Trains to Wembley Stadium

How to get to Wembley Stadium by train

Heading to the Stadium for a match soon? Based in north-west London, getting the train to Wembley is simple, with three convenient options for you to choose from.

If you buy train tickets to Wembley Central, you’ll need to transfer at Watford Junction or Harrow & Wealdstone from the North, or take the Overground from London Euston to get to the stadium.

Alternatively, you can take the Wembley Park Underground Station via the Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines which is a short distance—only 600 metres —from the stadium.

Lastly, you can access Wembley Stadium via Chiltern Railways. All you have to do is get off one stop before you reach London Marylebone and head to the stadium to enjoy the match.


Wembley Central (WMB)

Wembley Central station
High Road
Greater London
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Wembley Central station information

Staffing level Full time
Station operator LT
Ticket office opening times

Ticket Hall

Pre-purchase collection Yes
Ticket machine Yes
Top up Oyster cards here Yes
Smartcards issued here No
Validate Smartcards here Yes
Smartcards information

Southern's smartcard is called 'the key'. To apply online, go to or pick up an application form from a Southern ticket office.

Travel card Zone 4
Penalty fares LT
Customer service information

TFL Customer Services Tel: 0343 222 1234

Left luggage

Available: No

Lost property

Telephone: 0845 330 9882


  • Monday to Friday: 08:30 - 16:00
  • Saturday: Unavailable
  • Sunday: Unavailable
Seated area

There are no seats in the ticket hall. Seats are available on the platform.

Waiting room

Platform 1 Only

Station buffet

In ticket hall area and also off Platform 6.

Baby changing facilities

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0343 222 1234 or 020 3031 9331 (Textphone)


Staff help
  • Monday to Friday: 24 hours
  • Saturday: 24 hours
  • Sunday: 24 hours
Induction loop available Yes
Ticket machine
Accessible booking office counter available

Ticket office staff provide assistance where possible. See ticket office opening hours.

Ramp for train access available
Accessible taxis information

Contact taxi operator directly

National Key toilets available
Step free access

Step-free access lifts are available between the ticket hall and all platforms. Ramps are available for London North Western Railway, London Underground, Southern and London Overground. Due to a short platform. customers on Southern services travelling to Wembley Central should travel in the front seven coaches only.

Ticket gates
Impaired mobility set down available
No car park information available.
Onward travel

Please visit for details of London bus routes and destinations served.

Cycle storage available Yes
Cycle storage spaces 48
Cycle storage sheltered No
Cycle storage CCTV No
Cycle storage types
  • Stands
Metro services

Bakerloo Line


Interchange available on Southern services to East Croydon and Gatwick Airport. Services may not be direct.

Departures and arrivals from Wembley Central

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More about Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is the centrepiece of English football, holding host to the national teams, as well as annual F.A Cup final, League Cup final and the Community Shield.

Originally built in 1923, the old Wembley Stadium was demolished in 2003, and construction began for the new stadium. It officially opened on the 19th of May 2007, with the FA Cup final between Chelsea and Manchester United (1-0).

The iconic ‘Wembley Arch’ is easy to spot from miles away. At 133 metres tall and with a span of 315 metres, it is the longest single span roof structure in the world. The total cost of construction was estimated to be £757 million, with the sliding roof also making it the largest fully covered stadium in the world. When weather conditions aren’t favourable the roof shelters each of the 90,000 seats, and is also used when Wembley hosts other events like concerts and sports such as boxing and American football.

Wembley Stadium Tour 2FOR1 entry when you travel by train

Tours of the Stadium are available to take you behind the scenes of the historic venue—and we even offer 2FOR1 stadium tours if you travel there by train. Step into the life of a professional player, as you’re taken through the dugout and pitch, and even up the steps to the Royal Box as if you won the F.A cup.

What time does Wembley Stadium open?

The Stadium Tour Cafe is open from 9:30AM, so grab a bite to eat or coffee before tours start at 10:00AM.

For concerts and sporting events, the stadium doors will usually open at least 2 hours before the official event start time. However, ticketing and entry policy for these events is subject to change from event to event, so check the specific event page or your tickets for more information.

What tube line is Wembley Stadium on?

Wembley Park is on the Metropolitan line, providing direct connections from Aldgate, Liverpool Street, Baker Street, Harrow-on-the-Hill, Watford and many more stations.

Another option is Wembley Central, which is on the Bakerloo line. This will allow you to travel directly from west of Wembley via Harrow & Wealdstone, or Paddington, Oxford Circus, Waterloo and a number of other stations east of Wembley.

How far is Wembley Central from Wembley Stadium?

If you’re travelling by train to Wembley stadium you can go to Wembley Central, which is a 15-20 minute walk away from the Stadium. You can always view the journey online, and select a route which suits you most.

Where to eat around Wembley Stadium?

There are countless options for food in and around Wembley Stadium, but for big name restaurants be sure to visit the previously mentioned London Designer Outlet. They have a range of cuisines, including Nando’s, Pizza Express, Wagamama’s, Zizzi and Pret, amongst many more. There are also many other restaurants you can try right along your walk from Wembley Central to the Stadium.