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How To Get To Wembley

16 May 2015

Wembley Stadium is closer than you think. Wembley is only two stops from Baker Street (Metropolitan Line) and nine minutes from London Marylebone (Chiltern Line). National Express, our Official Travel Provider have dedicated event services from across the UK. Please check before you travel and allow enough time to reach home-ward bound connections. 


Wembley Park Station (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines) 
Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways) 
Wembley Central Station (Bakerloo and London Overground Lines)
Step free access and low-level ticket machines are available at all three stations.

For London tube, road, bus and other services, please visit Transport for London. Find train times and fares at National Rail Enquiries or call 0871 200 4950.


The stadium has been labelled as a 'public transport' destination, meaning that there is limited parking available at the stadium itself and there is also a residents only parking scheme in operation in the local area. The pricing and availability of stadium parking varies per event. More information and bookings can be made on the official Wembley Stadium Parking website. 

The stadium is well signposted from the end of the M1 & M40. Basically the stadium is just off the A406 North Circular Road. 

From the M1:

At the roundabout at the end of the M1, tirn rigght onto the A406 (North Circular/West Wembley). Continue along the A406 for a couple of miles and then after crossing a metal suspended bridge, you will pass a McDonalds on your left. At the traffic lights with an Ikea Store on one corner bear left onto Drury Way. Keeping the Ikea store on your right go straight across the next two roundabouts. You will pass a Tesco petrol station on your right and then at the traffic lights turn left into Grand Central Avenue (B4557). The stadium is at the end of this road.

It is recommended to park at one of the tube stations at the end of the Metropolitan line such as Uxbridge, Hillingdon or Ruislip or at Stanmore on the Jubilee line and then take the tube to Wembley Park.


Local buses to the Stadium include 18, 83, 92 and 224.

From 6 July 2014 you will no longer be able to pay for your London bus fare with cash. Instead you can pay for your bus fare with an Oyster card, Visitor Oyster card, Travelcard or UK-issued contactless payment card. Just touch one card on the card reader.  A single adult fare is £1.45 with an Oyster card or UK-issued contactless payment card.

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