GETTING TO WEMBLEY WITH EASE Check out at the following link for a guide to how to reach the stadium using all methods of transportation;



'SOFA TO YOUR SEAT' ON WEMBLEYSTADIUM.COM Here you can type in your postcode for directions and info tailored to your journey;



BRITISH TRANSPORT POLICE Update on 'dry trains' and policing of the rail network





TRANSPORT FOR LONDON has information, timetables and details on all public transport in the capital. You can check on status updates for underground lines and train stations on the site. Click the image for the TFL site;

Keep up to date on Twitter with TFL Travel Alerts @TfLTravelAlerts




Wembley Park tube station


There are 3 tube stations serving Wembley Stadium;


Wembley Park Station (Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines)
Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
Wembley Central Station (Bakerloo and London Overground Lines)



Click the image for a full London Underground map



Local buses serving Wembley Stadium include numbers 18, 83, 92 and 224. Again, check the TLF website for full details - click the image;






A few useful sites for those of you driving down to Wembley



PARKING A site detailing the locations of car parks in the UK A site detailing all car parks in the area A site enabling people to rent out their drives to motorists for parking - there are lots of locations near Wembley






We asked you for your tips via Twitter and Facebook. Here's what you had to say;


'Park at cockfosters station and get the tube in. Cost £1 to park there and £8 ish for tube'

David via Twitter


'Or Stanmore if you are early enough, though bound to be busy on Jubilee (Wembley) line'

Jan via Twitter


'Stanmore deffo best bet - free street parking, direct tube line into Wembley, close to the A1'

Mark via Twitter


'Oakwood is better than Cockfosters, free on street parking and next stop down. That said Stanmore is even better'

James via Twitter


'Get onto and find somewhere for under a tenner if you dont mind a twenty minute walk'

Neil via Twitter


'If youre parking and tubing to Wembley, get an Oyster card and load some money on it, much cheaper and easier than single fares'

James via Twitter


'Mates use parkonmydrive and it is good. Or TFL park at tube station often free on a Sunday'

Bielbs via Twitter


We paid £7.50 for parkonmydrive 1.5 mile away, quicker get away too I reckon without the gridlock!

Neil via Twitter


'Oyster card, where do you get those?'

David via Twitter


'Go to a tube station ticket office and ask for one'

James via Twitter


Any idea how much KX to Wembley return is?

David via Twitter


'1 to 4 zone travel card £8.90, or 2 singles on Oyster £5.40'

James via Twitter


'Parking in warehouses on industrial estate adjacent to stadium. £7/10 (evening) close midnight. Obvious risks as not official re insurance, poor lighting, crime etc'


If you drive round estate boards outside advertising parking and cost. Not sure if you can still do this'


Becky via Twitter


'Any suggested parking locations for hcafc fans driving to Wembley Sunday eg Stanmore, Oakwood for tube?'


Peter via Twitter


'Plenty of street parking around Kingsbury, Queensbury, Canons Park and Stanmore stations North of Wembley on Jubilee line.'


Marcus Dysch via Twitter


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