Getting To Wembley
There are three stations servicing Wembley Stadium. Click here to download a map to locate where the stations are positioned.
- Wembley Park is on both the Jubilee and Metropolitan underground lines. Currently the Metropolitan line is not accessible for wheelchair users, however, selected Jubilee platforms and trains are. Contact TFL for further information.
- Wembley Park has step free access between all the platforms and street level. There is also limited step free access between the platforms and trains. This is available on all platforms except platform 5 (southbound Metropolitan line) and provides complete or near step free access between the platform and train for one carriage only in the immediate area around the lift.
- Signage is provided on the platforms advising customers to wait in this area for level access to the trains.
- Five new lifts have been installed at this station to allow for wheelchair access from the ticket hall to Olympic Way.
- All ticket counters at Wembley Park are low-level for wheelchair users. There are induction loops and audio enhancements for hearing impaired passengers.
- Information in Braille is centrally available with information on the London underground network.
- If you require assistance at the station please ensure you call ahead.
- TFL travel information: 020 7222 1234/ customer services: 0845 330 9880. TFL text phone - 0207 918 3500. TFL have provided approximate journey times from Wembley Park to mainline national rail stations.
- Visitors can call for 24 hour information on 020 7222 1234 or text phone on 020 7918 3500. This includes up to date information regarding step-free access (i.e. any locations with defective lifts) and service disruptions.
Lifts from platform level take passengers up to the ticket hall. Cross the ticket hall to enter the lifts which will bring you down to Olympic Way. From there, it's approximately 600 metres to the Stadium.
- Wembley Central is on the Bakerloo underground line and the London Overground line.
- Wembley Central station has low-level ticket machines for wheelchair users and there is a gate next to the ticket barriers for wheelchair access. Platforms 1, 2, 5 and 6 have tactile edges to assist visually impaired passengers.
- There are customer information screens on the concourse and on platforms 1 & 2 to assist hearing impaired passengers.
- For event day return journeys - the customer access will be via different station entry point.
- None of the platforms at Wembley Central have step free access at the moment but there is a proposal to install lifts to platforms 1 and 2 as part of the redevelopment of the shopping centre above.
- London Overground customer services: 0845 601 4867
Wembley Central is a 2km journey to the Stadium. Exit the station via the stairs to street level. Turn right at the exit and the Stadium route will be signposted and marshalled on event days. Follow the road up to the main triangle junction. Using the pedestrian crossing, turn left at the junction. Continue up towards White Horse Bridge and enter the Stadium via the Bridge entrance.
- Wembley Stadium is on the Chiltern train line. The Chiltern line travels from the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
- London trains on this line depart from Marylebone station. Refer to the station link above for detailed departure points. Please note these may change for major event days. There are departure boards on each platform.
- If you are a wheelchair user, please note you will need to call ahead to Chiltern Railways to ensure a wheelchair ramp is on standby to facilitate access from the train to the platform.
- Chiltern Customer Services: 08456 005 165.
Wembley Stadium is approximately 740 metres to the Stadium. Exit the stadium via the lifts to street level. Turn right and access to the Stadium is possible via The White Horse Bridge.
Wembley Stadium offers an accessible transport facility for disabled visitors on event days. This service operates between Wembley Park Station and the stadium. To take advantage of this service please visit www.brentct.org.uk or phone 0203 114 7022.
The following buses run from Wembley Central and Wembley Park station to the Stadium: - 83, 92 and 182. On major event days it is not advisable to get the bus from these stations because the traffic towards the Stadium is likely to be highly congested. Please note, not all buses that travel to the Stadium are fully accessible. For more information visit TFL Accessible Buses or please call London Buses customer services on 0845 300 7000.
There is clear signage at all three stations and on the motorways, public highways and pedestrian routes, to help direct visitors to the Stadium with large text and our distinctive arch logo.
Provision has been made for accessible parking spaces. These are available in both the Stadium car-parks. These are available to Blue-Badge holders and will need to be booked in advance. Please contact City and Suburban Parking at the following website address: www.gotocsp.com to reserve your place. Please note that as all passes must be pre-sent, the cut off date for requesting a pass is 72 hours before an event. If you are coming for London 2012 then please click here for more info.
This is a service provided by Transport for London (TFL). On match days dial-a-ride is available for disabled passengers who live in the Wembley area and who are attending events at the Stadium. This is a door to door local service for members of the dial-a-ride scheme. Dial-a-ride contact details: 0845 999 1 999. For further information visit the TFL Website.
Please contact your local coach company regarding coach services to the Stadium from around the country on event days. Selected National Express services will have some accessible facilities on their coaches. Please visit the National Express website for further information on their Access facilities: http://www.nationalexpress.com/utilities/accessibility.cfm
For general information on how to travel to Wembley Stadium from anywhere in the country please visit the Getting to Wembley pages.