Ladbrokes Challenge Cup

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By Coach

National Express, the UK’s number one coach company, are offering fantastic deals on coach travel for supporters travelling to the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Saturday, August 26.

Five routes are available for supporters to travel from the North of England down to London and all services will arrive and depart from directly outside the stadium, meaning there’s no need to worry about connections or parking.

Coaches will arrive at approximately 12.00pm on match day, well in advance of kick-off allowing fans to soak up the pre-match atmosphere and enjoy the Fanzone in Arena Square.

The coaches will depart the stadium following the game at approximately 6.00pm and if the final whistle is delayed all services will wait for fans.

National Express are also offering 25% discount when booking in a group of 4-9 when booked online and seven days in advance.

Coach Departure Times to Wembley

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Departing Bradford at 07:45 (£44/£31)
Departing Leeds at 08:20 (£44/£31)

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Departing Hull at 07:30 (£38/£27)

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Departing St Helens at 07:10 (£40/£28)
Departing Widnes at 07:30 (£39/£27)

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Departing Wigan at 07:00 (£40/£28)
Departing Leigh at 07:35 (£39/£27)

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Departing Salford at 07:00 (£44/£31)
Departing Warrington at 07:35 (£40/£28)

Click here to book official coach travel to Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Final.

By Car

Limited car parking is available in the vicinity of the stadium. Wembley advise that you only park in the official car parks.

You can pre-book parking in the official car parks at www.wembleyofficialparking.com

 

Park & Rail

There are also a number of Park & Rail opportunities accessible from Wembley Stadium Station, operated by Chiltern Railways, located within a 5 minute walk on the west side of the stadium.

Park & Tube

A number of Park & Tube opportunities to Wembley Park Station, served by Jubilee Line and Metropolitan Line will be operational on the day of the event. Fans are asked to consider using the Park & Tube opportunities on the north end of the Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines.

Supporters travelling to Wembley Stadium should be advised that there will be no trains to/from London Euston on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27 due to Network Rail works associated with the HS2 line.

Please note that all train services to and from London are expected to be busier than usual and fans are advised to use alternative modes of transport.

If travelling by train, all supporters are urged to book tickets and reserve seats in advance.

For further information on the planned engineering works please visit –

Cross Country Trains

Virgin Trains

Travel from Hull

For supporters travelling from Hull there are number of direct trains travelling to London Kings Cross on Saturday, August 26.

There are also trains every half an hour that require one change at Doncaster. 

Post-match, the last direct train will leave Kings Cross at 7.48pm and the last train with one change at Doncaster will leave at 8.05pm.

Passengers arriving in London Kings Cross can use the London Underground Metropolitan line to Wembley Park Station.

Travel from Wigan

Supporters travelling from Wigan will be most affected by the planning engineering works, as there will be no trains to/from London Euston on Saturday, August 26 and Sunday, August 27.

Therefore there will be no direct trains to London from the North West.

Alternative routes for fans travelling from Wigan are available –

Passengers are advised to travel from Wigan North Western to Birmingham New Street walk to Birmingham Moor Street and then to London Marylebone – expected travel time 4 hours

From London Marylebone supporters can then travel to Wembley Stadium Station in 10 minutes.

Supporters can also travel from Manchester Piccadilly to London St.Pancras via Sheffield. These trains leave Piccadilly every 30-40 minutes – expected journey time approx. 3 hours 15 mins.

Alternatively, fans can travel from Manchester Piccadilly to London Kings Cross with one change at Leeds. These trains leave at 26 minutes past the hour approx. 3 hours 30 mins.

Post-match, the last train leaving London St.Pancras to Manchester Piccadilly via Sheffield will be at 7.58pm.

The last train leaving London Kings Cross to Manchester Piccadilly will leave at 10.00pm with one change at Leeds.

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is served by three stations:

Wembley Park Station (London Underground Metropolitan and Jubilee Lines)

Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)

Wembley Central Station (London Underground Bakerloo Line, London Overground and Southern)

For more information please visit

www.tfl.gov.uk
www.nationalrail.co.uk
www.chilternrailways.co.uk