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Das Craven Cottage ist das Fußballstadion des englischen Fußballclubs FC Fulham, dessen Momentan plant der FC Fulham den Ausbau des Stadions auf Plätze. Dafür soll einer neuer Riverside Stand entstehen. Im März März Mit dem Umbau will der Fulham F.C. den Grundstein für eine langfristige Zukunft in Craven Cottage legen. (Stadionwelt, ). März Ursprünglich ein athletisches Stadion, das auf der Grenze der südwestlichen Viertel Fulham Fulham FC - Craven Cottage, Kapazität: 26

In London County Council became concerned with the level of safety at the ground, and tried to get it closed. The stand on Stevenage Road celebrated its centenary in the — season [19] and, following the death of Fulham FC's favourite son, former England captain Johnny Haynes , in a car accident in October [20] the Stevenage Road Stand was renamed the Johnny Haynes Stand after the club sought the opinions of Fulham supporters.

Both the Johnny Haynes Stand and Cottage remain among the finest examples of Archibald Leitch football architecture to remain in existence and both have been designated as Grade II listed buildings.

An England v Wales match was played at the ground in , [22] [23] followed by a rugby league international between England and Australia in One of the club's directors Henry Norris , and his friend William Hall, took over Arsenal in the early s, [25] the plan being to merge Fulham with Arsenal, [26] to form a "London superclub" at Craven Cottage.

There were also plans for Henry Norris to build a larger stadium on the other side of Stevenage Road but there was little need after the merger idea failed.

During this era, the Cottage was used for choir singing and marching bands along with other performances, and Mass.

In there were plans to demolish the ground and start again from scratch with a new 80, capacity stadium. These plans never materialised mainly due to the Great Depression.

On 8 October , 49, spectators watched Fulham play Millwall. It was the largest attendance ever at Craven Cottage and the record remains today, unlikely to be bettered as it is now an all-seater stadium with currently no room for more than 25, During the 's era, Fulham often averaged over 25, However, the official attendances can be considered somewhat dubious in this era as many fans would get in by climbing over the fence from Bishops Park into the Putney End.

As at many other grounds, fans would sometimes pay at the turnstiles but not be counted. This boot money would be given to the players stuffed in their boots and would not be counted in the gate money.

The ground hosted several football games for the Summer Olympics , and is one of the last extant that did. It wasn't until after Fulham first reached the top division, in , that further improvements were made to the stadium.

In Fulham became the final side in the first division to erect floodlights. The lights were like large pylons towering 50 metres over the ground and were similar in appearance to those at the WACA.

An electronic scoreboard was installed on the Riverside Terrace at the same time as the floodlights were installed and flagpoles flying the flags of all of the other first division teams were flown from them.

Although Fulham was relegated, the development of Craven Cottage continued. The Riverside terracing, infamous for the fact that fans occupying it would turn their heads annually to watch The Boat Race pass, [34] was replaced by what was officially named the 'Eric Miller Stand', [35] Eric Miller being a director of the club at the time.

The stand is now better known as the Riverside Stand. On Boxing Day , Craven Cottage was the venue of the fastest hat-trick in the history of the English football league, which was completed in less than three minutes, by Graham Leggat.

This helped his Fulham team to beat Ipswich 10—1 a club record. Between and , Fulham rugby league played their home games at the Cottage.

When the Hillsborough disaster occurred in , Fulham were in the second bottom rung of The Football League , [46] but following the Taylor report Fulham's ambitious chairman Jimmy Hill tabled plans in for an all-seater stadium.

A year remained to do something about this teams reaching the second tier for the first time are allowed a three-year period to reach the required standards for the top two divisions , [48] [49] [50] but by the time the last league game was played there, against Leicester City on 27 April , no building plans [51] had been made.

After one and a half seasons at Loftus Road , no work had been done on the Cottage. The work proceeded as scheduled and the club were able to return to their home for the start of the —05 season.

Their first game in the new-look 22, all-seater stadium was a pre-season friendly against Watford on 10 July The current stadium was one of the Premiership's smallest grounds at the time of Fulham's relegation at the end of the —14 season it was third-smallest, after the KC Stadium and the Liberty Stadium.

This venue is suitable for Australia because most of the country's top players are based in Europe, and West London has a significant community of expatriate Australians.

South Korea was hosted on 6 February Craven Cottage often hosts many other events such as 5-a-side football tournaments and weddings.

Craven Cottage hosted the Oxbridge Varsity Football match annually between and and again in , the same day as the famous ' Boat Race ' [69] , , , [70] and [71] as well as having a Soccer Aid warm-up match in However, other events have included brass bands, Michael Jackson albeit just walking on the pitch once, as opposed to performing , [76] Travis playing, Arabic dancing, keepie uppie professionals and presentational awards.

Most games also feature the 'Fulham flutter', a half-time draw; [77] and a shoot-out competition of some kind, [78] usually involving scoring through a 'hoop' or 'beat the goalie'.

On the first home game of the season, there is a carnival where every Fulham fan is expected to turn up in black-and-white colours. There is usually live rock bands, player signings, clowns, stilt walkers, a steel calypso band, food stalls and a free training session for children in Bishops Park.

The Fulham Ladies before their demise [79] and Reserve teams occasionally play home matches at the Cottage. Craven Cottage is known by several affectionate nicknames from fans, including: The most accessible route to the ground is to walk through Bishops Park from Putney Bridge the nearest Underground station , [85] often known as 'The Green Mile' by Fulham fans as it is roughly a mile walk through pleasant greenery.

The board seem to have moved away from their ambition to make Fulham the "Manchester United of the south" as it became clear how expensive such a plan would be.

The capacity of Craven Cottage has been increased during summers for instance in with a small increase in the capacity of the Hammersmith End.

Fulham previously announced in that they are planning to increase the capacity of Craven Cottage by 4, seats, [93] but this is yet to be implemented.

There was also proposals for a bridge to span the Thames, for a redeveloped Riverside stand and a museum. More substantial plans arose in October with the 'Fulham Forever' campaign.

A detailed plan into the possibilities of expansion highlighted the Riverside Stand as the only viable area for expansion. The scheme involves the demolition of the back of the Riverside Stand with a new tier of seating added on top of the current one and a row of corporate boxes; bringing Craven Cottage up to 30, capacity.

The riverside walk would be re-opened, light pollution would be reduced with the removal of floodlight masts, new access points would make match-day crowds more manageable and the new stand would be respectful in design to its position on the River Thames.

Although there is no time scheme for when the project will begin, the club is already far into the consultation phase and it appeared would like to begin soon during — The Hammersmith End or Hammy is the northernmost stand in the ground, the closest to Hammersmith.

The roofing was financed through the sale of Alan Mullery to Spurs. If Fulham win the toss, they usually choose to play towards the Hammersmith End in the second half.

The stand had terracing until the reopening of the ground in , when it was replaced with seating in order to comply with league rules following the Taylor Report.

The Putney End is the southernmost stand in the ground, nearest to Putney and backing onto Bishops Park. This generally hosts visiting and 'neutral' supporters, [] though often this is mixed with home and away fans.

When the ground became redeveloped, with the standing terraces replaced in —04 the club applied for a licence to have a designated neutral area, in the rows closest to the Cottage, nicknamed 'Little Switzerland'.

There is a plane tree in the corner by the river. The Riverside was originally terracing that backed onto the Thames. The Riverside Stand backs onto the River Thames [32] [] and is elevated uniquely above the pitch [] unlike the other 3 stands.

It contains the corporate hospitality seating [] alongside Fulham fans. There are several Harrods advertising boardings and above these is the gantry, for the press and cameras.

During the s, Craven Cottage flooded, with water gushing in from the Riverside. The stand houses the George Cohen restaurant, [] while on non-match days there is the Cottage Cafe, located near to the Cottage itself.

True to Trinder's prophecy, Fulham were relegated again. Children were often placed at the front of this enclosure and the area had a distinctive white picket fence to keep fans off the pitch up until the s.

There is a large tapestry draped from the Cottage which says "Still Believe". It encapsulates the now-famous moment, when fans facing defeat against Hamburg SV in the Europa League semi-final roused the players with the chant of "Stand up if you still believe".

In recent years, Craven Cottage has hosted several International Friendly matches, including the Ireland national team who played Colombia and Nigeria there in May [] and May [] respectively and Oman in On the 27 March , Australia played host to Colombia in the international friendlies, the match ended , both teams having qualified for the World Cup Finals in Russia.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The manor of Fulham is in medieval documents stated to have been given to Bishop Erkenwald about the year for himself and his successors in the See of London.

In effect, as is geographically clear, Fulham Palace , for nine centuries the summer residence of the Bishops of London , is the manor and parish of Fulham.

During the Commonwealth the manor was temporarily out of the bishops' hands, having been sold to Colonel Edmund Harvey.

In recent years there has been a great revival of interest in Fulham's earliest history, due almost entirely to the efforts of the Fulham Archaeological Rescue Group.

This has carried out a number of interesting digs, particularly in the vicinity of Fulham Palace, which show that approximately 5, years ago Neolithic people were living by the riverside and in other parts of the area.

Excavations have also revealed Roman settlements during the third and fourth centuries AD. There is no record of the original erection of a Parish church in Fulham, but the first written record of a church dates from as a result of a tithe dispute.

The first known parish priest of All Saints Church, Fulham was appointed in The medieval extant part of All Saints Church was demolished in , during reconstruction by Sir Arthur Blomfield , in order to enlarge it, however, it did not date farther back than the 15th century.

In the Earl of Essex withdrawing from the Battle of Brentford ordered to be put a bridge of boats on the Thames to unite with his detachment in Kingston in pursuit of Charles I , who ordered Prince Rupert to retreat from Brentford back west.

The King and Prince moved their troops from Reading to Oxford for the winter. This is thought to have been near the first bridge which was made of wood.

It was commonly named Fulham Bridge, built in and was replaced in with Putney Bridge. Margravine Road recalls the existence of Brandenburg House, a riverside mansion built by Sir Nicholas Crispe in the time of Charles I, and used as the headquarters of General Fairfax in during the civil wars.

They are reputed to have had several children. During the 18th century Fulham had a reputation for debauchery, becoming a playground for the wealthy of London, where there was much gambling and prostitution and breweries.

Until an Act of , the neighbouring village-turned-town of Hammersmith had been a perpetual curacy under the parish of Fulham.

The two areas did not come together again until the commencement of the London Government Act in The 19th century roused Walham Green village, and the surrounding hamlets that made up the parish of Fulham, from their rural slumber and market gardens with the advent first of power production and then more hesitant transport development.

In the Imperial Gas Light and Coke Company , the first public utility company in the world, bought the Sandford estate in Sands End to produce gas for lighting - and in the case of the Hurlingham Club, for ballooning.

The sale was finally achieved through the intervention of cemetery shareholder and Fulham resident, John Gunter. Meanwhile, another group of local landowners, led by Lord Kensington with Sir John Scott Lillie and others had conceived, in , the idea of exploiting the water course up-river from Chelsea Creek on their land by turning it into a two-mile canal.

It was to have a basin, a lock and wharves, to be known as the Kensington Canal , and link the Grand Union Canal with the Thames.

In reality, however, the project was over budget and delayed by contractor bankruptcies and only opened in , when railways were already gaining traction.

This was done with the input of two noted consulting engineers, Robert Stephenson in and from , Sir John Fowler. It meant that the area around Lillie Bridge was to make a lasting, if largely unsung, contribution for well over a century to the development and maintenance of public transport in London and beyond.

Next to the Lillie Bridge engineering Depot , the Midland Railway established its own coal and goods yard. At the turn of the century, the London Omnibus Co.

This attracted a host of other automotive enterprises to move into the area. With the growth of 19th-century transport links into East Fulham and its sporting venues by ' Lillie Bridge ', along with the immediately neighbouring acre Earl's Court exhibition grounds , and the vast the Empress Hall see entertainment section below.

During the First World War it would become accommodation for Belgian refugees. They had trouble disposing of the properties, so for public relations purposes, they renamed the area 'West Kensington', to refer to the more prosperous neighbourhood over the parish boundary.

The last farm to function in Fulham was Crabtree Farm, which closed at the beginning of the 20th-century. Ceramics and weaving in Fulham go back to at least the 17th century, most notably with the Fulham Pottery , followed by the establishment of tapestry and carpet production with a branch of the French 'Gobelins manufactory' and then the short-lived Parisot weaving school venture in the s.

William De Morgan , ceramicist and novelist, moved into Sands End with his painter wife, Evelyn De Morgan , where they lived and worked.

Other artists who settled along the Lillie Road , were Francesco Bartolozzi , a florentine engraver and Benjamin Rawlinson Faulkner , a society portrait painter.

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska , the French expressionist painter and friend of Ezra Pound , lived in Walham Green till his early death in Glass production was, until recently, represented by the stained glass studio of the purpose-built and Grade II listed Glass House in Lettice Street and latterly, by the Aaronson Noon Studio, with the 'Zest' Gallery in Rickett Street, that was obliged to shut down in , after 20 years by the developers of 'Lillie Square' and Earl's Court.

Both glass businesses have now moved out of London. Its work may be seen in public spaces all over the world. Fulham remained a predominantly working class area for the first half of the 20th century, with genteel pockets at North End, along the top of Lillie and New King's roads, especially around Parsons Green , Eel Brook Common , South Park and the area surrounding the Hurlingham Club.

Essentially, the area had attracted waves of immigrants from the countryside to service industrialisation and the more privileged parts of the capital.

With rapid demographic changes there was poverty, as had been noted by Charles Dickens and Charles Booth and Fulham had its Poorhouses , and attracted several benefactors, including: The Metropolitan Asylums Board acquired in a acre site at the bottom of Seagrave Road, to build a fever hospital, The Western Hospital , that later became an NHS centre of excellence for treating polio until its closure in Aside from the centuries-old brewing industry, e.

This encouraged the southern stretch of North End Road to become Fulham's unofficial 'High street', almost a mile from the actual Fulham High Street , with its own department store, F.

The second ever Tesco shop opened in the North End Road. The UK's reputedly oldest independent health food shop , opened in by the Aetherius Society , still trades in the Fulham Road.

Allied to these developments, the post-war period saw the extensive demolition of Fulham's early 19th century architectural stock, replaced by some Brutalist architecture - the current Ibis hotel - and the Empress State Building in Lillie Road that in replaced the declining Empress Hall.

The LCC and local council continued with much needed council housing development between the Second World War and up to the s.

Geoffrey de Havilland , aviation pioneer, built his first aeroplane at his workshop in Bothwell Street, Fulham in Edward Elgar , the composer, lived at 51 Avonmore Road, W14, between — They were part of a musical dynasty of Belgian descent.

Elvis Costello spent part of his youth in the area as he recalls in his memoir. With the accession of Boris Johnson to the mayoralty of London, a controversial 80 acre high-rise redevelopment has been under way on the eastern borough boundary with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea , involving the dismantling of the two Earl's Court Exhibition Centres in RBKC and in Hammersmith and Fulham and the emptying and demolition of hundreds of commercial properties, thousands of both private and social housing units and including the demolition of a rare example in Fulham of mid-Victorian housing, designed by John Young architect , close to Grade I and II listed structures and to a number of conservation areas in both boroughs.

It also involves the closure of the historic Lillie Bridge Depot, opened in and the dispersal of its operations by TfL [43] [44].

The latest edition of the Chambers Dictionary defines a fulham as 'a die loaded at the corner to ensure that certain numbers are thrown also full'am or full'an.

Prob the place name 'Fulham' in London. Fulham is part of two constituencies: Fulham was formerly a part of the Hammersmith and Fulham parliamentary constituency which was dissolved in to form the current seats.

However, parts of Fulham continue to score highly on the Jarman Index , indicating poor health outcomes due to adverse socio-economic factors.

Fulham has in the past been solid Labour territory. It became a politically significant part of the country, having been the scene of two major parliamentary by-elections in the 20th century.

In , the Fulham East by-election became known as the "peace by-election". With " gentrification ", Fulham voters have been leaning towards the Conservatives since the s as the area underwent huge demographic change: In the General Election, he was re-elected this time for the newly formed Chelsea and Fulham constituency.

In the General Election he was returned with an increased share of the vote. Hammersmith and Fulham is currently controlled by Labour.

At the local elections , Labour won 11 seats from the Conservatives, giving them 26 councillors and control of the council said to have been the then Prime Minister David Cameron 's "favourite" [45] for the first time since Before the area became home to the Fulham F.

All this was accomplished through the catalyst that was John Graham Chambers from the mids. Famously exclusive sports clubs, the Queen's Club for tennis and the Hurlingham Club , are located within Fulham.

In the case of the latter, members have included British monarchs and the waiting list for membership currently averages over fifteen years.

Public tennis courts are located at the entrance to Fulham Palace. Tennis courts can also be found on Eel Brook Common. Hurlingham Park 's tennis courts are used as netball courts and tennis nets are taken down and so restricting access to the courts for tennis.

Hurlingham Park hosts the annual Polo in the Park tournament, which has become a recent feature of the area. The Hurlingham club is the historic home of polo in the United Kingdom and of the world governing body of polo.

Fulham can boast of two connections with the 'royal' game of Real tennis. There are the courts at the Queen's Club and then there was an unsurpassed designer of real tennis courts, one Joseph Bickley , who lived in Lillie Road and who took out a patent on his plaster mixture that withstood condensation and damp.

Fulham has five active Bowls clubs: The most considerable entertainment and sports destinations in Fulham, after the Lillie Bridge Grounds closed in , have been the 6,seater Empress Hall, [49] built in at the instigation of international impresario, Imre Kiralfy - the scene of his spectacular shows and later sporting events and famous ice shows - and latterly, Earl's Court II, part of the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre in the neighbouring, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

The second, opened by Princess Diana , lasted just over 20 years until Along with the architecturally pleasing Mid-Victorian Empress Place, formerly access to the exhibition centre, it is destined for high rise re-development, but with usage as yet to be confirmed.

No trace is left today of either of Fulham's two theatres, both opened in It gave way to office blocks in the late s. It too has been replaced by an office block in Fulham Broadway.

If traditional or heritage venues have been swept away - apparently during conservative administrations in the main - the performing arts continue in Fulham, like the notable Fulham Symphony Orchestra and the successful Fulham Opera.

There is a cinema complex as part of the Fulham Broadway Centre. Fulham Town Hall, built in in the classical renaissance , is now used as a popular venue for concerts and dances, especially its Grand Hall.

Behind Fulham Broadway, the heart of the original village of Walham Green has undergone pedestrianization, including the spot once occupied by the village green and its pond next to St.

The largest supermarket in Fulham, is located on the site of a cinema later converted to the iconic "Dicky Dirts" jean store with its sloping shop-floor, at the top of North End Road 's Street market.

It started a new trend in how retail was done. The most illustrious brewery in Fulham was the Swan Brewery, Walham Green, dating back to the 17th-century.

Among its patrons were kings and other royalty. Gin distilling came to the remnants of the North End Brewery in Seagrave Road after a brief period of service as a timber works in the s and lasted for almost a century.

The premises were taken over by distillers, Vickers who at the outbreak of the First World War sold out to Burnett's, producers of White Satin Gin, until a s take-over by a Kentucky liquor business.

None of the breweries remain. With its long history of brewing, Fulham still has a number of pubs and gastropubs.

Later, it was the watering hole of the new railway builders, motor and omnibus company staff and latterly Earl's Court exhibition and Chelsea F.

Of the three popular neighbouring pubs acquired by developers during , the 'Imperial Arms' and the 'Prince of Wales' were forced to shut; only "the Atlas", reconstructed after bomb damage in the Second World War, has been reprieved.

The Thames riverside walk in Bishop's Park is interrupted by the Fulham football ground, but resumes after the neighbouring flats and continues to the Crabtree pub and beyond, past the Riverside Cafe on towards Hammersmith Bridge , affording views of the river and rural scenes on the opposite bank.

It is part of the Thames Path. Fulham parish's rural past meant that its grand houses and not so grand vernacular and industrial buildings were either clustered in the village of Walham Green , along the Thames or scattered among the fields of the hamlet of North End.

Many historic structures fell prey to industrialisation, war-time bombing or a rush to demolition and redevelopment. However, the ancient estate of Fulham Palace, the seat of the Bishops of London, remains the outstanding asset with its medieval and Tudor features, remnants of the grounds, now divided between public allotments and a park with a Kitchen garden and the part-excavated longest moat in England.

There are a number of other statutorily and locally listed structures strewn across Fulham. Worthy of note is the last remaining conical kiln of the Fulham Pottery.

Broomhouse Lane has a number of structures of interest, ranging from the Broomhouse draw-dock of medieval origin to 18th-c.

The Hurlingham Club and grounds are of 18th-c. The winding North End Road has several buildings of note, especially, 'Crowthers' at no. Church Gate is the approach to All Saints Church , with its th-c.

The New King's Road contains several 18th-c. Much of the stock in Fulham attests its vigorous 19th-c. An unlisted vestige of the early industrial era is the remnant of Gunter's canal bridge, still visible from platform 4 at West Brompton station.

Fulham Broadway Underground station was used in Sliding Doors. Fulham is home to several schools, including independent pre-preparatory and preparatory schools.

Fulham's artistic and craft heritage continues in the guise of groups of specialist retail outlets in several locations, such as the Wandsworth Bridge and Carnwarth Roads.

The corner of Lillie Road and Munster Road hosts a number of antique shops. Chelsea Harbour is a favoured destination for interior designers.

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Ich war mit einem Kollegen im Cottage. Im Nachgang zur 0: Liste der Spieler des FC Fulham. Mit dem direkten Durchmarsch in die First Division scheiterte er knapp, wofür eine 0: In Craven Cottage wurden einige internationale Freundschaftsspiele ausgetragen. In Craven Cottage wurden einige internationale Freundschaftsspiele ausgetragen. Im März war die Schmerzgrenze überschritten; Hill stürmte beim Stand von 0: Platz für neue Wohnungen, Restaurants und Events wird ebenfalls in dem neuen Tribünenkomplex entstehen. Vor über Jahren bestand die Gegend hauptsächlich aus Wald, weshalb an dieser Stelle eine Jagdhütte errichtet wurde, die heute noch Bestandteil des Stadions ist. Auf dem Weg findet Ihr ein paar Essensstände an denen es leckeres Essen gibt. Die Prognose erfüllte sich nicht. Im März war die Schmerzgrenze überschritten; Hill stürmte beim Stand von 0: Februar über Mobile-Apps Fussball pur. Südkorea hat im Jahr auch Freundschaftsspiele gegen Griechenland und Serbien hier ausgetragen. September um Der FC Fulham offiziell: An mindestens neun verschiedenen Standorten bestritten die Mannschaften zunächst ihre Heimspiele, ehe der Klub nach Craven Cottage umzog. Dafür soll einer neuer Riverside Stand entstehen. Danach auf der A in Richtung des Stadtteils Hammersmith. Vfb stuttgart ergebnisse Erscheinungsbild spo x altehrwürdigen Craven Cottage wird sich damit von Grund auf ändern. Anfahrt mit Beste Spielothek in Bereborn finden Auto: Jahrhundert war und auch blieb. Tower of London Eintrittskarte Um die Webseite optimal gestalten und fortlaufend verbessern zu können, verwendet europapokal. Später wurden diese in Fulham FC 3 handball liga ost [27] kurz: Der FC Fulham überstand die Gruppenphase fussbalö einen 3: Das Stadion von Glasgow Rangers. Zwischen Mai und Juni wurde das Stadion renoviert. Nach einer kurzen Schwächeperiode mit nur einem Sieg in sechs Partien übernahm Vereinssekretär Frank Osborne die Trainernachfolge und diente dem Klub in einer Doppelfunktion.

Between and , Fulham rugby league played their home games at the Cottage. When the Hillsborough disaster occurred in , Fulham were in the second bottom rung of The Football League , [46] but following the Taylor report Fulham's ambitious chairman Jimmy Hill tabled plans in for an all-seater stadium.

A year remained to do something about this teams reaching the second tier for the first time are allowed a three-year period to reach the required standards for the top two divisions , [48] [49] [50] but by the time the last league game was played there, against Leicester City on 27 April , no building plans [51] had been made.

After one and a half seasons at Loftus Road , no work had been done on the Cottage. The work proceeded as scheduled and the club were able to return to their home for the start of the —05 season.

Their first game in the new-look 22, all-seater stadium was a pre-season friendly against Watford on 10 July The current stadium was one of the Premiership's smallest grounds at the time of Fulham's relegation at the end of the —14 season it was third-smallest, after the KC Stadium and the Liberty Stadium.

This venue is suitable for Australia because most of the country's top players are based in Europe, and West London has a significant community of expatriate Australians.

South Korea was hosted on 6 February Craven Cottage often hosts many other events such as 5-a-side football tournaments and weddings. Craven Cottage hosted the Oxbridge Varsity Football match annually between and and again in , the same day as the famous ' Boat Race ' [69] , , , [70] and [71] as well as having a Soccer Aid warm-up match in However, other events have included brass bands, Michael Jackson albeit just walking on the pitch once, as opposed to performing , [76] Travis playing, Arabic dancing, keepie uppie professionals and presentational awards.

Most games also feature the 'Fulham flutter', a half-time draw; [77] and a shoot-out competition of some kind, [78] usually involving scoring through a 'hoop' or 'beat the goalie'.

On the first home game of the season, there is a carnival where every Fulham fan is expected to turn up in black-and-white colours.

There is usually live rock bands, player signings, clowns, stilt walkers, a steel calypso band, food stalls and a free training session for children in Bishops Park.

The Fulham Ladies before their demise [79] and Reserve teams occasionally play home matches at the Cottage. Craven Cottage is known by several affectionate nicknames from fans, including: The most accessible route to the ground is to walk through Bishops Park from Putney Bridge the nearest Underground station , [85] often known as 'The Green Mile' by Fulham fans as it is roughly a mile walk through pleasant greenery.

The board seem to have moved away from their ambition to make Fulham the "Manchester United of the south" as it became clear how expensive such a plan would be.

The capacity of Craven Cottage has been increased during summers for instance in with a small increase in the capacity of the Hammersmith End.

Fulham previously announced in that they are planning to increase the capacity of Craven Cottage by 4, seats, [93] but this is yet to be implemented.

There was also proposals for a bridge to span the Thames, for a redeveloped Riverside stand and a museum. More substantial plans arose in October with the 'Fulham Forever' campaign.

A detailed plan into the possibilities of expansion highlighted the Riverside Stand as the only viable area for expansion. The scheme involves the demolition of the back of the Riverside Stand with a new tier of seating added on top of the current one and a row of corporate boxes; bringing Craven Cottage up to 30, capacity.

The riverside walk would be re-opened, light pollution would be reduced with the removal of floodlight masts, new access points would make match-day crowds more manageable and the new stand would be respectful in design to its position on the River Thames.

Although there is no time scheme for when the project will begin, the club is already far into the consultation phase and it appeared would like to begin soon during — The Hammersmith End or Hammy is the northernmost stand in the ground, the closest to Hammersmith.

The roofing was financed through the sale of Alan Mullery to Spurs. If Fulham win the toss, they usually choose to play towards the Hammersmith End in the second half.

The stand had terracing until the reopening of the ground in , when it was replaced with seating in order to comply with league rules following the Taylor Report.

The Putney End is the southernmost stand in the ground, nearest to Putney and backing onto Bishops Park. This generally hosts visiting and 'neutral' supporters, [] though often this is mixed with home and away fans.

When the ground became redeveloped, with the standing terraces replaced in —04 the club applied for a licence to have a designated neutral area, in the rows closest to the Cottage, nicknamed 'Little Switzerland'.

There is a plane tree in the corner by the river. The Riverside was originally terracing that backed onto the Thames. The Riverside Stand backs onto the River Thames [32] [] and is elevated uniquely above the pitch [] unlike the other 3 stands.

It contains the corporate hospitality seating [] alongside Fulham fans. There are several Harrods advertising boardings and above these is the gantry, for the press and cameras.

During the s, Craven Cottage flooded, with water gushing in from the Riverside. The stand houses the George Cohen restaurant, [] while on non-match days there is the Cottage Cafe, located near to the Cottage itself.

True to Trinder's prophecy, Fulham were relegated again. Children were often placed at the front of this enclosure and the area had a distinctive white picket fence to keep fans off the pitch up until the s.

There is a large tapestry draped from the Cottage which says "Still Believe". It encapsulates the now-famous moment, when fans facing defeat against Hamburg SV in the Europa League semi-final roused the players with the chant of "Stand up if you still believe".

In recent years, Craven Cottage has hosted several International Friendly matches, including the Ireland national team who played Colombia and Nigeria there in May [] and May [] respectively and Oman in On the 27 March , Australia played host to Colombia in the international friendlies, the match ended , both teams having qualified for the World Cup Finals in Russia.

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You Don't Know Jack from Bordeaux. Fulham approached by QPR about interest in sharing a new stadium". Detta bidrar till den unika känslan av spänning som det innebär att vara ett hängivet fan av Fulham Football Club.

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Fulham biljetter Det finns just nu 21 företag som erbjuder fotbollsbiljetter och paketresor med Fulham. Craven Cottage Premier League. Stamford Bridge Premier League.

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