Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination served by Wembley Park, Wembley Central and Wembley Stadium stations, all of which are all a short walk from the Stadium.
To see a map of the Stadium in relation to the transport links please click here, or download from the bottom of this page.
Please arrive early — allow plenty of time to approach the ground and beat the pre-kick off rush. You’ll also need to prepare for extra security checks when entering the Stadium, so try not to bring any large bags as this may cause further delays.
A key message to our supporters is to arrive at Wembley Stadium as soon as possible. Remember, the Stadium opens two hours before kick-off and we would recommend all fans leave plenty of time to arrive as it will be extremely busy around the venue. To help you get to the Stadium, refer to the travel information shown opposite including details on rail and Overground stations serving Wembley, travelling by car and Park & Ride.
We would recommend that all supporters attending the match should read more here about information about travelling to Wembley Stadium, or download the Wembley Stadium Mobile App which provides a dedicated journey planner and live travel information.
Wembley Park station will be busy pre- and post-match, so please consider using Wembley Stadium and Wembley Central stations for your journey. Chiltern Railways serves Wembley Stadium station from London Marylebone station. This is just a five minute walk from Baker Street station with a journey time to Wembley Stadium of 13 minutes, and provides an alternative option for supporters travelling from Central London.
Wembley Park station
Wembley Park Underground station is served by both the Metropolitan and Jubilee lines. On arrival at Wembley Park, stairs from the ticketing hall will guide you down onto Olympic Way from where the Stadium will be clearly visible. A 10 minute walk will bring you to the front of the Stadium. For further details or to plan your journey click here.
Wembley Central station
This station has both Underground and Overground services. It is served by the Bakerloo Underground line, London Overground and National Rail services, and connects to stations including Euston, Watford Junction and Willesden Junction. For further details or to plan your journey click here.
Wembley Stadium station
Wembley Stadium station is on the Chiltern train line. This line services the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. London trains on this line depart from Marylebone station. On arrival at the station the Stadium will be clearly visible. Lifts or stairs will take you from the platforms up onto street level. For further details or to plan your journey click here.
Arriving by Car
We recommend using public transport to and from Wembley Stadium however if you wish to drive please note that no parking is available at the Stadium or in the surrounding streets.
Brent Council operates a Wembley Stadium Event Day Protective Parking Scheme in all roads within an approximate 1.5 mile radius of the Stadium. Operational on major event days only, the scheme is designed to minimise disruption and protect local residents and businesses from illegal parking from visitors to the Stadium. This means any visitors driving to events at Wembley Stadium will NOT be able to park in the surrounding streets. Brent Council has made it clear that illegally parked vehicles will be issued with large parking fines and will also be towed away. In addition, Metropolitan Police may have security measures on approach roads on major event days which may also hinder a journey by car.
Car Park bookings
The car parking at Wembley Stadium is operated by Wembley Park. For further information and to book a space on match by match basis please click here.
The ability to accommodate our disabled supporters is greater at Wembley Stadium. We provide access services and access facilities for supporters in accessible areas. Our Access Team can assist fans in all access ticketing and access requirement enquiries and requests. On matchdays we have a dedicated access stewarding team to assist and ensure that your visit is a great experience. For all disabled access enquiries contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8365 5161/020 8365 5360. for further details on access requirements and ticketing please click here.
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