The Hurlingham Club in London is hosting the Europe FinTech Awards on 22 June 2023
The Europe FinTech Awards ceremony is a black-tie event that includes a welcome reception, three-course meal and the awards ceremony.
The Hurlingham Club is a green oasis of tradition and international renown bordering the River Thames in Fulham set in 42 acres of magnificent grounds.
Since its opening in 1869, The Hurlingham Club’s croquet and tennis lawns, botanical gardens and stately Georgian Clubhouse—regarded as the birthplace of polo—have made it a sought-after destination for exclusive sporting and social activities.
The Hurlingham Club, Ranelagh Gardens, London, SW6 3PR
The main gate on Ranelagh Gardens and the back gate on Broomhouse Lane provide pedestrian access to the club.
Connected by the District Line to the West End and the City, the club is 0.3 miles from Putney Bridge Tube Station, at the eastern end of Ranelagh Gardens. Turn left out of the station and left again under the bridge. The club is straight ahead.
The Hurlingham Club is 1.1 miles from Putney Rail Station and the club can be reached by walking over Putney Bridge, or taking a bus. Bus routes from the station that stop near the club are 39, 85, 93, 14 and 430.
The Hurlingham Club is situated at the east end of Ranelagh Gardens, at the southern end of Napier Avenue. Sat Nav users should key in ‘Napier Avenue’ due to the restricted access under the bridge by Putney Bridge Tube Station. Guest parking is limited and incurs a charge of £20.
The Hurlingham Club is committed to ensuring that its grounds are welcoming and equally accessible to everyone. There are several entrances around the club that cater for those using wheelchairs or with limited mobility.