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.
Get to your seats
Please leave plenty of time to pass through security at our perimeter ticketing turnstiles at Twickenham Stadium in order to get to your seats in time for kick off.
Travel to Twickenham for major events
Due to ongoing improvement works at Twickenham stationcustomers are advised that Whitton station is an alternative option.
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 the 2019 Guinness Six Nations. This is due to ongoing 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.
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.
Twickenham Station Improvement Work
From Summer 2017, a new development of 115 homes at Twickenham is being put into place. As part of the plans, a new station is being built around a brand new public plaza. The plaza will include shops and create a modern gateway to Twickenham. You can see the plans on twickenhamforward.com.
From the end of August 2017, there is a new station entrance and temporary ticket office from the side of Platform 3.
At the temporary station:
- Train services will continue to operate as planned.
- You are able to access ticket machines.
- Staff will be able to assist you between 0840 and 2020 Monday to Saturday and from 0740 until 1910 on Sundays.
- There are replacement cycle parking facilities.
- There is one Blue Badge holders bay, one 'Kiss and Ride' bay and two taxi pick up and drop off bays adjacent to the new station entrance.
- The new station is expected to open in Spring 2019 and the project is due to be completed by the end of 2020. It will have lifts to the platforms, a significantly larger ticket office and more cycle parking spaces, as well as a pedestrian walkway to Moormead.