The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Air:         London’s Heathrow airport is around 20 miles from the ground. To get to Allianz Park you will need to travel into central London, and then use one of the train or tube alternatives.

                The most convenient airport for Allianz Park is Luton Airport. From the airport take the shuttle bus to Luton Airport Parkway rail station, which offers direct services to Mill Hill Broadway or central London.

 

Rail:       Thameslink:

                The Thameslink service will take 16 minutes to Mill Hill Broadway from St. Pancras

                leaving a (free) club-organised bus ride to Allianz Park

                Great Northern:

                The Great Northern line runs out of Kings Cross and will take 15 minutes to New

                Southgate or Bowes Park

                 

Tube      Northern Line:

Mill Hill Broadway and  Mill East East are all on different branches of the Northern Line, leaving a short bus ride to Allianz Park on one of the free supporters buses.

                Piccadilly Line:

                Alight at Bounds Green, and take the 221 to Edgware, getting off at Copthall Sports

                Centre. This will take about 30 minutes.

                Remember that Saracens usually play on a Sunday, and that trains and tubes are

                subject to closures due to engineering works.

                               

Road      Both the M1 and A1 run very close to Allianz Park.

                The M1 runs into north London from the North, and runs close to car parks at

                Edgware station and Mill Hill Broadway, both of which allow easy access to Allianz

                Park by bus.

                The A1 passes close very close to Allianz Park and allows access to car parks at Mill

                Hill Broadway Station or East Finchley Station, which are then both short bus rides

                away from Allianz Park

                The A406, North Circular Road, passes very close to car parks at Mill Hill Broadway

                Station or East Finchley Station, which are both then short bus rides to Allianz Park         

Parking On-street parking in the residential areas around Allianz Park is extremely limited, though there are official car parks that can be booked in advance via the club.

Bus         The Saracens Express

                This runs across 14 routes with over 50 pick-ups.

                The Early Bird Service runs across all routes and seats are available at £6.50 return

                This arrives at Allianz Park 2 hours before kick-off.

                Later services are also available but cost £11.50

               

 

 

Last Updated  July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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