7 July 2023

On the road: Dulwich Hamlet (A) – Tues 11th July

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On the road: Dulwich Hamlet (A) – Tues 11th July

The Ravens kick-start their pre-season campaign with a trip to Dulwich Hamlet on Tuesday 11th July, 7.45pm kick-off at Champion Hill in the Glyn Beverly Memorial Cup. Tickets are on sale by clicking here.

Tickets are on sale at the following prices (including processing fee) and supporters are advised to purchase in advance:

Ticket typePrice
Adults (aged 20-64 and not in full-time education)£12.80
Concession (students with valid ID, aged 65 and over, NHS workers, Unemployed, DLA Recipients, Local Authority Workers, Emergency Services, Armed Forces)£5.40
Under 13s (must be accompanied by an adult)£0

How To Get There (As Provided By Dulwich Hamlet)

By car: Simply type in the postcode ‘SE22 8BD’ into your SatNav device. They have some limited car parking at the ground, and there is some on-street parking in the locality, within a five minute radius, but please check for any local parking restrictions.

You can also pay for parking at Sainsbury’s via this website Horizon Spaces.

By train: The nearest stations are East Dulwich, which is a five minute walk; or Denmark Hill; which is a ten minute stroll, or a short bus ride.

From East Dulwich station: Turn left, past the pizza shop and then Morley’s. Go through the park at the bottom of the hill and you will see the ground. For midweek games, when the gates are closed, walk halfway up the hill and turn left at the lights.

From Denmark Hill station: Turn left, this is Champion Park. You will see a bus stop opposite the Salvation Army Training College. Any bus from here passes the ground, three stops away. Or walk past the bus stop, turn right and up the slight incline on the main road. Over the lights at the top of Dog Kennel Hill, and the ground will be on your right, halfway down the hill, turning into Edgar Kail Way.

You can check train times by looking at www.nationalrail.co.uk

From central London East Dulwich is served by trains from London Bridge; whilst Denmark Hill has services from London Victoria & London Blackfriars.

There are plenty of services from both stations after midweek matches.

By bus: Routes 40, 42, 484, 185, 176 & P13 all pass the ground, either stopping on Dog Kennel Hill, or turning into Edgar Kail Way, to Sainsbury’s. The 37 bus stops nearby, alight at Goose Green. And the 68 & 468 are also close to Denmark Hill, alight by the Fox on the Hill pub & then walk along Champion Hill, toward the ground.

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