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Driving to Wembley Stadium is quite straightforward – with the iconic ground located just north of the North Circular Road, not too far from the southern end of the M1.
Wembley Stadium and Brent Council recommend that visitors arrive via public transport using the good transport links and stations nearby. There are off-street car parks on-site and nearby, but parking on-street – particularly on event days – can be particularly difficult.
JustPark provides information on a large selection of parking options near Wembley, many of which are reservable – including spaces both on-street and off-street, from driveways to car parks.
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Some additional information about parking in wembley stadium, to cater to all your parking needs
On-street parking near to Wembley stadium is particularly difficult, with the stadium itself strongly advising against this as an option. The London borough of Brent is made up of a series of Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs). On non-event days, the surrounding area is not within a CPZ – but on event days, there is a wide reaching area that comes under Brent Council’s Event Day Protective Parking Scheme.
This scheme means that parking is only possible for residents and business owners during times of operation. These restrictions typically apply throughout the whole area from 10am-midnight on event days. Brent Council have produced a map outlining the boundaries of this area on their website.
You can use the JustPark map to find information on on-street parking spaces around Wembley, and see what’s available during your visit.
On-site parking at Wembley Stadium is shared with Wembley Arena, and there are both large surface and multi-storey car parks. For specific event parking in the on-site car parks, visitors are encouraged to pre-book. Prices and availability on such days can vary significantly – but be advised that it is often quite expensive for hourly and daily stays.
On non-event days, the stadium’s multiple car parks offer over 3,000 spaces – perfect for those visiting the nearby London Designer Outlet, or anywhere near Wembley Park. Parking is available 24 hours a day on these days, and at a quite attractive hourly rate.
Alternatively, Brent Council provide 3 car parks ranging from within 10 to 25 minutes walk away from the stadium – and although comparably limited in parking spaces, their Preston Road, Elm Road or Lonsdale Avenue off-street car parks may provide a slightly cheaper option on event days.
JustPark offers a range of reservable off-street spaces near Wembley Stadium – in both council and commercially-run car parks, as well as at hotels, offices and on private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.
Location Operator Price Max Stay Elm Road RingGo £1.00 / hour 11 hours
Wembley Stadium is fortunate enough to be surrounded by 3 well connected train stations. Wembley Stadium station just provides National Rail services, whereas Wembley Central and Wembley Park stations are perhaps the two busiest and most popular stations nearby.
Wembley Park forms part of the Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines of the London Underground – whilst Wembley Central offers National Rail services, London Overground services, and forms part of the Bakerloo Line of the London Underground.
There are a number of bus routes stopping nearby, primarily to the nearby train stations above – allowing access to much of Northwest London in particular.
Disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge can generally park free and without time limit in on-street disabled and pay-and-display bays. Blue Badge holders can also park for up to 3 hours on single or double yellow lines if necessary, provided they are not obstructing traffic or violating any loading bans.
You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access around Wembley stadium (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).
Wembley stadium is within a large scale wide-reaching Controlled Parking Zone on event days, which Brent Council term their Event Day Protective Parking Scheme. On-street parking is prohibited for all drivers throughout this area, with the exception of resident permit holders and local business owners. Always make sure you are aware of restrictions and check signs on location to make sure you are not parked illegally.
On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in at the times/dates you search for.
The enforcement of parking restrictions varies from zone to zone on Bank Holidays and weekends – but generally around Wembley stadium, they do not apply at these times. However, whenever an event day falls on a Bank Holiday or any day at the weekend, parking restrictions will always apply.
Overnight parking is available at the on-site car parks at Wembley stadium, but this can be quite expensive.
Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.
Wembley stadium is a first class venue and whether it’s hosting a sports event, live music or entertainment, the UK’s largest capacity stadium has you covered. The stadium is in a lovely spot in Northwest London, surrounded by a plethora of other things to do around Wembley Park. For example, the London Designer Outlet on Wembley Park Boulevard has some awesome stores and a 9-screen cinema. Park up and escape the world, whatever it is you’re there to enjoy.