A day out at Craven Cottage is seen as many away fans as one of the must-do trips in the Championship, with the away end usually full for most clubs.
As such, fans will form an opinion of Fulham's ground pretty quickly and will compare it to others they've been to - especially in London with Loftus Road, Griffin Park and The Den all popular day trips.
We've had a look at what the travelling fans really think of the Cottage thanks to the footballgroundguide.com footballgroundguide.com , which is a must-read for visiting fans planning their days out across the country.
It rates everything from the journey, the food on offer, right through the game itself.
Here's what they had to say about the Cottage.
A visiting Cardiff fan, September 2017
"It looks like an old ground with some unique features. In the corner near the away end is 'the cottage' that looks like a house.
"I've never seen anything like it. Also in the other corner there's a hospitality box for home fans with a balcony that overlooks the away end. Some Fulham fans spent some time waving to the Cardiff fans!
"It was a great game to watch. Exciting stuff. Craven Cottage is a nice ground with a big away end. Cardiff had over 3,000 fans in attendance, so the atmosphere was fantastic."
A visiting Bristol Rovers, August 2017
"What a lovely ground. I loved it. The away stand is not too steep and there were no pillars in our way. We had over 1,000 supporters but there was plenty of room to sit or stand.
"It was very comfortable and most of the Gasheads stood."
A visiting Sheffield Wednesday fan, August 2017
"Craven Cottage is one of the very last 'traditional' grounds that gives you the 'old school' feel about football.
"In the Championship League we're now used to visiting these wonderful new stadiums but often lose the 'old school' vibe.
"Enjoyed the day. If you've never been to Craven Cottage then get in now before the club erect some ghastly and too familiar 'modern' stadium. The ground has character and oozes tradition!"
A visiting Wolves fan, March 2017
"Whilst Craven Cottage looks old fashioned against modern stadiums it has a real charm about it - although the exterior of the Main Stand on Stevenage Road looks more like block of apartments rather than a football stadium.
"A really good day out - what can be better than to be able to walk to the ground through a park alongside a major river (helps when you win though!)."
A visiting Leeds fan, March 2017
"We particularly liked the exterior of the old Johnny Haynes Stand which looked more like a Victorian factory facade rather part of a football ground.
"As for the Putney End which housed the away fans and neutrals. then it was unusual in as much as it didn't have a concourse.
"Normally the drinks/food outlets are inside a stand but here you are outside at the back and then the steps take you straight through to the seating area. The lack of indoors means it could be pretty cold watching your team in the depths of winter.
"The view was fine although a couple of pillars mean the view could be restricted at the back of the stand. The old style ground means the other stands do have some character to them."
A visiting neutral fan, January 2017
"We sat in the Riverside Stand in one of the end blocks so we weren't affected by pillars and had very good view of the game.
"Apart from the seating at both ends the ground did very much seem a throwback to pre-Premier League days."