By Train

The stadium is served by four stations on match days and five on non-match days.

  • Arsenal (Piccadilly Line) It is the nearest tube station and is a five-minute walk from the stadium. This station is not accessible for wheelchair users. It has several steps and a sloping tunnel to street level.
  • Holloway Road (Piccadilly Line) It is an eight-minute walk from the stadium. This station is not accessible for wheelchair users due to stairs between platform and street level. Please note that Holloway Road is exit only before and after matches.
  • Drayton Park (Great Northern Rail). Closed on match days. There is no step free access at this station, so it is not accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Finsbury Park (Victoria and Piccadilly Lines, Great Northern Rail and Thameslink Rail) It is a 15-minute walk from the stadium. Finsbury Park has two lifts which serve the northbound and southbound platforms.
  • Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line, London Overground and Great Northern Rail) is a 15-minute walk from the stadium. The station is accessible for wheelchair users on London Overground services only where there is lift access. There is no step free access for Underground services on the Victoria Line.
  • The nearest main line rail stations are Kings Cross and St Pancras International and are both accessible for wheelchair users. Journey time by car or taxi is approximately 20 minutes. These stations are also hub links for London Underground services the Piccadilly Line (to Arsenal and Finsbury Park) or the Victoria Line (to Highbury & Islington)


In London, all black cabs are wheelchair accessible. Some of the newer ‘black cabs’ are also fitted with induction loops and intercoms for hearing aid users.

For further information on taxis and minicabs in London please click here For further information on Uber accessibility please click here. There is no designated drop off/pick up point outside Emirates Stadium. Suggested drop off/ pick up points are outside The Armoury Store (on Hornsey Road) which is within 50m of the Media Entrance. Those with access requirements who require to be dropped here please contact the Disability Liaison Team. Alternatively Drayton Park by the Danny Fiszmann Bridge, which gives step-free access to the south-east side of the Stadium. Please note that due to the match day road closures there may be wait times up to an hour after a game to gain access for pick up by taxi/vehicle


All Transport for London buses are low floor vehicles (this means they can be lowered to pavement level when the bus stops and the doors open). On most buses the wheelchair ramp is positioned at the exit doors. There is enough room for one wheelchair user on each bus; supporters should be aware that buses can get very congested on matchdays.

The main bus stops close to Emirates Stadium are located on

- Holloway Road

- Nags Head

- Seven Sisters Road

- Blackstock Road

- Highbury Corner

Several bus routes pass close to the stadium including the 271 which goes from Highgate Village to Liverpool Street Station, and the 43 which goes from Friern Barnet to London Bridge Station and the 19 which goes from Finsbury Park to Battersea Bridge. For up-to-date Transport for London travel information by public transport and to plan your accessible journey please click here