How do I get to Emirates Stadium?

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Charlotte
Charlotte

There are plenty of options to get to this London venue and for those travelling regionally the train and tube seem to be the favorite. Aiming to get to King’s Cross main railway station will help offer a lot of connections over or underground. The easiest route from King’s Cross is to get the underground tube on the Piccadilly Line to Arsenal station which (as the name suggests) is the nearest tube station and only around 3 minute walk from the stadium.

If you are in London town center the easiest option from there is to jump on the underground Victoria Line to Finsbury Park station which is a short 15 minute walk from the stadium (and near many of the pubs). Prices for a travel card for the day vary depending on your starting station but from inside London should cost you around £12-£15 and includes over and underground travel.

For those who like to pre-book, you can look into a coach (especially for larger groups who can spread the cost) as this takes you almost directly to the stadium and can reduce the hassle of travelling on the day (although you will have to book via the Stadium itself to ensure parking).

Local taxis and buses are an option and on match day there are high frequency shuttles getting close to the stadium as well so there is no chance you will miss out.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The Emirates is easy to get to with lots of convenient options. The easiest way to get there is by the London Underground. 3 stations are all within a 15 minute walk of the stadium and will all be popular on match days. Arsenal station is on the district line, Finsbury Park is accessed by both the Victoria and the Piccadilly Lines, there is also ‘Highbury and Islington’ Station on the Victoria Line. All of the stations are in Zone 2 and so a single ticket will cost £4.90. You may want to instead choose the day ticket for £12.10 which offers all day travel around London.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

By train, head to Finsbury Park (you can get a connection at Kings Cross) and take a 10-15 minute walk from there. Drayton Park station is a lot closer, but is closed at weekends, so only go there for midweek games! Some fans recommend getting there 1hr+ early, as crowd control is quite slow and realistically it can take ages to get into the stadium. Maybe bring some snacks for the queue too…

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