To ensure a safe and fast travel to Wembley Stadium, travelling supporters can find some information below. You can also consult the website of the stadium for further information. You can also dowload the Wembley Stadium app: for iPhone for Android Going to Wembley Stadium You can easily reach the stadium by train, underground, bus and taxi. Below are the train and underground lines which are closest to the Stadium. UNDERGROUND: Wembley Park Station ( 5-7 minute walk - Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines - the grey and purple line) TRAIN: Wembley Stadium Station (3-5 minute walk - Chiltern Railways). TRAIN: Wembley Central Station (15-20 minute walk - Bakerloo, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines) >> Further info: HOW DO I GET TO WEMBLEY STADIUM: >>Download the underground map Access to the stadium Onze supporters zitten verdeeld over de vakken 113-119 en vakken 520 en 521. Via de links hieronder kan je een grondplan van niveau 1 en niveau 5 bekijken en downloaden. U vindt er ook de juiste ingangen om de vakken te betreden. Our supporters will be in seating blocks 113-119 and 520-526. Through the links given below, you can consult and dowload the maps of levels 1 and 5. You can also check through which entrance you can enter the stadium. Access Level 1. Access Level 5. Car Park Supporters kunnen ook met de wagen of met eigen busvervoer naar Wembley reizen. Wie dat wil kan naast Wembley parkeren mits betaling. Reserveren kan via deze link van Wembley Park. Supporters can reach the stadium by car or by bus and park around the stadium for a fee CAR: RED Car Park BUS: YELLOW Car Park >> >>Download the car park map here The Ghent police department will also be present in London to offer assistance to our supporters.
On Thursday the 23rd of February, we will play our return fixture against Tottenham in the Mythical Wembley Stadium. For this game, more than 7000 Buffalo-supporters are travelling to London. Below you will find some information about the meeting points around the stadium and the Corteo.
Just like every year, the Buffalos visited the "Halvastenfoor" fair at Gent's St-Peter's Square. The weather was nice and our supporters made some amazing memories with their favourite players at the fair's several attractions. We put the best pictures of this day in the compilation below.
Our friends at Copa 90 want to make a video of our trip to Wembley like they did with our game against Club Brugge. They ask to send them some pictures and videos of the atmosphere in Londen and before, during and after the game. You can send them your picture via Wetransfer or email to email@example.com or tweet them @copa90. Film horizontally and don't show the pitch. Thank you for your help Buffalos!
On thursday the 23rd of February at 9:05 PM, over 7000 Buffalos will be in London to watch our return fixture of the Round of 32 of the Europa League in Wembley. For this game, the club received more tickets than ussual because of the excellent reputation of our home, as well as our away fans. You've always been the best ambassadors for our club and city. However, each country is different and its police acts in a different way than ours. This is why we give some advice in order to celebrate our Ghentennial, our hundredth European game, in the best possible way. We know our trip to Wembley will be a grand celebration but there is no harm in pointing out some important focus points.
The renewed fanshop is made to look like a pitch. You enter through the first goal and walk along the players' running lines. There's a seat to rest on the centre spot as well as a miniature stand. Paying at the checkout rounds up the experience as the desks are designed as a second goal.