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Heading to Wembley this Saturday? Check out the latest traffic and travel reports to get you to this summer's BIGGEST party!
Wembley Park Station (Zone 4) is located a 2 minute walk from Wembley Stadium, and is served by Metropolitan Line and Jubilee Line trains. Wembley Central (Zone 4) is located 10-15 minute walk from Wembley Stadium, and is served by the Bakerloo Line and London Overground and National Rail services.
The Jubilee Line serves Wembley Park 24-hours over the weekend. The last Metropolitan line trains to Central London depart at 00:25.
You can plan your journey to the stadium using TfL's journey planner.
METROPOLITAN LINE: From 21:00 Friday 8, and all day Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June, no service between King's Cross St. Pancras and Aldgate
LONDON OVERGROUND: Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June, no service between Hackney Downs and Enfield Town / Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters). Replacement buses operate.
BAKERLOO LINE: Good service.
All routes serving Wembley and Wembley Stadium are unaffected, but we recommend you check the latest service update for the London Underground and Overground before you travel.
Wembley Stadium is served by its own National Rail station, however be sure to double check the latest service updates on the link below...
TfL buses serve the area around Wembley Stadium. Routes include 18, 83, 92 and 224. Find out more about local buses in Wembley at TfL.gov.uk/buses.
Please note that London buses no longer accept cash - only Oyster cards, TfL travelcards and contactless credit/debit cards.
Wembley's official car parks are usually fully booked at the weekend - so we'd recommend getting to the venue via public transport.
The post code for your sat nav to follow is HA9 0WS.
Roads around Wembley Stadium are expected to be very busy before and after the Summertime Ball with Vodafone on June 9th - check out the latest traffic & travel reports below.