Our Impressions of Champion Hill Stadium
The ground is very new, which is the first thing which strikes you. However, apart from the very impressive main stand the ground is relatively unremarkable. Both goals are open, which can reduce the atmosphere (although not on my visit!), and the other side is open apart from a small covered terrace which just straddles the half way line. Dulwich have one of the larger fan bases in the league and the people here are generally very friendly.
The programme, at £1-30 (season 2002-03) was very good value for money. Generally a good day out.
Directions to Champion Hill Stadium
From Elephant & Castle go down Walworth Road, through Camberwell's one-way system and along Denmark Hill. Turn left by the railway into Champion Park and then right at the end down Grave Lane to the ground in Dog Kennel Hill; Come up through Streatham on the A23, turn left at The Grove into Lordship Lane and carry on to East Dulwich.
Denmark Hill is also nearby and is served by trains from Victoria and Blackfriars. From the station, walk up to the main road, and then turn left up Grove Road. Follow the road around, up the hill and then down again. The ground is very easy to find, being located near a Sainsburys superstore, so just look out for the company logos. Take the turn off to Sainsburys and walk along to the ground. The walk should only take 10-15 minutes, although it could be slightly longer on the way back as you have to walk uphill!