Getting to Kenilworth Road
Familiarise yourself with the ground, how to find us, getting here by public transport and where to park.
Familiarise yourself with the ground, how to find us, getting here by public transport and where to park.
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.
Supporters who travel into Luton town centre for our home matches will be able to take advantage of the following special matchday rates at the Power Court car park:
‘Midweek fixtures’ are classified as those occurring on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings. Parking at Power Court A only is FREE for Luton Town supporters provided that the appropriate permit is displayed in their windscreen.
‘Weekend fixtures’ are classified as those occurring on Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays. Parking at Power Court A only is £1.40 for Luton Town supporters provided that the appropriate permit is displayed in their windscreen.
A link to download your permit will appear on the confirmation screen after submitting the form.
Download your permit
It’s easy to get your parking permit, simply follow these instructions.
There are a number of other parking options in and around the Town Centre, see the map below for some other options. Links to Google maps are also posted below to help you find your way.
Other public car parks - in order of proximity
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.
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.
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.
There are 5 stands at Kenilworth Road:
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.
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.
Notice: Entry to the Ground is expressly subject to acceptance by the visitor of these Ground Regulations and the rules and regulations of FIFA, UEFA, The Football Association, the Premier League and The English Football League (EFL) in respect of the relevant competition and the terms of the Supporter Code of Conduct (if any). The Ground Regulations incorporate the Club's Customer Charter (if any). Entry to the Ground shall constitute acceptance of the Ground Regulations.
"Club" means this football club.
"Ground" means this football stadium and all locations owned, occupied or utilised by the Club.
"Match" means any association football match (or any part or aspect of such a match) taking place at the Ground.
"Material" means any audio, visual and/or audio-visual material and/or any information or data.
“Supporter Code of Conduct” means the code of conduct to be adhered to by all those attending the Ground which can be found on – or accessed via – the Club’s website or can be provided upon written request to the Club.
1.1 that fails (or in the Club's reasonable opinion is likely to fail) to comply with these Ground Regulations and/or the Supporter Code of Conduct and/or any reasonable instruction issued by a police officer or authorised steward or officer of the Club; and/or
1.2 whose presence within the Ground is, or could (in the Club's reasonable opinion), constitute a source of danger, nuisance or annoyance to any other person.
2 On no account will admission be granted to a person:
2.1 who is the subject of a current Banning Order under the Football Spectators Act 1989 (as amended or
2.2 who has been convicted of ticket touting offences under section 166 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 (as amended).
3 The Club excludes to the maximum extent permitted by law any liability for loss, injury or damage to persons/property in or around the Ground.
4 No guarantees can be given by the Club that a Match will take place at a particular time or on a particular date and the Club reserves the right to reschedule the Match without notice and without any liability whatsoever, save only to the extent provided pursuant to paragraph 5.
5 In the event of the postponement or abandonment of the Match, refunds (if any) will be made in accordance with the Club's Customer Charter. The Club will have no further liability whatsoever, including (but not limited to) any indirect or consequential loss or damage, such as (but not limited to) loss of enjoyment or travel costs.
6 All persons seeking entrance to the Ground acknowledge the Club's right to search any person entering the Ground and to refuse entry to or eject from the Ground any person refusing to submit to such a search.
7 The following articles must not be brought within the Ground - knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the Ground.
8 Further, you may not bring into the Ground:
8.1 any sponsorship, promotional or marketing materials save in respect of official club merchandise and/or other football related clothing worn in good faith;
8.2 any flags or banners larger than those maximum dimensions permitted by the Club from time to time (or, in the absence of such stipulations, 2 metres x 1 metre) and/or of an offensive nature;
8.3 nor may you offer (either free or for sale by any person) any goods (including literature) of any nature, without the express written approval of the Club's management.
9 The use of threatening behaviour, foul or abusive language is strictly forbidden and will result in arrest and/or ejection from the Ground. The Club may impose a ban for one or more Matches.
10 Racial, homophobic or discriminatory abuse, chanting or harassment is strictly forbidden and will result in arrest and/or ejection from the Ground. The Club may impose a ban for one or more Matches.
11 The following acts are offences under the Football (Offences) Act 1991 (as amended):
11.1 The throwing of any object within the Ground without lawful authority or excuse.
11.2 The chanting of anything of an indecent or racialist nature.
11.3 The entry onto the playing area or any adjacent area to which spectators are not generally admitted without lawful authority or excuse. Conviction may result in a Banning Order being made.
12 All persons entering the Ground may only occupy the seat allocated to them by their ticket and must not move from any one part of the Ground to another without the express permission or instruction of any steward, officer of the Club and/or any police officer.
13 Nobody may stand in any seating area whilst play is in progress. Persistent standing in seated areas whilst play is in progress is strictly forbidden and may result in ejection from the Ground.
14 The obstruction of gangways, access ways, exits and entrances, stairways and like places is strictly forbidden. Nobody entering the Ground shall be permitted to climb any structures within the Ground.
15 EFL stadia are smoke-free and smoking or the use of electronic cigarettes is not permitted inside the Ground.
16 Mobile telephones and other mobile devices are permitted within the Ground PROVIDED THAT (i) they are used for personal and private use only (which, for the avoidance of doubt and by way of example only, shall not include the capturing, logging, recording, transmitting, playing, issuing, showing, or any other communication of any Material for any commercial purposes); and (ii) no Material that is captured, logged, recorded, transmitted, played, issued, shown or otherwise communicated by a mobile telephone or other mobile device may be published or otherwise made available to any third parties including, without limitation, via social networking sites.
17 Under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985 (as amended), the following are offences for which a person can be arrested by a police officer and conviction could result in a Banning Order being made:
17.1 Attempting to enter the Ground or being inside the Ground whilst drunk;
17.2 Being in possession of any intoxicating liquor, or bottle, can or other portable container and which could cause damage or personal injury, when entering the Ground or in a public area of the Ground from which the event can be directly viewed.
18 Any individual who has entered any part of the Ground designated for the use of any group of supporters to which he does not belong may be ejected from the Ground either for the purposes of his own safety or for any other reason.
19 Save as set out in paragraph 16 above, no person (other than a person who holds an appropriate licence) may capture, log, record, transmit, play, issue, show or otherwise communicate (by digital or other means) any Material in relation to the Match, any players or other persons present in the Ground and/or the Ground, nor may they bring into the Ground or use within the Ground (or provide to, facilitate or otherwise assist another person to use within the Ground) any equipment or technology which is capable of capturing, logging, recording, transmitting, playing, issuing, showing or otherwise communicating (by digital or other means) any such Material.
20 The copyright, database rights and any other intellectual property rights in and to all Material that you produce at the Ground in relation to the Match, any players or other persons present in the Ground and/or the Ground (whether produced in breach of paragraph 19 above, or pursuant to paragraph 16 above, or otherwise) is hereby assigned (including by way of present assignment of future copyright pursuant to section 91 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988) to the Club and the EFL. You further agree (if and whenever required to do so by the Club and/or the EFL ) to promptly execute all instruments and do all things necessary to vest the right, title and interest in such rights to the Club and the EFL absolutely and with full title guarantee.
21 No goods (including literature) of any nature may be offered either free or for sale by any person within the Ground without the express written permission of the Club.
22 Tickets are not transferable and may not be offered for sale without the prior written permission of the Club or otherwise in accordance with the relevant ticket terms and conditions. Any tickets that are transferred are transferred subject to these Ground Regulations. Any tickets offered for sale may be confiscated by any steward, officer of the Club or any police officer. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to or eject from the Ground, and/or exclude any person who has offered for sale or transferred his/her ticket in contravention of the relevant ticket terms and conditions (and/or the holder of any ticket that has been transferred in contravention of the relevant ticket terms and conditions). Tickets remain the property of the Club at all times.
23 CCTV cameras are in use around and in the Ground. Body worn video cameras recording video and/or audio may also be used as appropriate, to record images or audio which identifies you as an individual, for example to record prohibited behaviours as referenced in paragraphs 9 and 10. The Club may itself use or pass to the police or any Football Authority or other clubs, any recordings for use in any proceedings.
24 At all times whilst present in the Ground, persons must comply with any and all instructions of any steward or officer of the Club and/or any police officer (including without limitation any instructions regarding health and safety such as those in respect of communicable diseases (and such persons shall comply with any government guidelines in respect of the same). Failure to comply with any instruction may lead to immediate ejection from the Ground.
26 All ticket holders agree that the Matches for which the tickets have been purchased are public, and that their appearance and actions inside and in the perimeter of the Ground where a Match occurs are public in nature, and that they shall have no expectation of privacy with regard to their actions or conduct at Matches.
27 Further to paragraph 25, if such person is under 18 years of age, the parent, guardian, or responsible adult who is accompanying them into the Ground shall be deemed to have provided consent on their behalf.
28 Before entering the Ground you may be asked to undertake temperature checks and/or any other testing regarded as prudent in order to safeguard against COVID-19 risk. Please read the Data Protection Notice on the Club’s website relating to this use of your personal information.
29 Refused entry to (or ejection from) the Ground may lead to further action by the Club including, but not limited to, the withdrawal of any season ticket (without reimbursement), Club Membership and other benefits. Please read the applicable Terms & Conditions of Entry.
Published by The EFL. Season 2021/2022