Wembley Stadium Travel
Wembley Stadium is located in North London and can be accessed on foot, by car, train, bus and by using the London Underground. Whichever mode of transport you are using to get to Wembley Stadium, it is advised that you allow plenty of time for your journey as the surrounding areas can become very busy on the day of a big event. It is advisable to check the London Transport website prior to travelling www.tfl.gov.uk.
If travelling to Wembley by car, it is advisable that you plan your route in advance according to the area of the country from which you are travelling. The stadium is located just 3 miles from the end of the M1motorway for visitors travelling from the North and 3 miles from the end of the A40 for people travelling from the South and west. The stadium is located just a short distance from the A406 (North Circular) which is accessible from all major routes in to London. However, on the days of major events all roads within several miles of the stadium do get very busy and anyone travelling by car should account for this when planning their journey time.
Controlled Parking zones operate for large areas surrounding Wembley stadium and fans looking for street parking should consider that if they are found to be parked illegally in a permit holder only area then they face large fines or having their car towed away. Paid parking is available within short walking distance to the ground and visitors should be prepared to pay up to £10 if this is their chosen method.
If planning to travel by bus, check the for time tables on the TFL website prior to travelling. The buses which serve Wembley Stadium include numbers 18, 83, 92, 182, 224 and 297.
The nearest train station is Wembley Stadium which is a short walk away. Trains from central London depart from Marylebone Station.
Wembley Park is in zone 4 of the London Underground and is located on the Jubilee and Bakerloo Lines. It is a short walk and is the easiest way to access the stadium from Central London.