Fan guide | Luton vs Wolves

Wolves will visit Luton Town for a first league meeting of the teams since 2007 on Saturday afternoon, as the Old Gold continue their 2023/24 Premier League campaign.

A sold-out allocation of just over 1,000 supporters will be travelling to Kenilworth Road for the 3pm kick-off as Gary O’Neil’s side look to get back to winning ways in the Premier League.

For those making the journey to Luton on Saturday, here is everything you need to know…

Stadium information

Ground | Kenilworth Road

Capacity | 11,500

Address | Maple Road East, Luton, LU4 8AW

Allocation | 1,091

Ticket information

Tickets for this fixture are sold out.

Supporters who need to collect their ticket or require a reprint, should get in touch with Wolves’ ticket office prior to matchday.

Travel information

For supporters heading to Kenilworth Road, the nearest train station is Luton Station, Station Road, Luton, LU1 2LT. From the station, the ground is a 15 to 20-minute walk.

If travelling by car, supporters should exit the M1 at Junction 11, proceed along A505 dual carriageway. After one mile, take the second exit at the roundabout, then straight across two sets of traffic lights and down the hill. Follow signs to the Town Centre / Station. Street parking near the ground is extremely limited. Please note, Oak Road is closed to traffic on matchdays.

Street parking next to the ground is extremely limited and certain roads are closed on matchdays. Fans are recommend to use either Powercourt Parking or Bute Street Shoppers car park in St Mary’s Road. It’s then a five-minute walk to the Luton Bus Interchange (opposite the main train station) – from there supporters can take the Luton-Dunstable busway service (service F70 & others). The first stop on the busway is Clifton Road which is only 150 yds from the Oak Road away supporters stand.

There are also several independent car parks in the area surrounding Kenilworth Road. Wolves supporters are urged to use Just Park to find the best parking spots within walking distance to the stadium.

Click here to view and book the best parking around the Kenny.

Stadium information

Wolves supporters will be based in the Oak Road Stand, and a small section of the Bobbers Stand.

The away turnstiles at Kenilworth Road will open one and a half hours before kick-off, at around 1.30pm.

There are two ‘away friendly’ bars in the area around Kenilworth Road. Both the Beech Hill Conservative Club and Hightown Club will allow visiting supporters.

The Luton Town matchday programme is available for £4 and is available at the club shop and around the stadium.

Security information

Supporters can bring a small bag into Kenilworth Road (this excludes any rucksacks or larger bags).

All bags will be subject to a full search at the turnstiles.

Access information

Luton Town have a limited number of wheelchair spaces located at the Kenilworth Road end of the ground. In addition, there are a small number of parking spaces available at Beech Hill School, which they will allocate on a first come, first served basis. We would encourage those supporters interested in a car parking space to contact Luton as soon as possible on 01582 411622.

Ambulant disabled supporters and wheelchair users will need to access the stadium via Gate 9 (in Maple Road West). The usual Away supporters' entrances (e.g. Gate 7) are situated half-way along Oak Road. Gate 9 is up the slope to the top of Oak Road, then left into Maple Road West and then some 25 yards further on the left.

The Luton Town Supporters Trust have also generously provided a number of headsets, so visually impaired can enjoy match commentary. Please contact the Luton Town Disabled Supporters Association for further details.

Information is also available via their Disabled Supporters’ Association, who can be contacted at or alternatively, you can contact the club at

Wolves matchday staff will be available at Kenilworth Road and will be located across the visiting supporters’ area of the ground.

Further accessible information can be found here.

Click here for detailed supporter information for the visit to Luton.

The support from Wolves fans at away stadiums is greatly appreciated by everyone at the club. Supporters travelling to away fixtures are asked to ensure they continue to represent the club in a positive manner. Unacceptable behaviour, both at Molineux and on our travels, will be dealt with in line with our acceptable behaviour policy which can be viewed here.