Wembley Stadium - Travel Arrangements

Wembley Stadium is a Public Transport destination. There are very limited parking facilities available at Wembley Stadium and you are advised to use Public Transport wherever possible.

Latest Travel News for 13th June 2009

Jubilee : No trains running - line closed between Stanmore and London Bridge due to planned engineering works.

Metropolitain : Trains running, but only between Rickmansworth and Baker Street due to planned engineering works.

London Journey Planner

Plan your journey across London on 13th June 2009.

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Using Charter Coaches

National Express Coaches

National Express Coaches are the Official Travel Provider for Wembley Stadium and Official Travel Partner to The FA.

National Express Coaches are providing charter group travel to Wembley Stadium for the Schools’ International at the new Wembley Stadium between England and France on 13 June 2009. Coaches should be pre-booked, and can pick up and drop off at locations of your choice. All National Express Coaches drop off immediately adjacent to Wembley Stadium and seat 49 people.*

Let National Express take care of all the booking and parking arrangements at Wembley Stadium and enjoy your day.

To book or for more information on your National Express Coach to Wembley Stadium visit: www.nationalexpress.com/eventsolutions

*Other group sizes can be accommodated in certain cases

Photgraph of Private Coaches lined up in a Coach Park

Private Coach Travel

If you are organising a coach trip to Wembley Stadium, the Coach Park is located directly adjacent to the stadium. Coach Companies and Operators must pre-book their coach spaces for Wembley Stadium by visiting www.csparking.com/stadium.

Spaces are available on a first come first serve basis and must be pre-ordered by 10th June 2009 (subject to availability).

Please note that access to the coach park on event days is limited to 3 hours before the scheduled start of the event and 60 minutes after the completion of the event. Access to the coach park will be from 12 noon for this event.

Using Public Transport

Rail / Tube Stations

Wembley Park Station entrance

Wembley Park Tube

Services : Frequent Jubilee & Metropolitan Tube services from East and Central London with links to all Network Rail connections.
See : Latest Travel News

Stadium : Approximately 600 metre walk (10 minutes) up a slight gradient. Follow the pedestrian route from the station under Empire Way and up the famous Olympic Way to the front of the Stadium.

Station Facilities


Photograph of a Chiltern Railways' service calling at Wembley Stadium Station under White Horse Bridge with Wembley Stadium in the background.

Wembley Stadium National Rail

Services : National Rail Chiltern Railways services between London Marylebone and the Midlands.
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Stadium : Distance approximately 330 metres (5 min walk). Station situated adjacent and to the rear of the Stadium.

Station Facilities


Photograph with Wembley Stadium in the distance as viewed from Wembley Central Station

Wembley Central National Rail Tube

Services : National Rail London Midland between London Euston and Northampton; and Bakerloo Tube services crossing central London with links to all Network Rail connections.
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Stadium : Distance approximately 1250 metres (20 minute walk), the furthest station away from the Stadium. There are no lifts at this station. Exit the station via the stairs to street level. Turn right at the exit and the Stadium route will be signposted and marshalled. Follow the road up to the main triangle junction. Using the pedestrian crossing, turn left at the junction and continue up towards White Horse Bridge and follow the pedestrian route around the Stadium.

Buses : Stop CM opposite Station on High Road for either :
182 towards Brent Cross Shopping Centre,
83 towards Golders Green,
92 towards Ikea Brent Park .
Allow 20 minutes journey time due to traffic congestion towards the Stadium.

Station Facilities


The following local London Bus routes pass the Stadium from neighbouring areas : 18, 83, 92, 182 and 224.

From Central London, take route 18, a frequent service from Euston National Rail station via Baker Street to one stop before Wembley Triangle & Clock (stop 'SJ' near Waverly Avenue). Journey time is around 1 hour. Buy a Off-Peak One Day Travelcard from any Tube station or certain newsagents, or buy a ticket from a roadside machine before boarding this service.

Please note on major event days London Buses in Brent will be running an event day timetable, which may differ from their normal timetable. For further details please visit : London Buses - www.tfl.gov.uk/buses.

National Rail Tickets

When booking Rail tickets, don't leave it to the last minute! Book early to avoid disappointment.

Many Train Operating Companies provide special offers for group travel. It is recommended that to you contact your local Train Operating Company in person to get the best offers available - rather than book your tickets online.

Check with your local Train Operating Company for the availability of Off-Peak One Day London Travelcard, a National Rail return ticket to London that gives you the freedom to roam London Buses, Tubes and Trains; within Transport for London Zones 1-6.

Smaller groups of 8 passengers or less (1-4 Adults and 1-4 children) can benefit from other offers such as GroupSave and National Railcards.

For full contact details and tickets available, visit the National Rail Train Operating Company list and click on the region/company name that covers your area : http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/tocs_maps/tocs/

For FREE educational resources about railways and safety issues, as well as ‘rainy day” activities visit : www.teachingzone.org/railmenu.htm.

Transport for London Tickets

If you are travelling across London (e.g. Park and Ride), Transport for London provides many ticketing options to suit your travelling needs. These range from Single Ticket purchases to Off-Peak One Day Travelcards and Oyster Cards.

Up to FOUR 5-10 year olds can travel FREE when accompanied by a person with valid ADULT London Transport ticket.

To plan your route across London to Wembley Stadium, visit : www.journeyplanner.org.

To calculate the fare, visit : Fare Finder and compare your prices with available Off-Peak One Day Travelcards.

Tube Maps

Download a PDF version of the London Tube map complete with Zones, Parking and National Rail connections : Standard Tube Map with Zones.

View Tube station facilities and more with Transport for London's Interactive Map.

Using Private Transport

Photgraph of Wembley Stadium Sign

Parking at Wembley Stadium

Brent Council operates a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) on Stadium Event Days and any cars illegally parked in the area will be issued with large fines and may be towed away. Ticket holders are strongly encouraged to travel to this event by coach or public transport.

Only Blue-Badge holders will have access to Wembley Stadium parking at this event. Blue-Badge holders must pre book their parking space to obtain a Wembley Stadium Car Park Pass which must be displayed on your vehicle to gain access in to the car park.

All Wembley Stadium Car Park Passes must be ordered in advance before 10th June 2009 (subject to availability) and they can be purchased online from : www.csparking.com/stadium.

Photgraph of a Park and Ride Motorway sign

Park and Tube / Train

For information regarding suggested Rail / Tube stations offering Park and Ride facilities to Wembley Stadium, please visit : Regional Travel Info. at wembleystadium.com and select which part of the country you are travelling from.

A limited number of guaranteed, secure parking spaces are available at a number of London Underground car parks a short Tube ride from Wembley Stadium. To guarantee your space, please book in advance via the NCP website : www.ncpwembleyparking.co.uk.

For a full list of Tube stations that provide parking spaces visit : www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/tubestationcarparks

If parking at / near Tube stations, for information about Tube tickets see :
Index > Public Transport > Transport for London

To plan your journey across London to Wembley Stadium see : Index > Public Transport > Transport Planner

Wembley Stadium Access

For details on how to get to your seat from the Coach Parks and Railway/Tube Stations, please view : Wembley Stadium Access.

Further Information

For more information to help you plan your route to Wembley Stadium, please see the Regional Travel Info. at wembleystadium.com.