Trains to Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is home to some of the world's greatest sporting events.

Travel to the big match with LNER for the best seats (at least on the journey).

How to get to Wembley Stadium

If you're travelling with LNER to a football match at Wembley, we can get you all the way to London King's Cross on one of our Azuma at 125mph (almost as fast as the football goal world record speed of 131mph!)

To get you the rest of the way you can choose between the London Underground and Overground or London buses.

London Underground to Wembley from London King's Cross

Approximately 45 minutes

From London King's Cross St Pancras - Metropolitan Line - Westbound

Get off at Wembley Park and Wembley Stadium is a 15-minute walk.

London Buses to Wembley from London King's Cross

Approximately 80 minutes

From London King's Cross, walk 12 minutes to Euston Station.

Get the number 18 bus to Sudbury and stay on for 41 stops (approximately one hour).

Get off at Waverley Avenue (Stop SJ) and Wembley Stadium is a short 4-minute walk.

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Upcoming fixtures at Wembley

Travel guidance

Our trains can get extremely busy during popular sporting events at Wembley. Please allow extra time for boarding and ticket and reservation checks.

For evening kick-offs, please be mindful of the time of the last train out of London King's Cross. If your match is delayed or goes into extra time, you may not make it back in time for your booked train.

Follow the advice for dates below to help make your journey with us as safe, comfortable and enjoyable as possible.

21 May 2022 Sunderland AFC Vs Wycombe Wanderers

The EFL League One Play Off Final between Sunderland AFC and Wycombe is being held at Wembley Stadium at 3pm on Saturday 21 May and our trains are expected to be very busy.

Unfortunately, some of our trains already have no seat reservations available, between Newcastle and London King’s Cross for that day with no further reservations available. On Sunday 22 May, a number of trains from London King’s Cross are also fully booked.

We recommend that you plan ahead and only travel if you have a ticket and a seat reservation. If your ticket does not have a seat reservation, you can make one on the LNER App or with our online reservation tool.

If the journey you’re looking for doesn’t have any availability then we’re sorry, there are no reservable seats left on that train. Please consider travelling at a quieter time so you can secure one for a more comfortable journey.

If you’re travelling for the football, enjoy the match and best of luck! Please bear in mind not everyone travelling on your train will be going to the football, so please be kind to our staff who are here to help and please be considerate of our other customers travelling.

29 May 2022 Huddersfield Town Vs Nottingham Forest

The EFL Championship Play-Off Final between Huddersfield Town and Nottingham Forest is being held at Wembley Stadium at 16:30 on Sunday 29 May, along with other fixtures on the Saturday. As a result, our trains between Leeds and London are likely to be extremely busy.

We recommend that you plan ahead and only travel if you have a ticket and a seat reservation. If your ticket does not have a seat reservation, you can make one on the LNER App or with our online reservation tool.

If the journey you’re looking for doesn’t have any availability then we’re sorry, there are no reservable seats left on that train. Please consider travelling at a quieter time so you can secure one for a more comfortable journey.

If you’re travelling for the football, enjoy the match and best of luck! Please bear in mind not everyone travelling on your train will be going to the football, so please be kind to our staff who are here to help and please be considerate of our other customers travelling.