Wembley event day parking restrictions for 29 and 30 May

Wembley Stadium hosts the Coca Cola Championship League One and League Two Play Off Finals on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 May 2010 with kick off scheduled for 3pm on both days.

Wembley Stadium Protective Parking Scheme Restrictions will apply throughout the Wembley Stadium Event Day Zone from 8am until midnight on main routes, and 10am until midnight in residential areas within the 1.5 mile radius of Wembley Stadium on 29 May and 30 May 2010.

Anyone who is parked illegally within the event day zone will be issued with a parking ticket and may have their vehicle towed away.

Residents, their visitors and businesses within this zone that have special event day permits will be able to park in these roads and are advised to display their permits on 29 May and 30 May 2010.

The ‘event today’ signs throughout the zone will be flipped from the afternoon of 28 May to ensure all signs are flipped in time for the event.

Further info: LINK

Source: Brent Council


2 thoughts on “Wembley event day parking restrictions for 29 and 30 May

  1. Hi, Just came across this article just now. I am travelling down to London to treat my family from Newcastle and have booked car park space by a company called Stadium Car Parks, I will not be penalised for this will i?

    Wembley Parking

  2. I’m not aware of the company. The restrictions only apply when there is a major event at the Wembley Stadium and on public roads withing the Stadium event zone. If you have arrangement from this company to park on land that is not a public road, you will not be penalised.

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