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Gameday at Twickenham

Posted Oct 23, 2017

TRAVEL ADVICE FOR GETTING TO TWICKENHAM STADIUM

For the Browns/Vikings game, the Tailgate begins at 09:30, with stage show lasting until 12:30. The game starts at 13:30 and you should aim to be in the stadium not later than 13:00. After the game the Tailgate Party re-opens and will stay open for 90 minute following the completion of the game to give local stations time to become quieter. Serving food and drink and showing NFL RedZone on our large screens, you can continue the gameday celebrations after the final whistle.

Visit www.nfluk.com/fanmobilepass to register or download the London Games App to apply for some amazing gameday fan experiences at Twickenham!

There are numerous ways to get to Twickenham Stadium:

TRAIN

  • The quickest and most popular way to get to the game is via train to Twickenham Station.
  • South Western Railyway trains will operate frequent services from London Waterloo to Twickenham Station, just a 15 minute walk from the Stadium.
  • Alternatively, if you have more time you and want a less crowed route, you can alight at Richmond Station on south west trains and the London Underground, district line or nearby Hounslow Central on the Piccadilly Line.
  • Trains will be busy so book your tickets and try to collect in advance from a local station to save time on the day.

SHUTTLE BUSES (limited availability)

  • Richmond Station: Free shuttle buses are on offer pre and post game from Richmond. Post game the bus will load from Rugby Road just outside Gate D.
  • Hounslow Central: Free shuttle bus running every five minutes with a journey time of 15 minutes, or you could walk (approximately 25 minutes). The Piccadilly Underground Line takes you into central London.
  • Waterloo shuttle: Available post game. A free shuttle bus from the stadium direct to London Waterloo takes about 40 minutes so will be quicker overall than using Twickenham station. Please note this service is ONLY available after the game.

CAR PARK AND RIDE (limited availability)

  • There is no dedicated spectator car parking at or anywhere near the stadium except for blue badge holders.
  • Park & Ride is available at: Hounslow Civic Centre (postcode TW3 4DN). There is a park and ride service available from Hounslow Park on gameday.
  • The Park & Ride site opens five hours before the game and for three hours after the final whistle. It costs £20 per vehicle. From Hounslow Civic Centre a shuttle bus runs every 5 minutes. It takes 15 minutes to the stadium and also picks up and drops off at Hounslow Central Station.
  • To save on petrol and reduce the number of cars attending the event have you thought about car sharing? There are a number of good car sharing websites such as www.blablacar.co.uk and www.liftshare.com. Search ‘car sharing’ on line to see which works best for you.

ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORT

  • There is limited blue badge parking near the stadium. These have been offered on a first come first served basis to those ticketholders who have let us know that they or their group has accessibility needs. To access the blue badge carpark you will need a Parking Permit.

NFL SHOP AT BROWNS/VIKINGS GAME 

  • South Store 9:30am – 8pm
  • Tailgate 9:30am – 6pm
  • Click & Collect 9:30am – 8pm (located between gates D and E)
  • Units outside 9:30am – 8pm
  • Units inside 9:30am – 8pm

OTHER HINTS AND TIPS

  • Check what you’re allowed to bring – there will be security checks on arrival.
  • Travel light, the NFL operates a bag policy. We advise that you do NOT bring a bag into the stadium for this event unless they adhere to the regulations outlined at; www.nfluk.com/bag-policy.html
  • Be prepared for the elements – much of Twickenham is outdoors.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU TO NFL AT TWICKENHAM!


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