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Faq - wembley events

01) Do you run extra train services on Wembley event days?

Yes, on Wembley event days we run additional services to Wembley Stadium station. 

02) How do I view the timetable?

To see the train timetable for a Wembley event, go to our changes to train times section and select the date of the event. Alternatively, you will be able to view the amended timetable on the National Rail Enquiries website.

03) Will I have to wait to board a train after the event?

Yes it is likely that passengers will have to wait to board a train after the event, we aim to make this wait no longer than 30 minutes if possible. There will be a queuing system in place outside the station with staff and information signs on hand to advise you which queue to join based upon your destination station.

04) Why should I travel to Wembley by train?

Avoid traffic jams and parking problems by boarding one of our trains to Wembley Stadium from stations near the M40 such as Banbury, Warwick Parkway, Bicester North, and Beaconsfield. You can also travel directly to Wembley Stadium using our frequent event day service from London Marylebone taking you from the heart of the capital to the heart of the action in just 10 minutes.

You can also connect to our line easily from Birmingham New Street, which serves most of the country, by making the 5 minute walk across to Birmingham Moor Street where you can board a service to Wembley Stadium. We also serve Banbury and Leamington Spa stations where CrossCountry trains call from destinations across Britain.

05) Why do I have to wait before going down to a platform?

We work out the capacity on the next train coming into the station and only allow that number of passengers down onto the platform(s). This ensures the platforms are not overcrowded and so the boarding process is as safe and as quick as it can be.