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Travel information

It is advised for first time and returning fans to read and follow the below travel information.

Before leaving home

Ahead of your visit, please ensure you check the travel updates, plan your journey, and arrive early allowing plenty of time to collect your Season Ticket from The Hive’s ticket office.

Make use of public transport

The Hive is well-served by public transport with regular bus routes and three Underground Stations (Canons Park, Queensbury, and Edgware) within walking distance. Fans who choose to travel to the game via public transport are reminded to adhere to the government’s social distancing guidelines throughout the duration of your journey.

Parking

On-site parking is available; however, this is very limited, and spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be other non-matchday events taking place on Sunday at The Hive and parking is expected to be minimal. Parking tokens can be purchased from The Hive Bar or the Legends Bar at a cost of £8 on matchdays.

All fans are encouraged to plan their journey before travelling ahead of every visit allowing plenty of time and taking into account potential delays.

Getting to our ground

The Hive London, Camrose Avenue, London, HA8 6AG

By tube

Canons Park Underground Station on the Jubilee Line is a five-minute walk from The Hive.
Turn left out of the station on Whitchurch Lane and after 200 feet the pedestrian entrance to The Hive will be on your right.
Queensbury Underground Station, also on the Jubilee Line, is a 10-minute walk from The Hive.
Turn left out of the station onto Turner Road. Walk to the end of the road, turn right and the entrance to The Hive will be across the road.
Edgware Underground Station on the Northern Line is approximately a one mile walk to The Hive.

By bus

The 340, 186 and 79 all run from Edgware Station to Canons Park.
You can also take the 288 and 688 from Edgware Station to Camrose Avenue.
Coming from west of The Hive you can take the 114 and get off at Turner Road. It is then a short walk up to Camrose Avenue.

By car

As already stated, fans are encouraged to make use og public transport when commuting to The Hive. However, if travelling by car is essential please see directions below.

From the North (M1)
Exit at Junction 4 of the M1 on to the A41 towards Harrow/Edgware.
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Spur Road/A410.
At the next roundabout turn left on to the A5.
After 300 metres turn right at the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction

From the North (A1)
At Apex Corner roundabout take the second exit onto Selvage Lane/A5109 signposted Edgware.
Continue through two roundabouts on to Deans Lane.
At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Deansbrook Road/A5109.
Go straight over the traffic lights on to Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction

From the West (M40)
From the M40 continue to Western Avenue/A40.
At Hanger Lane roundabout take the second exit on to A406.
Take the first exit left at Staples Corner roundabout onto the A5/Edgware Road.
Follow the A5 straight for three miles.
Turn left onto Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.

From the South (A5)
The A5 runs from Marble Arch in central London all the way north to Stanmore.
Drive straight all the way to Burnt Oak and turn left on to Camrose Avenue.
Continue straight along Camrose Avenue and The Hive will be on your right just after the width restriction.