The Proper Wembley Guide Part 2

Here are a couple of other guides for SAFC fans heading to Wembley depending on how you get there. This time we cover driving down, getting the coach and the train from Wearside. If you’re going down on Saturday you should be reading Part 1.

by FulwellEnder Thursday, 27 February 2014 02:01 PM Comments

Here are a couple of other guides for SAFC fans heading to Wembley depending on how you get there. This time we cover driving down, getting the coach and the train from Wearside. If you’re going down on Saturday you should be reading Part 1.

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If you're driving down on the day itself then don't drive and park at Wembley. Costs a fortune and traffic is a nightmare.

Sometimes we have stopped at Harrow on the Hill and got the tube into London from there. I think it is under 10 minutes to Wembley Park and there are plenty of pubs and food places to grab somewhere to eat.

You're on the same tube line as Wembley so it's a doddle and much better than getting parked up at Wembley.

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If you're getting the coach down or are parking at Wembley you will be fully briefed on the pubs in Wembley. If you're not the club have put together a list which can be found by clicking here.

I don't know any of these but on the few times I've been to Wembley I've never thought it was a fantastic area. From Wembley Park you are about 10 minutes from Baker St to the south and Harrow On The Hill to the north. If you get there in enough time and fancy a drink I'd suggest any of these as a more preferable place to grab a pint in a glass at reasonable prices.

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If you're on the train down then no Sunderland arrival into London would be right without a trip to Millers at Kings Cross. It's always a popular stop off for fans whenever we are in London.

Getting to Wembley couldn't be any easier from Kings Cross. Just jump on (not under) a metropolitan line train and it will take you directly to Wembley.

If you fancy a drink in Baker Street first then the circle, the Hammersmith, City as well as the Metropolitan line will take you there.