Getting to the stadium
Travel to and from Wembley like a pro
Wembley Park station is without a doubt the busiest of the three stations serving Wembley Stadium, especially after a match.
✌️ Travel via Wembley Stadium station (only 300 metres away!) or Wembley Central as alternatives, they will be less crowded.
Beat the crowds and plan your route before you head to the stadium.
The stadium is located in north-west London.
Public transport and coach are the fastest and most efficient ways to get to there, so we highly recommend it!
If you don’t have a ticket, don't travel to the stadium on a matchday. The UEFA Festival has plenty of exciting activities lined up for everyone.
❗ Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket.
Let me give you a top tip:
Use the Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map - an interactive journey planner on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. Plot your routes between UEFA Festival sites and the stadium to ensure you get there in time for your dedicated entry time slot.
❗ Remember entry procedures may be a little different to what you’re used to and are subject to change.
Wembley Stadium is located in Zone 4 and it is served by three stations.
You can use most contactless bank cards, mobile payment devices and the Oyster card to pay for your journey. Always touch in and out with the same device for the correct fare.
Plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot.
- Wembley Park (800m away)
The Jubilee and Metropolitan lines run to Wembley Park from Waterloo, London Bridge, Kings Cross and Liverpool Street, as well as northbound towards Stanmore, Amersham or Chesham.
After the match, a stop-and-go operation will be in place on Olympic Way. This creates a safe environment inside the station and ensures people can leave as quickly and safely as possible.
- Wembley Stadium (300m away)
Chiltern services between Marylebone and Birmingham, Oxford and High Wycombe stop at Wembley Stadium station.
Entry to the station after the game is carefully managed to ensure people go to the right destination.
- Wembley Central (15–20-minute walk)
Bakerloo and Overground services run from Wembley Central towards Euston, Baker Street and Waterloo, as well as north to Harrow & Wealdstone and Watford Junction.
Travelling directly by coach is the only way to guarantee you will be able to return to elsewhere in the UK after the game.
Book your ticket in advance with your preferred coach operator and travel worry-free.
Some of the coach parks are slightly further from the stadium than normal. Although the walk may be longer, there is plenty of signage so that you don’t get lost and marshals will help you cross busy roads.
There will be a dedicated black taxi rank on to the stadium premises, as well as a private hire pick-up point.
When leaving the stadium, you will only be able to order a Private Hire when you are close to the pick-up point. Please follow signs to “Pick Up / Ride App” east of the stadium.
Wembley Stadium provides a limited number of parking spaces for private vehicles on matchdays. You must book your space using this link. Accessible parking is also available but must be arranged as advised below.
Anyone parking illegally within the Wembley Stadium Protected Parking area will receive a fine of £130 and could have their vehicle impounded, which will incur additional charges.
Event day restrictions operate between 08:00 and midnight in controlled parking zones and on main roads to the stadium. Extensive road closures will also be implemented around the stadium on matchdays.
If you are determined to drive and did not manage to book a space close to Wembley Stadium, please consider parking north of the stadium near stations on the Jubilee and Metropolitan line, such as Stanmore and Rickmansworth, and take the Underground to Wembley Park.
Accessible Stadium Travel
Wembley Park is fully accessible and during EURO there will be an accessible shuttle from the bottom of the lifts to the stadium. Some coach parks are very close to the stadium; for others, there will be an accessible shuttle running between the coach parks and the stadium.
Fans who applied for Accessibility Tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking permit. Parking permits will be allocated closer to the tournament, and our ticketing team will send you an email as soon as this is done. Keep in mind that there’s only a limited number of parking permits available so even if you request one, we can’t guarantee that all applicants will be successful.
For more detailed information on accessible travel in London, please visit the CAFE Football Disabled Spectator Guides.