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Getting to Kenilworth Road

Advice for away supporters travelling to Luton

Luton is one of the best connected towns in the UK, with excellent road, rail, bus and airport faciliites. If you're making your own way to the ground for a matchday, here's some advice for the best routes to take.

The ground address is Kenilworth Road Stadium, 1 Maple Road, Luton LU4 8AW, but please note the Away Supporters end is in Oak Road.

The nearest station is Luton station (in Station Road, Luton LU1 2LT) on the Midland line, operated by ThamesLink.
From the station, the ground is a 15-20 minute walk. We recommend you take advantage of the free buses to / from the ground that the Police are offering (from 2015) for away fans.

Alternatively, from the Bus Interchange opposite the station, take the “Luton - Dunstable Busway” which stops outside the ground (close to Oak Road stadium entrances). Busway routes A,B,C or F70 to the Clifton Road stop.

(There are also local stations at Leagrave, and the Luton Airport Parkway with connecting bus routes)

Exit the M1 at Junction 11, proceed along A505 dual carriageway. After 1 mile, take 2nd exit at roundabout, then straight across 2 sets of traffic lights and down the hill. Follow signs to the Town Centre / Station.

Street parking near the ground is very limited. We recommend you park at or near the main train station (as above). Other car parking options are available below.

NB. Oak Road itself is closed to traffic on matchdays apart from licensed away supporter coaches.

London- Luton airport is 2 miles from Junction 10A of the M1, and some 2 miles from the Town centre. There are regular bus services, and taxi services from outside the airport terminal.



A website with comprehensive details of local travel facilities is

Alternatively, specific contacts are:

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.


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 £1.20 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.

  1. Click this link, and complete the short form which includes your car’s number plate.
  2. Submit the form and click the link to download your permit which appears on the confirmation screen.
  3. Print the permit off and display it clearly on your dashboard when parking on a match day.
  4. If you are parking on a Saturday afternoon, purchase a ticket for £1.20 from one of the machines and display it with your permit.


Alternative Parking options

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

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.