Wolves travel to Craven Cottage on Saturday 24th February, with over 4,600 away supporters expected to make the journey to London in order to support Nuno Espirito Santo’s men.
To all Wolves supporters travelling via train, those arriving at Euston are encouraged to either walk to King’s Cross St Pancras and take the Piccadilly line to Hammersmith or take the Northern line to Waterloo and change for South West Railways services to Putney.
South West Railways will be operating a normal service to and from Putney. Transport for London has advised that there will be no District line service to or from Putney Bridge due to planned engineering work.
District line trains will also not be serving Earl’s Court and additionally, there will be no London Overground service at West Brompton station.
To get to Craven Cottage, Wolves supporters are advised to travel to Hammersmith on the Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City or Circle lines and walk from there. Supporters are advised that the walk from Hammersmith Underground Station to Craven Cottage takes around 30 minutes.
For more information go to https://tfl.gov.uk/tube-dlr-overground/status/.
A small, limited amount of tickets remain on sale for Wolves supporters, with the 4,600 allocation nearing a sell out. For ticket information click here.