Public transport is the best and easiest way to get to and from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Spectators travelling to London Stadium via bus can benefit from any of the following services:
- 388 between Blackfriars and Stratford City. This service runs from central London to Stratford, going through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and stopping at the Copper Box Arena and Westfield Avenue, near to London Aquatics Centre.
- 308 between Clapton and Wanstead. This service stops at Stratford City near the station entrance, and Celebration Avenue in East Village.
- 339 between Leytonstone and Shadwell. This service stops at Stratford City, near the station entrance, as well as at the London Aquatics Centre, on Carpenters Road at King’s Yard before exiting the Park at White Post Lane.
- D8 between Crossharbour and Stratford International. This service travels through Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, including stops at Carpenters Road and Pool Street, next to the London Aquatics Centre.
For more information regarding bus travel to London Stadium, visit Transport For London’s website here.
Roads around the stadium will be extremely busy so please plan your journey and give yourself plenty of time to get to the stadium.
Stratford has a number of accessible transport options, all the details of which you can found on the TFL website: https://tfl.gov.uk/transport-accessibility/
For those who require it, an Accessible Shuttle Service will run from next to Platform 13, which is served directly by the Jubilee Line, at Stratford Station to the Stadium. There is step-free access from all lines to Platform 13.
The shuttle service timings are:
10.00am – 1.00pm and then again from 3.30pm – 5.30pm*
Pick ups will be from platform 13 to Bridge 3 at the Stadium. The last shuttle bus leaving the stadium will be at 5.30pm
*Please note timings are subject to change
The Accessible Shuttle will drop off and pick up at the London Stadium on Marshgate Lane adjacent to Bridge 3 (North West side of Stadium).
Please be aware that demand for the return shuttle service immediately after the event will be high and at this time there may be a delay in boarding a shuttle service. At busy times the service may be limited to one companion per wheelchair user. Immediately after the games have finished a vehicle curfew is put in place by the stadium safety officer, this means the shuttle buses may not be able to operate for around 30 minutes until is it safe to do so.
The recommended stations for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are:
Stratford and Stratford International
London Stadium is served by 58 trains per hour through Stratford, with services running from the following locations:
Stratford station (20 minute walk) is served by the following:
Central & Jubilee lines
Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
National Rail services operated by Greater Anglia and C2C.
Stratford international station (20 minute walk) is served by the following:
Docklands Light Railway (DLR)
Southeastern High Speed 1 services
Hackney Wick station (20 minute walk) is served by the London Overground
For more information regarding train travel to London Stadium, visit Transport For London’s website here.
We’d advise all spectators to take advantage of the extensive public transport network servicing London Stadium, with access roads disrupted during event days.
No spectator parking is available at the stadium.
The closest car parks to London Stadium are situated in Stratford International Station and Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford
Details for Blue Badge Parking are still being finalised. For more information please visit our Accessibility page.