Fulham Football Club’s home ground is named after the old cottage that was built in 1905 when the original architect forgot to include changing rooms in his plans, and is still in use as a pavilion today.

It adds a hint of old-world charm to the 26,678-capacity stadium, which is one of the smaller grounds by Premier League standards.

While that means it’s not easy to get tickets, spectators are only a few metres from the action, making the Cottage an exhilarating place to watch football.

The faithful are on their feet for the entire match and it’s impossible not to gain a greater appreciation of the players’ skills.

Depending on the fixture, tickets can be as cheap as £25, which is well worth it for a close-up look at Premier League football.

» Stevenage Rd, SW6 6EA Putney Bridge (fulhamfc.com). Ticket prices vary.

Great for: Football lovers