister Jo with a shirt signed by every member of Slavisa Jokanovic's first-team squad.

The Trust's communications officer Dan Crawford, whose own path into sports journalism was inspired by Danny, said: 'Danny's infectious enthusiasm for football and Fulham left a lasting impression on everyone he met. He was a massive supporter of the 'Back to the Cottage' campaign and the Fulham Supporters' Trust and encouraged me as a teenager to pursue a journalistic career. We are very keen to support the work of the Fearless Foundation and ensure that Danny's legacy will offer more opportunities for young people through sport and sports journalism. We would like to thank Carmelo Mifsud, Mark Maunders, Alistair Mackintosh and Slavisa Jokanovic at Fulham Football Club for arranging at such short notice to provide this shirt to Danny's family, which shows how specially he is still thought of at Craven Cottage'.

The Trust plans to work alongside with Danny's friends and colleagues at the Football Writers Association and the Fearless Foundation to support further projects designed to a deliver a lasting legacy he will be proud.


Awayday Guide: Burton Albion



Leave the M1 at junction 22 and join the A511 towards Coalville/Burton. Turn right at the junction of the A5121, towards Burton North. Drive past the McDonald's on your right and the stadium will be visible to the right of the roundabout directly ahead. Turn right at the roundabout into Princess Way. The Trust have been advised that railway bridge repair works and other roadworks will add significant delays to any car journeys this weekend.

The large car park at the ground which costs £5 but this will swiftly full up on matchdays and can be difficult to exit immediately after the game. Car parking is also produced at the Ryknild Trading Estate for the same charge, just off the roundabout right by the stadium, and there is some street parking avaiable.


Burton station is reachable within two hours of London, via a change at Derby, from St Pancras International. The station is around a mile and a half away from the Pirelli Stadium. As you come out of the station turn left and go down the hill. Turn right into Derby Road and from there it is a straight road up to the stadium. It should take about 25 minutes to walk. Otherwise there is a taxi rank at the station and the cost up to the ground is around £6.


Supporters who haven't purchased tickets can buy terrace tickets from the Burton Albion ticket office before the game tomorrow priced at £20 for adults, £18 for over 65s, £15 for young persons aged between 17 and 22 and £7 for under-17s.


Burton provides a large selection of local pubs and microbreweries for visiting fans to enjoy, which makes one of the trips of the season. Starting close to the station, the nearest pub would be the Roebuck Inn (101 Station Street, DE14 1BT), which serves a wide selection of ales and beers, and has a number of big screens that will show all the televised sport. Further along the same street are The Last Heretic micropub, which features prominently in the CAMRA 2018 Good Beer guide, and opens from 11am. It serves an impressive range of locally-brewed ales and beers in a relaxed atmosphere with a beer garden and openly welcomes visiting fans.

The Devonshire Arms, located on the corner of Milton Street, stocks a large range of Burton Bridge beers, ales as well as bottled continental beers and wines. It has a wide-ranging and tasty food menu.

The Trust have been contacted by the Burton Beech Inn on Derby Road, which is located between the Pirelli factory and the McDonald's. It is the closest pub to the ground, about ten minutes' walk from the stadium, and offers car parking for £5, The Beech Inn is a Marston's pub, which is looking forward to hosting Fulham fans, and will serve from two bars inside and has a beer garden as well.

The Great Northern on Wetmore Road, which is just off the roundabout over the railway bridge away from the stadium, will serve Burton Bridge Beers and guest ales. Real ale drinkers are also encouraged to try the Burton Town Brewery in an industrial unit at Falcoln Close, about a half mile from the ground. Real and craft ales, larger, cider and wine are all available well before kick off at home games.

The Fuggle and Nugget (81 High Street) is also highly recommended. This micropub will serve up to four guest real ales, ciders, wide, spirits and several bottled beers. A large range of tasty food is also avaiable from 12 noon. The nearby Burton Bridge Inn, just off the High Street, also known as the Burton Brewery Tap, is away-fan friendly and serves a number of locally-sourced real ales, beers, lagers and ciders.


Notes from September meeting with Fulham Football Club

On Tuesday 5 September, Tom Greatrex and Dan Crawford from the Fulham Supporters’ Trust met with Alistair Mackintosh (AM, chief executive officer), Casper Stylsvig (CS, chief revenue officer), Sean O’Loughlin (SOL, finance director), David Daly (DD, non-executive director), Carmelo Mifsud (CM, interim communications and media director), Jack Burrows (JB, senior marketing executive) of Fulham Football Club at Motspur Park as part of our ongoing structured dialogue.


AM and SOL confirmed that Fulham had been working with architectural firm Populous, who have previously worked on the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium and the London Olympic Stadium amongst others, over the past few months on revisions to the design to redevelop the Riverside Stand. It is the club’s intention to begin consultation in October, including with supporters, prior to submitting any required planning application to Hammersmith and Fulham Council. Both AM and SOL told the Trust that Shahid Khan was keen to make swift progress with the Riverside Stand redevelopment to secure Fulham’s future at Craven Cottage and increase the club’s commercial and hospitality offer to supporters.


The Trust had previously been invited to join a working group discussing the matchday experience at Craven Cottage and how it can be improved for Fulham supporters. This initiative came directly from Slavisa Jokanovic, who wished to replicate the atmosphere from the second half of last season at each home fixture. The Trust presented feedback from our members following the opening home games of the season, with regards to pre-match and half-time entertainment, as well as the long queues to be served at the various kiosks around the ground both before kick-off, during the game and at half-time. In response, CS said he would be raising these catering and staffing issues with Delaware North and that the Club are looking at increased promotions for fans. The Trust and the Club have also agreed that many of the fan-produced flags and banners should be displayed in prominent positions at home fixtures and DD, CM, CS and JB confirmed work is being undertaken to ensure this is achieved as soon as possible.


AM reiterated that Fulham’s priorities following the play-off semi-final defeat were to retain Ryan Sessegnon and Tom Cairney given the significant interest in their services. Bringing back Tomas Kalas and Lucas Piazon was important to everyone – and they eventually arrived for a second season on loan. AM said that the club then wanted to build on the strong second half of last season so that Fulham could be promoted. The recruitment of two strikers was one of the club’s highest priorities. Both Rui Fonte and Aboubakar Kamara had been tracked by Fulham for a considerable period of time and were the subject of serious interest from the club during the January transfer window. They were two of the club’s top targets this summer with the club’s scouting network and analytics department in agreement to proceed – and it was then a matter of concluding a financially acceptable deal, which proved successful.

Once Fulham had signed Fonte and Kamara, both Tony and Shahid Khan gave their support to finance a move for a further striker on deadline day with Dwight Gayle viewed as a bonus were a deal to bring him in be concluded. Gayle was ultimately not signed because Newcastle United were unable to bring in a replacement.

Sone Aluko was offered a very lucrative contract, which would have made him one of Fulham’s highest-paid players, but he turned it down as he wished to secure a longer-term deal, which he was offered by Reading. The transfer represented a very healthy business return on a player Fulham signed on a free transfer last summer, which strengthened the club’s financial position. Tony Khan and Fulham were happy to allow Aluko to join Reading at this price once Fulham had brought in Sheyi Ojo and were close to recruiting further wide players – Jordan Graham arrived from Wolves on loan and Yohan Mollo was signed a free transfer on deadline day.

Asked about the possibility of the changes to the summer transfer window that have been floated by both Premier League and the EFL, AM confirmed that he would be in favour of a trial of a shortened transfer window so that Fulham could probably understand the consequences of such a change. This issue will be discussed further by the Premier League, EFL, Championship clubs and the footballing authorities in the coming months.


AM and SOL confirmed that Fulham remained comfortably within the limits allowed under the EFL and Championship Financial Fair Play regulations. By way of further explanation, SOL said that the rules in place from the 2016-2017 season – which contained a new set of ‘Profit and Sustainability’ regulations to solidify a consistent approach for those clubs that move between the Championship and the Premier League – permitted a maximum loss of £39m over a three-year season timeframe from March 2017 to March 2020. The reporting date to the EFL has also been shifted from December to March and Fulham’s player sales that would fall in this reporting period, including Ross McCormack and Kostas Mitroglou as well as this summer’s departures, leave the club with considerable headroom within the current regulations. 


In response to a question from the Trust, CS talked through the portfolio of commercial partners that the club has recently announced.

In July, Fulham agreed a two-year deal with Grosvenor Casinos to become the Club’s main team partner, which included their logo being displayed on the club’s first-team and U23 shirts and becoming the Club’s designated betting and casino partner. CS revealed that, once Visit Florida had confirmed that they were not looking for renew their existing deal, Fulham were approached by more than thirty companies who were interested in becoming the main team partner. Grosvenor Casinos were initially in the shortlisted categories of interested parties, but increased their offer to considerably more than the existing deal, and were very keen to work with Fulham Football Club. CS recognised the concerns of some supporters around having a gambling company prominently associated with the club and said that Grosvenor Casinos were fully signed up to the Gamble Aware programme and were keen to work with the Club, the Fulham Foundation and supporters to tackle problem gambling during their partnership.

In August, Fulham announced a deal with West London Audi, who have become the Club’s official automotive partner. CS said that West London Audi were an excellent replacement for Motor Village, who were the previous partner, and had already shown a real appetite to engage with Fulham supporters. The exclusive offer for season ticket holders has proven very popular in its first month.

Also in August, Fulham announced that GameTime Hydration, a sports energy drinks company originally based in Dallas, Texas, and new in the UK, would become the Club’s official energy drink partner for the next two seasons. As part of the agreement, GameTime Hydration’s logo now appears on the back of the shorts of the Fulham first team’s home, away and third strip. CS and SOL said that GameTime Hydration were very keen to grow their brand awareness in the UK and saw Fulham as an excellent fit for their business. CS said that this deal was one of the most expensive for short sponsorship in the Championship.

As announced last month, CS confirmed that Fulham have entered into a global partnership with Konami Digital Entertainment for their Pro Evolution Soccer computer games series. This partnership will see Fulham perfectly digitally recreated in the forthcoming PES 2018 edition, which is released on Thursday 14 September. The partnership sees the PES 2018 logo featured on the back of the first team’s home, away and goalkeeping kit as well as being the main sponsor of Fulham’s youth teams’ playing kit. CS felt this deal was a significant coup for a Championship club and represented an excellent commercial result for Fulham. Konami will also be heavily involved in Fulham’s family zone, with activities exclusively designed for younger supporters.

CS said that Fulham were also extending existing arrangements with Adidas, Carlsberg and Delaware North. CS further revealed that the club were inundated with requests from potential partners to discuss associations with Fulham and that he was continuing to work to increase the revenue realised from such partnerships and delivering the best offers and service for supporters.


As previously released to Trust members, the Club confirmed the ticketing arrangements for September’s away fixtures at Nottingham Forest and QPR. Fulham have allocated around 2,000 tickets for the trip to the City Ground on Tuesday 26 September and 3,178 tickets for the local derby at Loftus Road on 29 September. The significant change to the selling procedure for the QPR fixture was an increase to two tickets per season ticket holder. The Trust thanked the Club, especially AM, CS and head of ticketing Katy Brecht, for their continuous dialogue on away tickets and raised the ongoing issue of supporters being unable to specify sections of the stand to sit in at away matches. The Club confirmed that this is the subject of ongoing discussions with Ticketmaster.

The meeting closed at 12.15pm


Away ticket update: Nottingham Forest and QPR

The Fulham Supporters' Trust are pleased to provide members with information regarding the sale of tickets for Fulham's forthcoming away fixtures against QPR and Nottingham Forest. Tickets for both of these matches go on sale from 10am this morning.

We would like to thank Fulham FC's chief executive officer Alistair Mackintosh, head of ticketing Katy Brecht and chief revenues officer Casper Stylsvig for allowing us to provide this update to supporters' trust members.



Fulham have been allocated 2,000 tickets in the lower tier of the Bridgford Stand. Tickets for Fulham's fixture at the City Ground will be priced at £20 for adults, £14 for adults over 65, £12 for under 18s, £6 for under 12s. There are eleven pairs of wheelchair tickets available at the above prices (with carers going free) and several ambulant disabled tickets also available. Supporters seeking to purchase the disabled tickets should call the Fulham FC ticket office on 0203 871 0810 and select option 2. These tickets will go on sale to season ticket holders and members at 10am today, with the remainder going on general sale from 10am on Friday 8 September. Supporters will receive 5 loyalty points per ticket purchased.



Fulham have been allocated 3,071 tickets in the School End. 873 tickets in the Upper Tier Gold section (the blocks between blocks Y2-Y6) have been priced at £34 for adults, £17 for under 18s, £24 for adults aged between 18 and 21 and £24 for those adults aged over 60. 328 tickets in the upper tier silver section (which is located just in blocks Y2 and Y6) are priced at £29 for adults, £14 for under 18s, £20 for adults aged between 18 and 21 and £20 for adults aged over 60. In this section, children who are under 8 and accompanied by an adult go free of charge. The remainder of the tickets - some 1,325 tickets - are located in the Lower Tier - and are priced at £29 for adults, £14 for under 18s, £20 for adults aged between 18 and 21 and £20 for adults aged over 60. Children who are under 8 and accompanied by an adult can also book a free ticket in this section.

Once this allocation has been sold, 545 restricted view tickets will be made available. 319 of these tickets are in the Upper Tier gold section (blocks between Y2 and Y6) priced at £32 for adults, £16 for under 18s, £23 for adults aged between 18 and 21 and £23 for adults aged over 60. 226 Upper tier silver restricted view seats will be priced at £27 for adults, £13 for under 18s, £19 for young adults aged between 18 and 21 and £19 for adults aged over 65. Children who are under 8 and accompanied by an adult can also book a free ticket in this section.

There are five pairs of wheelchair tickets available for disabled supporters priced at £20 for a disabled supporter and carer. There are also twenty pairs of ambulant disabled tickets, located in the upper (silver section) or lower tier, also priced at £20 for a disabled support and their carer. Supporters seeking to purchase the disabled tickets should call the Fulham FC ticket office on 0203 871 0810 and select option 2.

In a change from last season's fixture, supporters will be able to buy two tickets per season. The selling schedule for these tickets is as follows:

Today (Wednesday 6 September): on sale to season ticket holders and members with 600 loyalty points or more

Thursday 7 September: on sale to season ticket holders and members with 400 loyalty points or more

Friday 8 September: on sale to season ticket holders and members with 200 loyalty points or more

Monday 11 September: on sale to season ticket holders and members with 100 loyalty points or more

Tuesday 12 September: on sale to all season ticket holders and members

Wednesday 12 September: on general sale

QPR have requested that the tickets be sold in the following order:

1st: Upper Tier Gold

2nd: Upper Tier Silver

3rd: Lower Tier

4th: Restricted view

Supporters will receive one loyalty point per ticket purchased. This will be an all-ticket fixture for Fulham fans and there will no matchday sales for away supporters.

In view of the proximity of Loftus Road to Craven Cottage and Motspur Park, the Club will not be operating coach travel for this fixture.

The Trust would like to encourage all our members and Fulham fans to consider purchasing a ticket for these fixtures to cheer Slavisa Jokanovic's side towards further vital victories away from home. Supporters will be able to purchase tickets online from 10am today, by calling the Fulham FC ticket office hotline on 0203 871 0810 and selecting option 1 or by visiting the ticket office on Stevenage Road.