Travel information for Wembley
Information for fans travelling to our Premier League clash against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium, connected by EE, on Saturday.
A reminder that we kick-off at 12.30pm.
Spurs v Arsenal - ticket news
Tickets are available to BUY NOW for this fixture. To buy tickets, supporters will need to have been registered on our ticketing database before 1 July 2018.
We strongly advise supporters not to purchase tickets from any unofficial sources - either via unofficial websites or from touts outside Wembley Stadium.
We are aware of supporters purchasing tickets for our matches at Wembley through unofficial means, which often results in disappointment at being unable to access the stadium.
Further information can be accessed via Ask Spurs - click on the link below - including a link to our official ticket outlets and a list of prominent unofficial sellers.
If you have any information regarding ticket touts or unauthorised agents selling Tottenham Hotspur tickets please contact us via email at email@example.com.
Wembley's Restricted Bag Policy
A reminder for our fans regarding the bag policy at Wembley Stadium.
We encourage fans to carefully read the following information ahead of attending any of our upcoming home matches, especially given we shall be running a similar bag policy at our new stadium – more on which we shall communicate in due course.
In summary, all ticket holders are prohibited from bringing a bag into the stadium unless it adheres to the Wembley Stadium regulations outlined as follows:
- Bags to be no larger than A4 in size
- Height 297mm (11.7 inches)
- Width 210mm (8.27 inches)
- Depth 210mm (8.27 inches)
- HOWEVER, Wembley does permit the Club-branded Bag for Life included in the 2018/2019 Membership packs
Agreement has been reached for supporters to bring laptops into the stadium. Please note, although laptops cannot be stored in a bag that does not meet the criteria detailed above, laptop sleeves are permitted.
Fans carrying bags that do not meet the criteria WILL NOT BE PERMITTED ENTRY. The approved criteria is in reference to the dimensions of the bag itself - bags that are half full and folded to reduce overall size will not be accepted.
Wembley has a 100 per cent searching process, including search dogs for pyrotechnics, and they do not compromise this if queues start to form. The turnstiles will open at approximately 11am ahead of the 12.30pm kick-off on Saturday. Club Wembley guests, meanwhile, will be able to enter the stadium from 10am.
Bags will be checked at an outer cordon and a bag gauge will be used for any dispute on size.
Policy for all
This policy affects all ticket holders including hospitality guests, box holders, board members and players/family and friends who enter the building through the main entrances or turnstiles with a ticket.
All matchday merchandise purchases will be supplied in a clear plastic bag in line with this policy and will be admissible.
If for any reason (medical) you require a bag that does not adhere to this policy, please contact Wembley prior to matchday BY CLICKING HERE. You will be issued with a certificate representing your right to take those items into the stadium. You will need to produce this certificate at the outer security cordon. Your bag will be searched and may be subject to an x-ray scan before entering the venue.
Please take time to read Wembley’s statement on their new Restricted Bag Policy – HERE. This includes an FAQ.
As always, we thank our fans for their continued support and co-operation.
Spurs v Arsenal - please arrive early
We strongly advise supporters to arrive at Wembley as early as possible. We recommend all fans arrive at a Wembley transport hub no later than 90 minutes before kick-off.
For example, from arriving at Wembley Park station to passing through all increased security checks will take in the region of 45 minutes. These increased security procedures - including Wembley's new restricted bag policy - will not be reduced or compromised in the event of queues forming before kick-off.
Turnstiles open 90 minutes before our 12.30pm kick-off against Arsenal with Premium areas open at 10am.
Every supporter entering the stadium will be searched before entry and this will not be compromised in the event of queues building, even if the match has started - there will be no exceptions.
Spurs v Arsenal - travel information
Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination.
We would recommend all supporters attending the match visit Wembley's 'Getting Here' page 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 a 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.
Spurs v Arsenal - Tube information
Enhanced event day Metropolitan line service. Normal Jubilee line service.
Normal Bakerloo line, London Overground and National Rail services.
Wembley Park station - post-match
In order to manage the safe and efficient flow of spectators into Wembley Park station after the Arsenal match, entry into the station will only be permitted via Olympic Way. No access will be permitted via other routes. Spectators are requested to follow the signs to Wembley Park station along Olympic Way. An accessible lift is available from Olympic Square to the station concourse for spectators unable to use the steps.
See the map below...
Spurs v Arsenal - rail information
Greater Anglia have provided the following details of services for Saturday's fixture...
- Hertford East, Cambridge and Stansted Airport services will operate as the normal timetable.
- Bishop's Stortford to Stratford services will operate as the normal timetable.
- Southend Victoria services will have a rail replacement bus service to Newbury Park connecting into the Central line towards London (Crossrail engineering works).
- Ipswich, Clacton-on-Sea, Colchester and Norwich services will terminate at Ingatestone with a rail replacement bus service to Newbury Park connecting into the Central line towards London (Crossrail engineering works).
Spurs v Arsenal - arriving by car
We strongly advise against driving to Wembley 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 stadium.
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. If you’re accessing the Yellow Car Park via the A406 North you should do so via Great Central Way or Drury Way. Vehicles accessing Red Car Park should do so via Neasden Lane.
The Popin Forecourt area on South Way will be used for spectator pick-ups/drop-offs for this fixture, the postcode is HA9 0HF.
Blue Badge parking/accessible services
Blue Badge parking is available to purchase via www.wembleyofficialparking.com. For information regarding the parking facilities available to Blue Badge holders, please visit Wembley's Disabled Access page. Blue Badge parking can be found in the Yellow and Red Car Parks.
Accessible pick-up/drop-off for cars is on Rutherford Way.
An accessible shuttle bus is in operation from Wembley Park Station (by Brook Avenue) to the stadium.
Local buses serving the area are 18/N18, 83/N83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 297 and 483.
Please note that London buses no longer accept cash. You can pay for your bus fare with an Oyster card, Visitor Oyster card, Travelcard or UK-issued contactless payment card. A single adult fare is £1.45.
Transport for London (TfL)
A reminder that information on all forms of transport in London is available via Transport for London including routes, maps, journey planner, real-time traffic and travel updates.