Euro 2020

The UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2020) tournament will be taking place between Friday 11 June 2021 and Sunday 11 July 2021.

Travel advice for Euro 2020

The Euros will be different this year due to Covid-19 restrictions and we encourage you to plan ahead as services to and from London are likely to be busier than usual.

Those travelling to matches at Wembley without tickets should consider their plans as there will be limited public screening of the matches.

If you are travelling to London:

  • Do Not Travel – if you have any Coronavirus symptoms or are generally feeling unwell. Refer to the NHS latest advice on symptoms here.
  • Allow plenty of time to make your journey – Plan your journey and if possible, try to avoid travelling during the busiest times of the day or avoid the busiest trains. To help you do this, you can use our Seat Finder Tool.
  • Be considerate of others by keeping a safe and sensible distance from other customers and our colleagues. Due to high demand on and around match days social distancing capacity onboard our trains may be affected.
  • You must wear a face covering indoors at the station and on the train unless exempt.

Find out more about Coronavirus Travel Information

Fixtures at Wembley Stadium

On our network you can travel to London St Pancras with easy onward travel to Wembley Stadium. Euro 2020 matches held at Wembley Stadium include three group stage matches, two round-of-16 matches, both semi-finals and the tournament final.

  • 13 June 2021 – England vs Croatia
  • 18 June 2021 – England vs Scotland
  • 22 June 2021 – England vs Czech Republic
  • 26 June 2021 – Round of 16 match
  • 29 June – Round of 16 match
  • 5 July 2021 – Semi-final
  • 6 July 2021 – Semi-final
  • 11 July – Final

Travel guidance for the 17 – 19 June

For the England vs Scotland match on the 18 June, we expect our services to be very busy. As a result our trains to and from London will be busier than usual from 17 to the 19 June.

Travelling to Wembley Stadium

The nearest East Midlands Railway station is London St Pancras. Wembley Park Station is five stops on the London Underground Metropolitan Line.

Find out more about getting to Wembley Stadium.

The FA has announced that they hope to be able to seat 20,000 for the group and round of 16 matches, before increasing this to 45,000 for the semi-finals and final. All matches are ticketed and we advise those travelling to the matches without tickets to consider their plans as there will be limited public screenings of matches.