Getting Here

On a match day there are up to 82,000 visitors travelling to the stadium on one day. We want to make sure you are best informed about how to get to the stadium to ensure your journey is as easy as possible.

Our bars open 2-3.5 hours before kick-off depending on the match, so to avoid heavy conjestion we suggest leaving early and joining us for a drink or two before the game starts. For further information please see our bar opening times.

We have been operating enhanced security measures at Twickenham Stadium for some time and will continue to do so. Fans should allow extra time to access the stadium, avoid bringing large bags with them and get here as early as possible - ideally an hour prior to kick off.

By Air
Twickenham Stadium is approximately six miles from London Heathrow, 20 miles from London City Airport, 30 miles from London Gatwick and 40 miles from London Luton.

By Train/London Underground
The nearest train station is Twickenham, which is a 10 minute walk from the stadium. Turn right out of the station, and then continue down Whitton Road. Regular trains run to Twickenham from London Waterloo, Clapham Junction, Reading, Ascot and Windsor & Eton Riverside.
Other stations in the vicinity of the stadium are Whitton, St Margarets and Hounslow.
The London Overground service also runs from Richmond to North London and Stratford.
The nearest Underground stations are Hounslow East for the Piccadilly Line, and Richmond for the District Line.

Park & Ride at Twickenham Stadium
We are pleased to offer a park & ride facility from Hounslow Civic Centre (postcode TW3 4DN) to Twickenham Stadium for England matches.
This service offers fans an added option for getting to and from the stadium conveniently via accessible shuttle bus. The service will enhance final movements into Twickenham, helping to reduce traffic and waiting time to access the home of England Rugby.

Park & ride tickets must be pre-booked. Fans purchasing park & ride tickets will receive an email confirmation of their order, along with details of what to do on the day and directions to follow. Fans will receive their travel passes upon arrival at Hounslow Civic Centre.

Please book your space at the park & ride site now as spaces are limited. It costs £20 per vehicle. Book here.

The shuttle bus runs every 5 minutes. It takes 15 minutes to the stadium and also picks up and drops off at Hounslow Central Station.

For England matches:
The park & ride site opens three hours before kick-off and for three hours after the final whistle.

By Bus
The buses 281, 481, 267, 681 and H20 each have regular services which pass close to the stadium.
Alternatively take the R68, R70, 33, 110, 290, H22 or 490 to Twickenham town centre - the stadium is a 10-15 minute walk.

By Road
Twickenham Stadium is on the northern side of the A316 into London. From the M25, exit J12 onto the M3. This becomes the A316 and Twickenham Stadium is off the Whitton Road roundabout next to the Lexus/Toyota car dealership. From London, turn right off the A316 at Whitton Road roundabout. Please arrive EARLY to avoid congestion and temporary road closures prior to the event.

Car Parking
A controlled parking zone operates over an area of approximately one mile around the stadium. Fines and towing are enforced in this area, including Sundays. To pre-book parking at Twickenham Stadium please visit Twickenham Parking to book online, or download a booking form.

Taxi and Private Hire vehicles
For major events at the stadium, a dedicated drop off and collection point for private hire vehicles has been allocated in The Twickenham Stoop, Langhorn Drive, Twickenham.

This is regulated by the Local Authority, TFL and is stewarded by the RFU. It is free of charge.

The black cab rank can be found on London Road, Twickenham.
Vehicles should not illegally park in the surrounding streets waiting to collect clients as they will be subject to Local Authority Fixed Penalty Notices

Cycle parking facilities are available next to the Ticket Office in the south east corner of the stadium.

Disabled Facilities & Access
Please contact or take a look at the dedicated Disabled Facilities page.

Plan your visit

Twickenham Stadium is proud to be one of the leading sports venues in the world. There is no day more exciting than watching your first match at Twickenham, and we want you to be as prepared and well informed as possible.