Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham: Awayday Guide
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR v FULHAM
SATURDAY 18 AUGUST 2018
Fulham’s first away fixture of the 2018/2019 Premier League season has been switched to Wembley Stadium due to delays in completing Tottenham’s new stadium. There are a number of travel issues and alterations that could affect supporters’ journeys to and from the match tomorrow, which we hope to summarise below.
Fulham have sold their full away allocation for this fixture. There will be no away tickets available on the day.
RAILWAY ENGINEERING WORKS AND SERVICE ALTERATIONS
There are extensive engineering works taking place on the West Cost Mainline, which will impact train services out of London Euston station. There will be no Virgin Trains or West Midlands Trains running between London Euston and Milton Keynes Central and no London Overground services between London Euston and Watford Junction. London Underground Bakerloo line services will terminate at Queen’s Park. A rail replacement bus service will be in operation between Milton Keynes Central and Stanmore station, linking to London Underground Jubilee Line services.
This means there will be no Bakerloo or London Overground services
calling at Wembley Central station on Saturday. Fulham supporters are
strongly advised to take the London Underground to Wembley Park
(Metropolitan or Jubilee Lines) or use the Chiltern Rail services to and
from Wembley Stadium station. TfL have informed us that there will be
an ‘enhanced Metropolitan line’ service operating on Saturday afternoon
to cater for demand.
TRAVELLING BY CAR
There will be no parking available at Wembley Stadium or in the surrounding streets. Wembley Stadium does operate a park and ride scheme and more details are available here.
TRAVELLING BY BUS
The 18, 83, 92 and 224 bus routes stop in close proximity to Wembley Stadium.
The designated away pub for this fixture is The Green Man (Dagmar Avenue, Wembley HA9 8DF). Most of the usual pubs around the stadium will be open, but it is up to individual landlords as to whether they will accept visiting supporters.
Wembley Stadium will be operating a cashless service at this fixture in order to reduce delays and queuing at the kiosks and bars within the stadium.