Travelling to Selhurst Park? Five things you need to know – Brentford FC

The Bees head to Crystal Palace on Tuesday evening ahead of our clash with Patrick Vieira’s side.

Our last visit to Selhurst Park was the first away game of our historic first Premier League season.

If you are heading south of the river to Selhurst Park, here is everything you need to know to ensure you are ready for your visit.

Getting to Selhurst Park

Selhurst Park is situated in the heart of a residential area and is well served by various forms of transport. Local parking enforcement will be in operation with parking in the local area being extremely limited. Taxis can drop off at the corner of Park Road and Whitehorse Lane, which is located at the visiting supporters’ end of the stadium. 

Crystal Palace FC

Selhurst Park

Whitehorse Lane

London 

SE25 6PU

Travelling by public transport

Frequent bus services operate from all directions to the stadium, full details along with a journey planner can be found via the TFL website. The nearest stations to Selhurst Park are Selhurst, Norwood Junction and Thornton Heath, all within a 15-minute walk from the stadium. 

Please plan ahead and use the National Rail Journey Planner to ensure that your journey is as smooth as possible and that you are in your seats ahead of kick-off to give the Bees a warm welcome.

Ticketing information 

Ticket collections need to be arranged with the Brentford FC Box Office in advance of the fixture by contacting [email protected] For any other issues, the visiting Box Office opens two hours prior to kick-off and is located on the corner of Park Road and Holmesdale Road near entrance four.

The Crystal Palace Fan Support Team are located at various areas around the stadium and can be identified by their red coats. We would also like to remind fans who are seated in the Family Friendly section that this is a seated area and persistent standing is not allowed. 

Arriving at Selhurst Park

Once you arrive at Selhurst Park there are plenty of things to do. The Away Fanzone opens two hours before kick-off and has a variety of food and drink options available. All supporters with a valid match ticket are welcome. There are dedicated Accessibility Hosts in all accessible viewing platforms who can answer queries and provide assistance to ensure your matchday is as enjoyable as possible. 

Away pubs

The Prince George in Thornton Heath is the only pub locally that will allow away supporters. The venue is roughly an eight-minute walk from the stadium.

The Selhurst Park turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off. There is a DJ on the away concourse and an early bird offer consisting of a burger or pie and a beer for £7.50.

Enjoy the game!

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