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Experience the electric atmosphere at Kenilworth Road as the Hatters take on the giants of English football in thrilling encounters. Join fellow fans in cheering on the team's journey from the lower divisions to the grandest stage of them all. Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to be a part of Luton Town's Premier League adventure. Grab your tickets now and prepare for a season of unforgettable moments and unforgettable football, like watching Carlton Morris score three times in the Premier League for Luton in the first few months of the 2023/24 season (according to Premier League goal statistics).

Luton Town

  1. Apr
    27
    2024
    English Premier League

    Wolverhampton Wanderers v Luton Town

    15:00 - Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

  2. May
    11
    2024
    English Premier League

    West Ham United v Luton Town

    15:00 - Olympic Stadium London, London, United Kingdom

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Stadium information

Name:

Kenilworth Road

Capacity:

10,356

Address:

1 Maple Rd E, Luton LU4 8AW, UK

Description:

Kenilworth Road has a rich history and is one of the oldest stadiums in England. It was opened in 1905 and has undergone several renovations and expansions since then. The stadium currently has a capacity of approximately 10,356 spectators. The stadium is known for its distinctive Main Stand, which dates back to 1920. This stand has a covered seating area and can accommodate around 6,000 spectators. The other stands in the stadium are the Bobbers Stand, Oak Road End, and Kenilworth Road End.

Best way to travel to Kenilworth Road

To travel to Kenilworth Road, the home stadium of Luton Town Football Club, there are several transportation options available:

By Bus

Luton has a comprehensive bus network, and there are several bus routes that serve Kenilworth Road. You can check the local bus timetables and routes to find the most convenient option for your journey. Buses typically stop near the stadium or in close proximity, making it easily accessible.

By train

Luton has excellent rail connections, and the stadium is within walking distance of Luton Railway Station. From London, you can catch a direct train to Luton, which takes approximately 30-40 minutes. Once you arrive at the station, simply follow the signage or ask for directions to Kenilworth Road.

By car

If you're traveling by car, the stadium is situated in Luton, Bedfordshire, just off junction 10 of the M1 motorway. There is limited parking available at the stadium, so it's advisable to arrive early or consider using alternative parking facilities in the nearby area.

By air

If you're traveling from further afield, Luton Airport is the nearest airport to the stadium. It is located approximately 3 miles away, and you can take a taxi or use public transport to reach Kenilworth Road from the airport.

Club information

Current Manager:

Rob Edwards

Current Captain:

Tom Lockyer

League Position Last Year:

3rd (Championship)

Other information

Luton Town FC was founded in 1885 and has a long-standing history. The club has experienced various successes and challenges throughout the years, including promotions, relegations, and cup runs.

Luton Town 2023 summer transfers

After sealing promotion via the Championship play-off Luton Town will be active on the transfer market. In an attempt to avoid relegation, they will add some quality players to their squad. In this part we name all incoming and outgoing transfers for Luton Town.

Main outgoing transfers

  • Sonny Bradley to Derby
  • Harry Isted to Charlton
  • Main incoming transfers

    • Tahith Chong from Birmingham
    • Mads Andersen from Barnsley
    • Chiedozie Ogbene from Rotherham
    • Marvelous Nakamba from Aston Villa
    • Issa Kabore from Manchester City
    • Ryan Giles from Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Luton Town Honours & Trophies

    Luton Town spend a lot of time in the lower leagues of English football. In this section we share the honours and trophies they have won this their existence.

    Championship wins:

    1 (1981-82)

    League one wins:

    3 (latest:2018-19)

    Leagur two wins:

    1 (1967-68)

    EFL Trophy wins:

    1 (2008-09)

    Rivalries

    Main Rivals

    Watford

    The rivalry between Luton Town and Watford is known as the M1 Derby. Both clubs are located near the M1 motorway, which connects Luton and Watford. The rivalry dates back decades and is fueled by the proximity of the two towns. Matches between Luton and Watford are fiercely contested, with passionate fans creating an intense atmosphere. Due to differences in league positions in recent years, the two teams have not met frequently, but whenever they do, it reignites the fierce rivalry.

    Minor Rivalries

    Milton Keynes Dons

    Luton Town also shares a significant rivalry with Milton Keynes Dons (MK Dons). This rivalry stems from the controversial relocation of Wimbledon FC to Milton Keynes in 2003, which eventually led to the establishment of MK Dons. Luton fans, along with supporters of other clubs, hold strong objections to the move and the subsequent rebranding of the club. Matches between Luton and MK Dons are emotionally charged, often attracting larger crowds and heightened tension.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Luton Town tickets

    How to get Luton Town away tickets?

    Luton Town away tickets are a bit harder to find than tickets for the home matches. This is due to the fact that there isn't loads of space in away ends in every Premier League stadium. We managed to get our hands on Luton Town football tickets for almost every Premier League match. Select the away match you want to attend and then look at the ticket inventory. All our away match tickets are labelled. The most used labels for the Luton's away matches are: Luton Town section, Away section, Luton Town fans section and away end. When the section label isn't similar to these labels, the tickets are for the home team.

    Where to buy Luton Town tickets online?

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