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Travel to our FA Cup tie at Dulwich

Greensnet Editor
Tue 13 Sep 2016, 00:00

Our next FA Cup tie at Dulwich Hamlet is just over a week away, and we would be delighted to see as many supporters there as possible.

There are several public transport options for getting to Champion Hill, with East Dulwich station just round the corner from the ground, and Denmark Hill station about 10 minutes walk away (although the walk back is up a very steep hill!), and several bus routes from Central London passing the ground.

If you're travelling in a group by train, discounted fares are available if you are travelling between National Rail stations, and the Supporters Association have researched some of the fares.

From Mill Hill Broadway, the return fare using Oyster or Contactless is £5.60.

From Hendon or Cricklewood, the return fare using Oyster or contactless is £5.00. Alternatively for a group of 3 the groupsave price is £14.40, and for a group of 4 the groupsave price is £19.20.

From West Hampstead, the return fare using Oyster or contactless is £4.40.

From Watford, the return fare is £13.00 with Oyster or contactless, £28.65 for a groupsave of 3, and £38.20 for a groupsave of 4.

From Bushey, the prices are £10.60 Oyster/Contactless return, £25.50 GroupSave 3 and £34.00 GroupSave 4.

From Harrow & Wealdstone, the prices are £7.50 on a day return ticket, £14.85 GroupSave 3 and £19.80 GroupSave 4

From Wembley Central its £6.20 on a day return ticket, £12.30 for GroupSave 3 and £16.40 for GroupSave 4.

It would be fantastic to see as many of you as possible at Champion Hill a week on Saturday.