All roads - and trains! - lead to Wembley
For Saturday’s game, there is a normal timetable in operation on 13 April. Fans are encouraged to visit www.tfl.gov.uk for up-to-date information about the London rail and underground network
Wembley Stadium is a public transport destination and parking is limited. We recommend you only use official Stadium parking and book in advance to avoid disappointment. To find out your ‘seat to sofa’ route visit the following link: http://www.wembleystadium.com/TheStadium/WS-Sofa-To-Seat.aspx.
Please note that parking at the Stadium is not owned or operated by Wembley Stadium. For traffic information visit the UK Highways Agency.
Parking is available in the official car parks adjacent to Wembley Stadium and can be pre-booked via The Combined Services Provider Ltd. For pricing or to book a space, please visit www.gotocsp.com
Wembley Stadium is serviced by two tube lines, the Jubilee Line and the Metropolitan line. Both lines stop at Wembley Park which is the stop to alight at for the Stadium.
For real time information for London Tube, Road, Bus and other services, please visit www.tfl.gov.uk
National Express is the Official Travel Provider for Wembley Stadium and provides dedicated links for visitors to the Stadium. Book your tickets to The FA Cup Semi-Final and enjoy direct services from over 55 locations from across the UK, this is the best way to travel to the Stadium. For more information and to book a hassle free and relaxing journey visit http://www.nationalexpress.com/wherewego/events/wembley-stadium/fa-cup-semi-finals.aspx, call 08717 818181 or visit your local National Express outlet. Visit the following site to see a full service