Visiting the Stadium

There are a number of ways to get to Twickenham Stadium. Please see more details here.

Travel advice for specific events will be posted here in the weeks before each event where relevant.

Travel advice:

Big Game 10: Harlequins v Northampton Saints

We have been advised that there is a District line closure on the Richmond branch (South Kensington to Ealing Broadway, Richmond and Edgware Road to Wimbledon, Earl's Court to Kensington (Olympia) closure) on Saturday, 30 December 2017.

South West Railways will be operating the usual event service and London Overground will be operating a full service from Richmond. Please plan your journey in advance and allow plenty of time to get to Twickenham Stadium.

Limited step-free access at Twickenham station

We have been advised by South Western Railway that there will be no step-free access to or from Platforms 4 and 5 at Twickenham station (fast trains to London and services to Reading) during special events at Twickenham until December 2017. This is due to station improvement works.

For full step-free access, passengers are advised to travel to Whitton. Additional station staff will be available at the station to assist passengers with their onward journey.

Alternatively, to exit Twickenham station during special events, passengers are advised to board the following services at London Waterloo, Vauxhall or Clapham Junction:

For Saturday events:

  • London Waterloo via Kingston or London Waterloo via Chiswick service.

For Sunday events:

  • London Waterloo via Kingston

For all return journeys from Twickenham to Windsor and Eton Riverside, Reading, Kingston and Chiswick, passengers requiring assistance should change at Richmond.

South Western Railway is sorry for the inconvenience and thanks customers for their patience.

Customers travelling by train for special events at Twickenham Stadium are advised that extended waiting times of up to 45 minutes to exit/enter the station are expected.