Trains to the FA Cup Final

How to get to the FA Cup Final by train

If you are lucky enough to have tickets to the FA Cup Final, then it’s time to think about travel. Wembley Stadium is easily accessible from three railway stations: Wembley Park Station, Wembley Stadium Station and Wembley Central Station.

Wembley Park Station is served by the Jubilee line and Metropolitan line. Wembley Central Station, on the other hand, is served by the Bakerloo line and London Overground line connecting them both to most of London. Wembley Stadium Station is a mainline station that connects the rest of the country to London Marylebone.

Whichever station you arrive at, you’re no more than a short 15-minute walk from the Stadium.

FA Cup final trains run from all corners of the country. If you’re travelling from The Midlands, The North West, or Scotland you’ll want to book your train early. Book with Avanti West Coast to get the best possible price.

What to do at the FA Cup Final

The FA Cup is one of the most popular and widely attended domestic football events in the world.

Wembley is one of the most iconic sporting stadiums in the world. With 90,000 seats, it’s the largest sports venue in the UK and the second-largest stadium in Europe. On-site, there are 34 bars, eight restaurants, and 688 food and drink service points. There’s also a sliding roof to protect guests from the rain.

Spectators to the FA Cup Final won’t be short of places to eat and drink or for entertainment. In 2022, British artist Raye sang the national anthem. They did so at both the Cup Final between Chelsea and Liverpool as well as the Vitality Women's FA Cup Final.

About the FA Cup Final

The FA Cup Final in 2023 is set to take place at Wembley Stadium, London on Saturday 3rd June.

The annual FA Cup consists of 12 randomly-drawn rounds, the first six of which are qualifying rounds, followed by the semi-finals and then a final match.

The traditional home of the Final, Wembley has hosted the FA Cup Final consistently from 1923 to 2000. Between 2001 and 2006, Millennium Stadium in Cardiff hosted the FA Cup, before the new Wembley Stadium opened in 2007 to see the finals return.

Ways to save on your train ticket to the FA Cup Final

When you book your trains to the FA Cup Final, be sure you don’t pay more than you have to for travel. The best ways to save on your train fare include booking in advance or travelling off-peak. If you’re a student, make use of your student railcard.

For all the best train ticket prices, book well in advance at Avanti West Coast.

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Getting to the FA Cup Final

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Wembley Central Station