Posted on 5 January 2018
Full travel detail ahead of our FA Cup third round tie against AFC Wimbledon at Wembley Stadium, connected by EE on Sunday - including news of engineering works on Greater Anglia rail routes.
A reminder that we kick-off at 3pm.
All available tickets for Sunday's FA Cup third round tie have now SOLD OUT.
next home match is against Everton in the Premier League on Saturday
week, 13 January (5.30pm). Tickets are on general sale and can be
purchased online at www.eticketing.co.uk/tottenhamhotspur or by calling 0344 844 0102 option 1.
We advise all fans to arrive at a Wembley transport hub no later than 90 minutes before kick-off. For example, it will take approximately 45 minutes from arriving at Wembley Park station to clear increased security checks. These increased security procedures have been in place for some time and they will not be reduced or compromised in the event of queues forming before kick-off. Thanks as always for your help in this matter.
Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination.
We would recommend all supporters attending the match visit www.wembleystadium.com to get more information about travelling to the stadium, or download the Stadium Mobile App which provides a dedicated journey planner and live travel information.
More information about the various transport hubs can be found below...
As a public transport destination, the stadium is served by several major transport connections. It is an easy 10-minute walk from Wembley Park station, 12 minutes from Wembley Central station and very close to Wembley Stadium station.
All stations have direct services from Central London and connections beyond.
Wembley Park station
Wembley Park underground station is served by both the Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines. On arrival at Wembley Park, stairs from the ticketing hall will guide you down onto Olympic Way from where the stadium will be clearly visible. A 10-minute walk will bring you to the front of the stadium.
Wembley Central station
This station has both Underground and Overground services. It is served by the Bakerloo Underground line, London Overground and national rail services, and connects to stations including Euston, Watford Junction and Willesden Junction.
Wembley Stadium station
Wembley Stadium station is on the Chiltern train line. This line services the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. London trains on this line depart from Marylebone station. On arrival at the station, the stadium will be clearly visible. Lifts or stairs will take you from the platforms up onto street level.
Enhanced Metropolitan Line services. Normal Jubilee Line services. No Metropolitan Line service between Aldgate and Wembley Park before 9.30am or after 8.30pm.
Normal Bakerloo Line, Overground and Southern services. London Road event bridge not in use.
Greater Anglia have advised us of a number of engineering works on the Greater Anglia route on Sunday.
The following services will operate:
- A half-hourly train service will operate between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt via Seven Sisters.- Hertford East services - a rail replacement bus service will be in operation between Cheshunt and Hertford East.- Cambridge services - a rail replacement bus service will be in operation between Cheshunt and Bishop's Stortford with an onward train service at Bishop's Stortford to Cambridge.- Stansted Express - a non-stop rail replacement between Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport.- Stations between Waltham Cross to Tottenham Hale will be closed and customers are advised to use the nearest London Overground station between Theobalds Grove and Seven Sisters.- Southend Victoria, Ipswich, Clacton-on-Sea and Norwich services will run as normal timetable.
Visit greateranglia.co.uk for more timetable details and for service updates, follow Greater Anglia on Twitter via @greateranglia.
We strongly advise against driving to
the stadium as there will be no parking available at the stadium or in
the surrounding streets.
The limited parking spaces at the stadium are reserved for coaches, disabled visitors and event owners and are all pre-booked.
Brent Council operates a Wembley Stadium
Event Day Protective Parking Scheme in all roads within an approximate
1.5 mile radius of the stadium. Operational on major event days only,
the scheme is designed to minimise disruption and protect local
residents and businesses from illegal parking from visitors to the
This means any visitors driving to events at Wembley Stadium will NOT be able to park in the surrounding streets. Brent
Council has made it clear that illegally parked vehicles will be issued
with large parking fines and will also be towed away.
In addition, Metropolitan Police may have
security measures on approach roads on major event days which may also
hinder a journey by car.
If you are arriving by car, the car park lay-out at Wembley is HERE.
For information and availability on Park & Ride/tube/train opportunities please refer to the stadium's 'Getting to Wembley' page HERE...
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