Andorra game travel chaos
by Roxanne Blakelock Tonight s big World Cup qualifier between England and Andorra will go ahead as planned despite the tube strike which will hinder many fans journeys. The game, to be held at Wembley Stadium, will kick off at 8.15pm as
by Roxanne Blakelock
Tonight's big World Cup qualifier between England and Andorra will go ahead as planned despite the tube strike which will hinder many fans' journeys.
The game, to be held at Wembley Stadium, will kick off at 8.15pm as planned but the
turnstiles will now open earlier at 5.45pm to ease the disruption.
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Some underground lines are running but fans are being advised to check before travelling and not rely on public transport for their whole journey if possible.
Brent Council confirmed that the normal Wembley Stadium event day parking restrictions will apply today.
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Visitors without pre-paid parking should not expect to park within a two mile radius of the stadium.
Further details about parking restrictions can be found at www.brent.gov.uk/eventday.
For more travel details visit: www.tfl.gov.uk