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England’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Thursday 5 October will still be going ahead irrespective of the planned tube strike.
The FA is committed to helping as many supporters as possible attend the match.
Over the past few days we have been working with Transport for London [TfL] and our transport partner, National Express, to set up a range of transport options to help you get to and from Wembley.
These additional services will remain in place even if the strike is cancelled. These include:
An enhanced coach network to Wembley Stadium from across the UK, courtesy of Official Coach Supplier National Express. For more information and to book visit the National Express website.
In addition, a shuttle service for ticket holders only from Waterloo and King's Cross rail stations will be available. There is a £1 booking fee and bookings can be made from midday on Tuesday 3 October. Please visit the National Express Wembley shuttle service to secure your seat.
TfL will be running more buses to the Stadium. Check out the TfL bus map for a full list of buses travelling to Wembley Stadium and please remember to allow extra time for your journey to the stadium.
Additional parking has also been secured – please pre-book via the Wembley Park portal.
If the strike goes ahead and you are no longer able to attend the match, you will automatically be refunded within 28 days onto the original payment card used.
We thank supporters for their understanding and hope to see as many of you as possible for this penultimate World Cup qualifier.
Anyway to discount the coach costs? Travelling down to Plymouth on the national express is extremely high 3 days before the game.
I assume caps will be awarded for non attendance in genuine cases....?
A big pat on the back for the FA !! They have obviously worked very hard on our behalf to help as many people as possible to get to the game. This might not provide a solution for everybody but it's a pretty good effort.
Do you have to prove you have tickets whilst boarding the shuttle bus. My family were going to meet me at the fanzone but i hold all the tickets
It is hard enough to get to Wembley when the trains are running. So sod that!
Tried booking the shuttle bus from King's Cross and it says "invalid from station"
Coach link not working on phone any advice
What time will the buses back to Kings Cross be arriving there, our last train is 2330, and what if you want to leave before the end after watching what will be a fustrating game of holding the ball in midfield
Julian / Mark - the article states the National Express Wembley Shuttle is bookable FROM MIDDAY TOMORROW!!
Then I should have read it properly then eh! looks like im going to miss out on my half price hotdog if the strike goes ahead.
Again , I assume caps will be awarded for non attendance due to the strike ?
Will caps be awarded for non-attendance please Team England? (or will there be no caps applied for the match to anyone)
My mate emailed the FA to see if Caps would still be awarded and they said not.
I cant see why the FA cant put on Buses straight after the game back to the train station not 45 minutes after full time.
45 minutes after kick off is no good for people have trains leaving at 11 o clock.
Always free Buses outside Twickenham leaving straight after full time back to the train stations.
FA not bothered about the fans yet again!!
What a bag of spanners that National Express link is.
It can't find any services from Kings Cross.
Do they share IT provider with the FA?
The link worked for about 2 minutes from Midday now nothing.. Guessing the Buses are all full.
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