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FA Trophy Final - All You Need To Know

20 May 2016

THE FA VASE AND FA TROPHY FINALS – SUNDAY 22ND MAY 2016

IMPORTANT Travel Information.

There are emergency engineering works on the A406 North Circular Road by Apsley Way. The road will go down from three lanes to two lanes at that location.Please factor this in to your travelling 

 Grimsby Town fans will be able to purchase tickets from the East Ticket Office, the same side of the ground in which our fans will be housed.

Those wishing to purchase tickets prior to the day can do so from the Grimsby Town ticket office, online at TheFA.com/Tickets or by calling 0800 826 2010. Tickets are £25 for adults, £10 for concessions and just £1 for U16s.

The Mariners have again been allocated the East side of the Stadium and FC Halifax Town have been allocated the West side of the Stadium. Event Timings Ticket holders will be able to attend both Events. 

Event timings will be subject to extra time and penalties.

TimingsFA VaseFA Trophy
General Admission Gates10.4510.45
Kick-Off12.1516.15
Full Time14.0018.00
End of Extra Time14.4018.40
End of Penalties15.0019.00

Wembley Stadium encourages all supporters to use public transport to attend the FA Trophy and FA Vase finals.

Parking at Wembley Stadium
Please be aware that Thames Water have advised of emergency repair works to a sewer pipe by Neasden Lane. These works will result in  the A406 North Circular Road reducing to two lanes eastbound and two lanes westbound. Wembley Stadium are currently working with Transport for London and Thames Water to ensure these works are completed before this Event.
Please note travel advice is subject to the Thames Water emergency works being completed. Should these works be ongoing, an alternative route may be recommended.

FA Vase

Morpeth Town AFC have been allocated the Green Car Park on the East side of the Stadium. Vehicles accessing Green Car Park via the A406 North Circular should do so via Great Central Way (this will be the route from the M1) or Drury Way, and then continue along Great Central Way.

Hereford FC have been allocated the Wembley Retail Park on the East side of the Stadium. Vehicles accessing the Wembley Retail Park via the A406 North Circular should do so via Great Central Way or Drury Way (this will be the route from the A40), and then continue along Great Central Way, First Way and Engineers Way.

FA Trophy

Grimsby Town have been allocated the Green Car Park on the East side of the Stadium. Vehicles accessing Green Car Park via the A406 North Circular should do so via Great Central Way (this will be the route from the M1) or Drury Way, and then continue along Great Central Way.

FC Halifax Town have been allocated the Wembley Retail Park on the East side of the Stadium. Vehicles accessing the Wembley Retail 
Park via the A406 North Circular should do so via Great Central Way or Drury Way, and then continue along Great Central Way, First Way and Engineers Way.

General Information

Neutral supporters can park their cars in Red Car Park on the west side of the Stadium. Vehicles accessing Red Car Park should exit the A406 North Circular Road onto the A4088 Neasden Lane, Blackbird Hill, Forty Lane, Bridge Road, Empire Way, Royal Route and then Red Car Park.

Please avoid crossing the estate from East to West or West to East. South Way and Fulton Road will be closed before the Event. Please also avoid using Harrow Road, as this road will be congested. All other routes will have support from the London Streets Traffic Control Centre.

Travel by Rail and London Underground

Wembley Stadium is served by three stations:
● Wembley Park Station (London Underground Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines)
● Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
● Wembley Central Station (London Underground Bakerloo Line, London Overground, London Midlands and Southern)

For more information on these services, please visit:
● www.tfl.gov.uk
● http://www.chilternrailways.co.uk/
● http://www.londonmidland.com/
Please be aware of planned engineering works on the West Coast Mainline that weekend, with some services only going as far as Norton Bridge.

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