The New Den - Millwall FC ground guide How Easy Was The Ground to Get To (from the station, by car, etc) Another cycling job for me, which took about 45 minutes. The ground is a bit confusing to find if you come from central London that way but I eventually found it and the Lions in the Community Centre next to the Barry Kitchener stand very helpfully has a few bike racks. Car parking really is not an option at this ground as I could only see very limited street parking nearby. Really, you'd be foolish not to take the train from London Bridge to South Bermondsey station. From there, there is a special walkway which gets you right to the ground in a matter of minutes. If Applicable, How is Parking Near The Ground? Very very limited street parking form what I saw. Based on Where You Were Sat, How Was the View? Unless you have a very large away following of more than 2000, you'll be housed in the upper tier of the away stand behind one of the goals. The ground is modern, being only 22 years old, so all of the stands are cantilever in design and the seating rake is nice and steep no you will have an unimpeded view of the action. The only niggle was that you had to queue up for the ticket office to get a ticket which would get you through the turnstile. As a result a big queue built up for people waiting to pay and quite a lot of fans missed kick-off. If you are able to buy your ticket for a Milwall match online, do so! If You Ate at The Ground, How Would You Rate the Food? Not applicable although the choice did look quite good. How Was The Atmosphere At The Ground, From Both Sets of Supporters? Does the Stadium Hold the Noise? A league cup tie so it was a bit low-key. The Dockers stand wasn't open and the other two home stands were sparsely populated so the Lions roar was muted. I think we were pretty loud for the 500-odd we brought but we did end up having more to cheer than the home fans did. How Are the Pubs and Local Attractions in The Local Area? Pubs around the ground are non-existent. You're better off either having a drink in London Bridge or around New Cross, where I know there are some decent pubs. A bit further afield is Deptford, which is always an interesting place to visit. If it's a warm sunny day, Southwark Park is nice to visit. Overall Score Out of 10? 9/10. I had a pleasant time at the New Den but then we don't have any sort of rivalry with Milwall!