Heading to Luton on Saturday afternoon? Here's what to expect from an away day at Kenilworth Road
The travelling Addicks will be situated behind the goal in one half of the Oak Road Stand. The entrance to the stand is just about one of the strangest you will find in the country with the impression given that you are entering a house rather than a football ground! Once entering, it’s a quick jaunt over someone’s back garden and into the stand itself. Leg room is tight and there are a number of supporting pillars which could restrict your view.
The usual suspects are on offer inside the grounds with burgers, hot dogs, pasties and sausage rolls available. Alternatively, there is a Sainsbury’s nearby, while the high street has a number of independent eateries.
There is a small bar located within the away end called the Luton Bobblers Bar. Alternatively, the Beech Hill Conservative Club on Leagrave Road welcomes away supporters, while there is a Wetherspoons in the town centre named the London Hatter.
The postcode is LU4 8AW. There is street parking available, albeit not in the immediate vicinity of the ground due to a residents-only parking scheme. You can park at the Beech Hill Conservative Club for £5, otherwise there is a large multi-storey car park at Luton station which will cost £2.70 to park for the day.
Luton station is around a 15/20-minute walk from the ground with trains being served from St Pancras International, Blackfriars and London Bridge.
Bedfordshire Police will be running a FREE bus service for Charlton fans between the station and Kenilworth Road. Officers will be a the station to assist and answer and questions supporters may have.
The Addicks will have over 1000 supporters backing them at Kenilworth Road and all away tickets for the match are SOLD OUT.