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Fans' Guide | Papa Johns Trophy Final

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Over 38.000 members of the Green Army will make the trip from Home Park to the home of football for the club's maiden cup final on Sunday, kick off 3pm.

Joining us at Wembley Stadium? Of course you are. Read on for your fans' guide.

Fans' Guide to the Papa Johns Trophy Final

Getting there

By car

Wembley Stadium is accessible via a range of public transport options, so driving to the ground is actively discouraged by the venue in a bid to limit the carbon footprint of those visiting. However, should you need to drive, please note the following information regarding parking:

  • Event day parking at Wembley Stadium is limited and must be booked in advance via the Wembley Official Parking website. Any vehicles which do not pre-book will not be granted access to the stadium car parks.
  • Please only use official stadium car parks – but book early as they fill up. 
  • Argyle have been allocated the “pink” car park at Wembley, which is the official car park for the team in the West side of the ground.
  • There is no street parking available in local areas, as this is reserved for local residents only. For full information on the area’s restrictions on match days, please visit: https://www.brent.gov.uk/eventdayparking
  • Avoid ‘pop-up’ car parks – many private car parks appear on event days, but supporters are warned against using them, as these venues may not have the correct insurance in place, so you are not covered in the event something happens to your car and the car park is at fault. These car parks are also not patrolled/do not have security and are poorly lit, which makes them difficult to navigate.
  • For those looking to utilise a Park & Ride facility, please see https://help.wembleystadium.com/support/solutions/articles/7000028393-park-ride-locations-close-to-wembley-stadium- for a full list of all suitable options.

Blue badge parking is available for ticket-holders with accessibility needs and this can also be booked directly through the Wembley Official Parking website. For any further accessibility requirements, please review Wembley Stadium’s Access Information page, or visit the Guest support portal.


National Rail

Supporters are encouraged to plan their journeys in advance to avoid disappointment or delay to their travel.  All those travelling by rail should plan to arrive at Wembley stations no later than one hour prior to kick-off, to allow sufficient time to walk to and enter the stadium.

Please check the National Rail Enquiries and TfL websites on event day for real-time travel information and status updates.

With the help of GWR, we have compiled a rail guide for supporters travelling from the South West. Click here to read it.

London Underground

Wembley Stadium benefits from easy access to three rail / London Underground stations. These are:

Wembley Park Station (London Underground Jubilee and Metropolitan lines)
Wembley Stadium Station (Chiltern Railways)
Wembley Central Station (London Underground Bakerloo line, London Overground, London Midland and Southern lines)

Step-free access and low-level ticket machines are available at all three stations. However, Wembley Central Station is step-free from street to platform, but not from platform to train.

Wembley Park Station is only two stops from Baker Street on the London Underground Metropolitan line, and is also served by the Jubilee line for further connections across the Underground network.

Wembley Stadium Station is one stop from London Marylebone on Chiltern Railways, and Wembley Central Station is on the London Underground Bakerloo line and London Overground line from Watford Junction to London Euston.


Wembley is well served by local buses, including the 18/N18, 83/N83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 297 and 483 serving routes across North West London and to and from Central London. 

You can pay for your bus fare with an Oyster card, Visitor Oyster card, Travelcard or UK-issued contactless payment card. Just touch one of these on the card reader as you board. 


Supporters travelling with the official Miles Away Travel Club service, which departs at 6am, are advised to read our full departure information article here.

Alternatively, National Express services are available to take you directly to Wembley Stadium and drop off at the stadium from over 50 locations around the UK. To book a National Express service, visit the National Express website or call 08717 81 81 81.


Public transport is the best way to get to Wembley, especially during peak traffic. But if you really need a taxi outside peak traffic times, please only use a licensed cab. 

An event day taxi rank is located on Engineers Way next to Wembley Arena. 

You can search for licensed mini cab providers across London here.


Anyone without a ticket should not travel to the game.

Fans with tickets are advised to check they are seated in the appropriate area of the stadium. Any supporter who is identified in opposition areas will be ejected from the stadium for breaching the FA’s ground regulations and be subject to each club’s own sanctions process.


As of 11am on Wednesday, 29 March, the total tickets sold to the Green Army stands at a staggering 38,180. Thank you all for the wonderful support.

All tickets now being booked are being sent via email for digital download or a print at home option.

The email comes with the option to download to Apple Wallet or Google Pay. Please ensure that you have the most recent version for the relevant apps. If using Google Pay, you will need to ensure that your default browser is Google in order to download.

There will also be a pdf attachment on the email, this contains your tickets for printing.

If you have not received your tickets within 24 hours from booking, please either call the Home Park Ticket Office on 01752 907700, during office hours of 9am to 3pm, or email tickets@pafc.co.uk. If you are emailing, please provide all details for us to find the booking.

Tickets will continue to be on sale from ArgyleTickets.com until 9am on Friday, 31 March, and from Ticketmaster on 0844 453 9959 until 5pm on Thursday, 30 March.

Wheelchair users and ambulant disabled supporters should come through the Home Park Ticket Office before 3pm on Thursday, 30 March.

Requests for re-prints on tickets need to be with the Home Park Ticket Office by 3pm on Thursday 30 March.

Any requests received between 3pm on Thursday, 30 March and 3pm on Friday, 31 March, will be forwarded to Wembley, who will send your tickets to you as print at home tickets. Supporters should expect to receive an email from tickets@wembleystadium.com by 5pm on Friday, 31 March.

Reprint requests received after 3pm will be made available for collection, at the Team West Ticket Office, from 11am on match day. Please ensure you have a valid photo ID with you, as this will be required prior to tickets being handed over.

Tickets will go back onto sale from 11am on Friday, 31 March, but these will be ONLINE ONLY and will still be subject to accounts being valid prior to midnight on 15 March and with a maximum of six tickets per Supporter ID.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no sales from the Team West Ticket Office on match day.


Allocated bars

In addition to the official Fan Zone located at Wembley Stadium itself, Argyle supporters will be able to soak up the pre-match atmosphere at a number of venues across the city.

As Argyle have been allocated the West side of the Stadium, the approved venues for our supporters to visit are as follows:

The Green Man, Dagmar Avenue, Wembley, HA9 8DF. 0208 9031441/07595 051937

Black Sheep, 2 Olympic Way, Wembley Park, HA9 0GU

Crystals (Sports Bar & Aqua Lounge), 1 Popin Building, Southway, HA9 0HB. 02035765765/07985 195277

The Arch, 324 Harrow Rd, Wembley , HA9 6LL. 0208 1271141

Station 31, 299-303 Harrow Rd, Wembley, HA9 6BD. 0208 9000173

The Liquor Station, 397A High Rd, Wembley, HA9 6AA. 020 8903 0159

JJ Moons, 397 High Rd, Wembley, HA9 6AA. 020 8903 4923

La Regina, St George's Hotel, 43-51 Wembley Hill Rd, Wembley, HA9 8AU. 020 8900 0662

White Horse, 4 Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley Park, Wembley HA9 0HP. 020 8237 8037

Box Park, Olympic Way, Wembley Park, Wembley, HA9 0JT


Neutral venues

There are also a number of cafes, restaurants and bars in and around Wembley that haven't been allocated to either team, where you can enjoy a meal or pre-match drink.

Visit the London Designer Outlet website (www.londondesigneroutlet.com) for more information on many of the restaurants listed below.

Swan Pub, 789 Harrow Road, Wembley, HA0 2LP. 020 8904 6933

Arena Lounge, 652 Harrow Road, Wembley, HA0 2HA. 020 8248 1280/07857820000

The Barrel & Corner, 610-612 High Rd, Wembley HA0 2AF. 020 8900 2947

 Trader Wembley, 87 Ealing Road, Wembley, HA0 4BD. 07411 118183

TGI Friday, 1 Wembley Park Boulevard, Wembley Park, HA9 0TG.

 Pasta Remoli, 10 Exhibition Way, Wembley Park, HA9 0FU

 Masalchi by Atul Kochar, 2 Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley Park, HA9 0HP

 Bread Ahead, 26-28 Olympic Way, Wembley Park, HA9 0NP

 Frankie & Benny's, London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, HA9 0FD

JRC Global Buffet, London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, HA9 0FD

Las Iguanas, London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, HA9 0FD

Wagamama, London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, HA9 0FD

Pizza Express, London Designer Outlet, Wembley Park Blvd, Wembley, HA9 0FD

Food and drink

Wembley has an extensive range of food and drinks available to purchase inside the stadium, including:

Draught Bars
Choose from a range of beers, hot and cold drinks, handcrafted pies, and confectionery. 

Bottle Bars
Express bars serving bottled beers, soft drinks and confectionery. 

Hot Dogs
Authentic Bavarian hog-skin hot dogs, served with cooked onions, mustard seeds and fresh chives. 

Wicks Manor Sausages
Enjoy 'Britain's Best Sausage 2013' from the family-run Wicks Manor farm. 

Chicken & Chips
Southern coated chicken and chips served with dips.

Burger & Chips
British beef burgers, served with crinkled cut chips and garnishes.


Stadium access

Hospitality (Club Wembley) turnstiles will open three hours before kick-off and general admission turnstiles will open two hours before kick-off. Please arrive early at the stadium to allow enough time for necessary security checks, including enhanced searches and bag checks.

Children (14 years and under) must be accompanied by an adult. Children under the age of two will not be permitted into the stadium.


Wembley Stadium is a welcoming and inclusive venue for all guests with access requirements, and provides a range of services for guests with specialist access requirements, including a shuttle service from Wembley Park Station.

Disabled Access Shuttle

Wembley Stadium operates a complimentary shuttle service from Wembley Park Station to Wembley Stadium. The operating hours for the shuttle will vary from event to event, however, generally the shuttle will operate from 30 minutes pre gates opening to 1 hour post final whistle or the event finishing.

The shuttle runs on a rotational basis approximately every 30 minutes from outside Wembley Park tube station directly to the junction of Rutherford and Engineers way without stopping and can fit up to 10 people. The shuttle is wheelchair accessible. If guests require additional support from the drop-off point, the Customer Engagement Team operate a 'pushing and chaperone' service for guests who require additional support on the day in terms of travel to and from their seat, similar to an airport. This service is not pre-bookable and can be accessed across all events at the stadium. 

The meeting point for the shuttle from Wembley Park Station is by the entry of the lift at Wembley Park tube station, adjacent to Olympic Way. The Customer Engagement Team will be on hand at the drop-off point to offer directions or any additional support required. At the end of the event, the shuttle bus collection point will be at the junction of Rutherford Way and Engineers Way and will drop off at Wembley Park Station.

Please note, the shuttle is operated by Brent Community Transport and whilst we advise on operational times any decisions on timings are ultimately made by them. 

Blue Badge Parking 

All parking for events at Wembley, including Blue Badge Parking, is booked via Wembley Official Parking. Please note, this is not managed by the stadium. If you have any questions, please get in touch with Wembley Official Parking directly.

Travelling by train or Tube? There are three stations serving Wembley. Wembley is on the Chiltern Railways line, which runs to and from the Midlands, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. London trains on this line depart from Marylebone station. You’ll find more detailed departure points here, although these may change on major event days. There are departure boards on each platform.

If you are a wheelchair user, you’ll need to call Chiltern Railways before travelling on 08456 005 165to make sure a wheelchair ramp is on standby for you.  

Wembley Stadium station is approximately 740 metres away from the stadium. Use the lifts to exit the station at street level, then turn right and head over The White Horse Bridge to access the stadium. 

Travelling by bus? The following buses run from Wembley Central and Wembley Park station to the stadium: 83, 92 and 182. However, on major event days it’s not a good idea to get the bus from these stations, because traffic is often very congested and some roads may be shut.  

It’s worth noting that not all buses that travel to Wembley Stadium are fully accessible. Please check before you travel by visiting TFL Accessible Buses’ website or calling London Buses’ customer services on 0845 300 7000.

Services and facilities at Wembley

Additional accessible services available at Wembley:

  • Lifts to the concourse and every level of the stadium
  • Accessible queue points
  • Lowered counters at retail outlets
  • Signage throughout the stadium, including tactile and visual indicators   
  • Dedicated lifts big enough for two wheelchair users, personal assistants and an attendant, found at every entrance
  • Assistance dogs are welcomed. There are two dog relieving stations (next to turnstiles B and C) on the east and west external public concourse. Should you require any support or assistance, please request support from a steward or the Customer Engagement Team who will be located at one of the stadium Information Points.
  • Audio Descriptive Commentary. Guests requiring Audio Descriptive Commentary can pick up a receiver on arrival at the stadium from one of the following internal Information Booths.  It is not possible to reserve one of these sets in advance – please ask a member of the Customer Engagement team on the day should you require use of this service. 
  • Induction loop facilities are available at all information desks, retail outlets and bars.  

Wheelchairs - the Customer Engagement Team operate a 'pushing and chaperone' service for guests who require additional support on the day in terms of travel to and from their seat.

  • This service is not pre-bookable and is available from the Red, Green and Blue Car Parks surrounding the stadium, and anywhere on the stadium footprint. The service can be requested by speaking to one of the Customer Engagement Team members in red jackets with 'here to help' on the back.

    In addition, guests can be collected or taken to the shuttle bus pick-up point on Rutherford Way. (Disabled Access Shuttle) The service does not currently operate to Pink Car Park. Unfortunately, we are unable to take guests to hotels or other areas on the wider Wembley estate.
  • There are 147 accessible toilets within the stadium. These are all accessed by RADAR key. Should you require access please request assistance from a steward or Customer Engagement Team member who will be able to provide access. Stewards are located across the concourse of the venue, the Customer Engagement Team will be positioned within the nearest information point.
  • Changing Places. There are two Changing Places units in the stadium, located on Level 1 at Block 104 and Level 5 at Block 552. If you require access, please speak to a member of the Customer Engagement team who will be able to direct you.
  • Trained stewards and staff members are on hand to assist guests with access requirements. Each viewing platform has a dedicated steward to help if required.
  • Accessible public telephones are located on all public concourses.  
  • Information desks are available across level 1, 2 & 5. Information Point facilities can help with: 

    Loan of Assisted Listening Devices and Wheelchairs
    Young Visitor Wristbands
    First Visit Certificates and Stickers
    Lost and Found Claims
    General Information on Transport and local Facilities
    Questions and Feedback


These are allowed into the stadium during events; but please be aware that: 

  • There’s a maximum speed of 4mph. 
  • The maximum permitted size is 1200mm long (including footplates) and 700mm wide. 
Sensory and inclusion room

Wembley Stadium offers a dedicated sensory and inclusion room, with space for 12 guests. Each of the spaces have the ability for guests with autism and other sensory conditions to sit in the seats outside the box, or watch the match from within the box as required.  

The sensory room is divided into a lounge style area with seating, and an immersive space which contains equipment designed to assist guests with a wide range of access requirements. It holds a TV, interactive & immersive space and other sensory equipment to help with sensory overload and stimulation gained from being in a different environment. 

To make use of this space on the day, please contact Wembley’s Customer Engagement Team, visible in their red ‘Here to Help’ jackets. Please note that capacity is limited for this area and that spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

There is no additional charge to use this space for supporters who have already purchased a valid match ticket.

Help at Wembley Stadium

Should you require any assistance on the day, please contact Wembley’s Customer Engagement team, visible through their red “Here to Help” jackets, or at the following information points across the stadium:

Level 1 Information Point Locations:

Information Booth at Block 108
Information Booth at Block 137
Information Booth at Gate G (Block 104)
Information Booth at Gate H (Block 140)  

Level 2 Information Point Locations:

Member Services Booth at Block 212
Member Services Booth at Block 242

Level 5 Information Point Locations:

Information Booth at Block 514
Information Booth at Block 539

Restricted bag policy

Wembley Stadium operates a restricted bag policy. Each person can only bring one small bag into the stadium, and it must not be bigger than A4 size:

Height – 297mm (11.7 inches) - Width – 210mm (8.27 inches) - Depth – 210mm (8.27 inches)

Please note, this means the overall bag size – bags that are half-full and folded over to reduce their size will not be accepted. Anyone carrying bags that do not meet the criteria above will not be allowed into the stadium.

A bag drop facility is available next to the Ibis hotel on South Way.

No street drinking zone

Since 2022 Brent Council, and its partners, have enforced a no street drinking zone on Olympic Way and the surrounding area for ALL events at Wembley Stadium. This is part of the current Public Space Order Protection (PSPO) in place around the stadium on event days. More information on the order can be found here.

As part of the PSPO, shops and off-licences around Wembley Stadium are also banned from selling alcohol on match days.

Enforcement officers, who will be operating in the area, have the authority to remove any items of alcohol and hand out on the spot fines if people fail to co-operate. Fines can be up to £100.

Supporters wanting alcohol before the game should head for the licensed bars or restaurants in the area or make their way to the dedicated fan zones outside the stadium.

The PSPO also covers a range of other activities which are deemed as anti-social behaviour and have a negative impact on local residents’ quality of life. They include:

  • Use of illegal drugs or psychoactive substances
  • Littering (urination or defecation)
  • Littering (spitting)
  • Littering (bottles, cans, packets, food, paper, chewing gum, cigarette butts etc.)
  • Illegal trading (food or other items in the street)
  • Illegal trading of merchandise
  • Illegal trading of tickets (ticket touting)
  • Busking without consent
  • Pyrotechnics (including fireworks, flares or smoke emitters
  • Obstruction of the public highway, preventing the free flow of person’s movement
  • Flying of drones
Prohibited items

You CAN'T bring: 

  • Bags which don’t meet the stadium Bag Policy (medical exemptions apply) 
  • Large umbrellas
  • Aluminium and glass drink containers, plastic bottles over 500ml
  • Alcohol 
  • Food and drink
  • Pushchairs 
  • Selfie sticks
  • Weapons and tools 
  • Flares, lasers, smoke devices and cannisters 
  • Large-bodied cameras and camcorders
  • Drones 
  • Unauthorised musical instruments and vuvuzelas

You CAN bring:

  • Bags meeting our Bag Policy (medical exemptions apply) 
  • Small umbrellas
  • Clear empty plastic bottles 500ml or less
  • Small flags and banners (regulations apply) 
  • Crutches and walking aids

Wembley Stadium operates a zero-tolerance policy on any form of anti-social and discriminatory behaviour. If you witness any anti-social or discriminatory behaviour on the day, text HELP to 66566 or contact your nearest steward.

Persistent standing

Persistent standing during a match at Wembley Stadium is strictly forbidden (unless with a ticket for the safe standing area) and may result in ejection from the ground. Persistent standing not only compromises crowd safety, but also affects the matchday experience of fellow spectators, especially children and elderly people.


The use of pyrotechnics, flares and smoke devices inside or outside Wembley Stadium is illegal and prohibited. Anyone caught carrying or using pyrotechnical equipment inside the stadium will be immediately ejected from the stadium, banned from future events and dealt with by police. Those caught using pyrotechnic equipment anywhere outside of the stadium will be in breach of the PSPO order and face enforcement action.

Travelling home

Travelling home

Fans are asked to leave the ground promptly and avoid opting for the last train of the day.

Please allow for longer journey times from Wembley Stadium to London mainline stations due to crowd safety controls put in place to ensure safe station access for all passengers.

Please check National Rail Enquiries for the latest up-to-date information regarding your train home.