Capacity: 10,226 (all seated)
Address: 1 Maple Road, Luton, LU4 8AW
Ticket Office: 01582 416 976
Pitch Size: 110 x 72 yards
Club Nickname: The Hatters
Year Ground Opened: 1905
We have been informed by Luton Town that travelling GTFC fans can call them between 9am and 12:30pm on 01582 416976 to purchase tickets. The fixture remains an ALL TICKET game for our supporters.
£20 - Adults
£15 - Young Adults (18-21) & Senior citizens (over 65)
£12 - Golden Senior citizens (over 75)
£8 - Youth (Under 18)
£5 - Junior (Under 10)
Town fans will be housed on one side of the Oak Road Stand (on the Executive Stand side) at one end of the ground.
Kenilworth Road is an old, and historic stadium, set in amongst the terraced streets between Kenilworth Road at the southern end of the stadium and Oak Road at the northern end. Access to the Oak Road end is quite unique, via entrances set between terrace houses on either side.
Once you are in the stadium, you'll find refreshment kiosks are located inside the ground offering a range of hot snacks and drinks.
Where to drink
There is a licensed bar in the ground for away fans which is situated to the left hand side as you look at the pitch from the Oak Road End. Their bar staff will be looking forward to welcoming you, where you will be able to purchase alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, snack and confectionery.
A good place to drink is the Beech Hill Conservative Club on Leagrave Road, which welcomes both home and away supporters. To find the club, with the away entrance in front of you turn left and walk down to the bottom of Oak Road. Proceed through the small arcade of shops opposite and you will see the sign for the club between two shops. It has a large car park (which costs £5) and offers reasonably priced beer.
Whilst in the town centre on the Bedford Road, only a few minutes’ walk away from the train station is the English Rose. This CAMRA Good Beer Guide listed pub has received good reports from visiting fans who have drank there.
How to get there.
The ground address is Kenilworth Road Stadium, 1 Maple Road, Luton LU4 8AW, but please note the Away Supporters end is in Oak Road.
The nearest station is Luton station (in Station Road, Luton LU1 2LT) on the Midland line, operated by ThamesLink.
From the station, the ground is a 15-20 minute walk. We recommend you take advantage of the free buses to / from the ground that the Police are offering (from 2015) for away fans.
Alternatively, from the Bus Interchange opposite the station, take the “Luton - Dunstable Busway” which stops outside the ground (close to Oak Road stadium entrances). Busway routes A,B,C or F70 to the Clifton Road stop. (There are also local stations at Leagrave, and the Luton Airport Parkway with connecting bus routes)
Exit the M1 at Junction 11, proceed along A505 dual carriageway. After 1 mile, take 2nd exit at roundabout, then straight across 2 sets of traffic lights and down the hill. Follow signs to the Town Centre / Station.
“Recommended Parking from Bedfordshire Police is at Luton Train Station, Station Road, Luton LU4 9BA - Buses will be available to take fans to the stadium”
NB. Oak Road itself is closed to traffic on matchdays apart from licensed away supporter coaches.
England cricketer Monty Panesar was born here as was rock band Jethro Tull and legendary guitarist Martin Hodges.
And, of course, the late great Eric Bartholomew was a Director at Kenilworth Road. You will probably know him as Eric Morecambe who was born in…Morecambe!
Town Kit Colours
Mariners Travel are running a coach to this game.