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Twickenham Stadium

Matchday Travel: Twickenham

Like Wembley, Lord's and other major grounds in London, the best way to get to Twickenham is by public transport.

By Tube and train

South West Trains run into Twickenham station from Waterloo and from there it is just a short walk to the stadium. London Overground also runs into Richmond station nearby.

You can also take the Underground to Richmond on the District Line and Hounslow is nearby on the Piccadilly Line.

By bus

On major matchdays, the RFU lay on a shuttle bus service between Richmond and the stadium. The journey costs 50p on trips to Twickenham, but is free on the way back.

Alternatively, buses 281, 267 and H22 have regular services which stop near the stadium, or you can take the R68, R70, 290 or 490 to Twickenham town centre and it's a 10-15 minute walk from there.

By road

Leave the M25 at J12 and join the northbound M3 which becomes the A316. The stadium is off the Whitton Road roundabout.

The RFU advise that you get there early to avoid congestion and any temporary road closures put in before a match.


You can't park on streets surrounding the stadium as they are for resident permit holders only - if you do, your car will be towed away.

Parking on international matchdays is very limited and usually pre-allocated, however you can generally park at the stadium for non-international matches and concerts as long as you book in advance.

7th February: England v Italy, 15.00 GMT

15th March: England v France, 15.00 GMT

21st March: England v Scotland, 15.30 GMT

last updated: 03/02/2009 at 11:45
created: 11/06/2008

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