Trains to Wembley stadium

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Wembley Stadium is in Wembley, a popular area in the north of London. The currently football stadium opened in 2007 in replacement to the old one which was demolished in 2002. It hosts major football matches including home matches of the national football team and the FA Cup final, with a maximum capacity of 90,000 seats, it is the largest football stadium in the UK and the second largest in EU.

There are regular train services running from and to London Marylebone, High Wycombe and Bichester north, all run by Chiltern Railway services.
Visitors travelling to Wembley Stadium station are advised to access the stadium using the White Horse footbridge, named after the police horse that helped to restore order at the Wembley FA Cup final in 1923.

Visitors travelling to Wembley central and Wembley Stadium are advised to exit the station using either the lifts or the stairs to reach the street level, turn right and follow the stadium signposted route. Follow the road up to the main triangle junction, using the pedestrian crossing then turning left at the junction. Continue up towards White Horse bridge and enter the stadium via the bridge entrance.

Visitors travelling to Wembley Park are advised to use the lifts from the platform to the ticket hall. Walk across the hall and enter the lifts that will take them down to the Olympic Way. The Stadium is approximately 600 meters away.

Wembley train station facilities include 20 bike racks, but no station car parking is available. Other facilities include Wi‐Fi, CCTV, lifts and accessibility service, self‐service ticket machines on the footbridge and on platform 1. Passengers are informed that no ticket office is available at this station.

Attractions nearby Wembley Stadium include the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, the largest Hindu temple built outside India, and London’s most beautiful architecture piece made of thousands of tons of stone and marble shipped from Bulgaria and Italy. Visitors to Wembley area can decide to visit Tricycle Theatre that since the 80s stages challenging and thought‐provoking work, designed for the local and wider London community. Wembley Designer outlet is 25 minute‐walk or 10 minutes bus ride away, featuring all the most popular high street names. Cafés, restaurants and ice cream parlors provide refreshments to the shopping mall.