- Address: Stevenage Road, London
- Country: United Kingdom
- Capacity: 29,000
- Opened: 1896
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Fulham (football)
Extra stadium info – Craven Cottage
The stadium’s record attendance was set on 8 October 1938, when 49,000 people showed up for a football match. In 1948, it was one of the venues for the world famous Games of the Olympiad. Fulham Football Club, one of the first sports clubs from the United Kingdom with a value of $100 million, use the stadium named Craven Cottage for home games. The club was founded in 1879 under a different name. Fulham, also known as The Cottagers or The Lily Whites, is known as London’s oldest professional football club.
Fulham FC played their first-ever FA Cup final in 1975. The Cottagers lost the game after Alan David Taylor scored twice for West Ham United. In 2010, The Lily Whites played their first-ever UEFA Europa League final. Fulham drew an average home attendance of 23,000 during that Premier League league season. They lost the UEFA Europa League final against the Spanish side Atlético de Madrid. The final took place in the German city of Hamburg in front of 49,000 spectators.