Getting Here

The good news is Wembley Stadium is easily accessible from three railway stations. Wembley Park Station is only two stops from Baker Street on the London Underground Metropolitan line, and is also served by the Jubilee line for further connections across the Underground network. Wembley Stadium Station is one stop from London Marylebone on Chiltern Railways, and Wembley Central Station is on the London Underground Bakerloo line and London Overground line from Watford Junction to London Euston.

National Express, our Official Coach Travel Provider, also runs event-specific coach services from numerous places throughout the UK

Please use the Sofa-to-Seat
 tool to explore your travel options. Don’t forget to leave enough time to reach homeward bound connections.

Train and Tube:

There are three stations serving Wembley Stadium. Whichever one you’re arriving at, click below for real-time information:

Wembley Park Station (London Underground Jubilee and Metropolitan lines)

Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)

Wembley Central Station (London Underground Bakerloo line, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines

Step-free access and low-level ticket machines are available at all three stations. However, Wembley Central Station is step-free from street to platform, but not from platform to train.

Looking for the latest train times and fares? Just visit National Rail Enquiries or call 0871 200 4950.


National Express is the Official Coach Supplier to Wembley, and a great way to avoid the stress of car parking or rushing for the train. There are direct services from more than 55 UK locations. 

To book, visit the National Express website, call 08717 81 81 81 or visit your local National Express outlet.


Wembley has numerous great public transport connections, and we’re trying really hard to keep our carbon footprint down. But if you have to come by car you should only use official stadium parking, and a parking space must be  booked in advance 

Hold a blue badge? Then please book your car park place here. Everyone’s welcome at Wembley, as you’ll see from our best-in-class access and facilities for disabled fans and visitors. 

Please note that parking at the Stadium is not owned or operated by Wembley Stadium. For real-time traffic information visit the Highways England website or call 0300 123 5000.


Wembley is well served by local buses, including the 18/N18, 83/N83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 297 and 483 serving routes across North West London and to and from Central London. 
To make life easier, you can pay for your bus fare with an Oyster card, Visitor Oyster card, Travelcard or UK-issued contactless payment card. Just touch one of these on the card reader as you get on .
Please note that if your contactless payment card has been issued outside the UK, we recommend checking with your card issuer for any international transaction fees or charges that may apply.


We love pedal power and Wembley Stadium is a bicycle-friendly stadium. 
You’ll find bicycle parking on street level on the north-east side of the Stadium, under the concourse.


Public transport is the best way to get to Wembley, especially during peak traffic. But if you really need a taxi outside peak traffic times, please only use a licensed cab. 
An event day taxi rank is located on Engineers Way next to Wembley Arena. 
Here’s where you can find a licensed mini cab.


If you’re visiting from overseas, you’ll be able to get to Wembley Stadium from any of these international arrival points: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stansted Airport, London City Airport, Luton Airport or London St Pancras Station for Eurostar.


Darpan is the author of this solution article.

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