Supporters travelling to Fulham's away game at West Ham United on Saturday (12.45pm) should take note of the following important travel advice, which is likely to affect road and rail users.
There will be extended parking restrictions across the whole of Newham on Saturday because of the Paralympics. These will apply from 8am to 9pm, during which time you will need a permit to park. Only Newham residents can apply for these permits.
Supporters are, therefore, strongly advised to use public transport or take advantage of the Club’s official coaches.
The Paralympic Games also mean the tube network will be much busier than usual so fans are advised to leave more time to travel to the game.
The busiest lines are likely to be the Central and Jubilee Lines, so these should be avoided and instead use District/Hammersmith & City line services where possible.
For more information about using public transport during the Paralympic Games, head to http://www.getaheadofthegames.com/.
Seats for the fixture at Upton Park are available to purchase in person from the Ticket Office up until 5pm on Friday.
Places are priced from £39 Adults and £1 for Under-16s. Click here for more information.
Coaches depart from Motspur Park at 9.30am and from Craven Cottage at 10am.
Travel prices are: Season Ticket Holders/Members - Adults £12; Juniors £7. Non Season Ticket Holders/Members – Adults £17; Juniors £10.