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Getting to Kenilworth Road

Familiarise yourself with the ground, how to find us, getting here by public transport and where to park.

Kenilworth Road - home of the Hatters since 1905

The Kenilworth Stadium, Kenilworth Road or The Kenny as it is affectionately known has been the home of Luton Town Football Club since 1905. Although there have been many changes and additions to the ground in that time, Kenilworth Road has lost none of its original charm. The stadium is situated just outside the town centre in the Bury Park district of Luton.

Capacity
The official seated capacity at Kenilworth Road is 10,073. Prior to the stadium becoming an all seater stadium in 1986, the ground was capable of holding in excess of 20,000 fans. The highest recorded attendance was 30,069 in the 1959 sixth round FA Cup replay against Blackpool.

Stands
There are 5 stands at Kenilworth Road:

  • Kenilworth Stand
  • Main Stand
  • David Preece Stand
  • Oak Road
  • Executive Boxes (formerly the Bobbers Stand)

Families
Formerly, the David Preece stand was the allocated seating area for families, but since the 2015-16 season we recommend that families purchase tickets in the lower Kenilworth Road stand. If you're new to the ground, we recommend having a chat with the ticket office team - who'll be happy to help you find a seat that suits you.

Singing / Atmosphere
Kenilworth Road is famous throughout the country as an exciting and boisterous ground. Although there aren't designated 'singing sections' we'd recommend Blocks F and G of the main stand, or seats in the Oak Road end, where you're guaranteed plenty of atmosphere and noise.

Ticket Office and Shop
The ticket office and Club shop are situated at the Kenilworth Road end of the ground, directly in front of the stadium.

Supporters arriving at the other end of the ground (Maple Road / Dallow Road / Luton-Dunstable Busway) who need to collect tickets from the ticket office should walk down Oak Road, then along Beech Path to the Kenilworth Road end. This walk should take about 5 minutes.

Your ticket will tell you which entrance to the ground you should use, please ensure that you allow enough time to find your seat ahead of kick off.

Plan of Kenilworth Road Stadium

On matchdays, the Community Trust Office on the corner of Oak Road turns into a matchday store, stocking a great selection of gifts, souvenirs, replica shirts, hats, scarves and programmes.

Get to the ground early, relax and enjoy the build up!

Kenilworth Road is an old, and historic stadium and a home to the Hatters since 1905. As such, parking at the stadium is very limited indeed which means that unfortunately, car parking spaces are not available to the general public.

Get the Bus!

We would encourage supporters to consider public transport options to get to the ground wherever posisble. Season ticket holders can travel for child rate with Arriva buses on match days with an accompanying child travelling for just 50p each way. 

The ground sits within the Bury Park area of the town, just outside the town centre. There are several public car parks within a 10-20 minute walk from Kenilworth Road.

Alternatively, the ground is easily accessible using the Luton - Dunstable Busway, simply take a bus from Luton Station towards Dunstable and descend at the first stop for Clifton Road. From there it is a short, 2 minute walk to the Maple Road turnstiles, or a 3 - 4 minute walk to the Kenilworth Road end via Beech Path. You can see a plan of the stadium here.

Traffic in the Town is often rather busy on Saturdays so we would recommend that supporters leave plenty of time to arrive at the ground, allowing for time to park and a short walk to the ground.

PARK AT POWER COURT!

At the end of November 2017, 2020 Developments, in association with RCP Car Parks opened a new car park at Power Court in Luton. bringing another 500 much-needed spaces to the town centre. With excellent introductory offers available for parking at just 50p per hour we would highly recommend supporters to use the facility on matchdays, and throughout the week. Not only are the new car parking spaces superbly located in the town centre, moments from the train station, Luton-Dunstable busway and other shopping facilities, but all proceeds from parking at Power Court will go towards the further development of the site. Find out more here.

Other public car parks - in order of proximity