Hurlingham Park

Hurlingham Park in Fulham is one of the borough's flagship parks.

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Hurlingham Park is Green Flag Award accredited and is located off Broomhouse Lane in the south of the borough. It is particularly popular with sports enthusiasts.

The park's postcode is SW6 3DP and the map reference is 524970 E,175990 N.

The park is open by 7.30am and locked by dusk unless there are sports bookings on site.

Nearest tube and rail: Parsons Green (District) or Putney Bridge (District).

Buses: 14, 22, 424 and 220.

There is paid on-site parking. Pay and display parking is available in the surrounding areas.


The park area is 7.95 hectares.


  • sports pavilion with changing rooms and community room
  • play area for under 8-year-olds
  • play area for 8-year-olds and over
  • bowling pavilion and bowling green
  • dog excercise area
  • rose garden
  • car park.

There are long grass conservation areas with spring bulbs and wildlife hedging.

There are bird boxes together with dead wood log piles.

The tree canopy is well established with most trees at 80 to 130 years old, shrubs, herbaceous layer, bulbs and trees.

Bookable sports facilities

Football pitches

Grass football pitches are available from September to April.

There are two 5-a-side and one 11-a-side all weather football pitches.

Football pitch bookings


Hurlingham Park has 2 netball courts.

Netball court bookings


Hurlingham Park has 1 adult-size rugby pitch.

Rugby pitch bookings


Hurlingham Park has 3 adult tennis courts.

Tennis court bookings

Friends and community groups

There is a thriving friends group who are the main stakeholder for the park.


  • Read about the history of Hurlingham Park

    The area now occupied by the park once belonged to the Hurlingham Club, which was originally a pigeon shooting club. In 1874 the club expanded its sporting interest to include polo which soon became the club's speciality. The last polo match at the Hurlingham Club took place in 1937. In 1942, about 9 acres of the polo ground were leased to Fulham Borough Council as allotments.

    In 1951 this land, and the pony stables, were then brought by London County Council for use as a park. Hurlingham Park has undergone several changes since then. The stables on the eastern side became a bowling green, paddling pool and children's playground, while the polo ground became a sports' field with running track, cricket and football pitches and tennis courts.

    Read more about Hurlingham Park's history (Wikipedia)


At present there are no open consultations for Hurlingham Park.

Contact information

Contact the H&F Council parks team by email at or phone on 020 8748 3020.

Contact your Park Ambassador by email at

Report an incident for investigation to your local Law Enforcement Team (LET) by email at or phone on 020 8753 1100 (select option 3).


Link to Google Map of Hurlingham Park.

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