Stadium Information

General Information

Car Parking: Street parking
Coach Parking: By Police direction
Nearest London Underground station: Upton Park (400 yards)
Police: 020 8593 8232

Away Supporters

Entrances and sections: Priory Road entrance for the Sir Trevor Brooking Stand

Getting to the Boleyn Ground

By Road

From the north: Take North Circular (A406) to A124 (East Ham), then on Barking Road for approximately 1.5 miles until you approach the traffic lights on cross-roads. Turn right into Green Street.
From the east: Use A13 (signposted London) then turn right onto slip road signposted A117. In 0.9 miles at crossroads turn left into Barking Road (A124) and then in 0.74 miles turn right into Green Street.
From the south: Use Blackwall Tunnel and A13 to Canning Town, then follow signs East Ham A124 in 1.7 miles turn left into Green Street.
From the west: Take North Circular (A406) to A124 (East Ham), then on Barking Road for approximately 1.5 miles until you approach traffic lights on cross-roads. Turn right into Green Street.

By Tube

Before the match

Upton Park London Underground station is on the District (Green) line, in Zone 3 and journey times from Central London are approximately 45 minutes.
When you exit the station turn right along Green Street. The stadium is then a five-minute walk (400 yards) on your left-hand side.

After the match

Queuing at Upton Park London Underground station after a match can take up to an hour. As a result, the Metropolitan Police have suggested alternative travel arrangements.

Supporters travelling eastbound are asked to walk to Plaistow station. Walk along Green Street towards Upton Park station, turning left down Queens Road. Walking alongside the queue for Upton Park station on your right-hand side, following Queens Road for approximately 0.7 miles before turning left into A114/Pelly Road. After 200 yards, turn right into A112 / High Street and Plaistow station is on the other side of the road. This walk should take about 20 minutes.

Fans travelling westbound are asked to walk along Barking Road for 0.7 miles to the traffic lights outside East Ham Town Hall. Turn left into High Street North and continue for 0.4 miles to East Ham station on the right-hand side. This walk should take about 20 minutes.

A third alternative is to walk 1.7 miles to Forest Gate mainline station on the Greater Anglia network. To do so, supporters should follow Green Street northbound for 1.2 miles before turning left into Romford Road. After 400 yards, turn right into Woodgrange Road for a further 400 yards to Forest Gate station. This walk should take about 35 minutes.

For more information on planning your journey to/from the Boleyn Ground by London Underground, please click here.

By Bus

Bus routes 5, 15, 58, 115, 147, 58, 104, 330 and 376 serve the Boleyn Ground

For more information on bus routes serving the Boleyn Ground and surrounding area, please click here.

By Rail

Upton Park does not have a mainline railway station. However, the following mainline stations offer connections to London Underground stations and bus routes serving the Boleyn Ground.

Stratford station is served by Greater Anglia services to/from London Liverpool Street, Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk and London Overground services serving north and west London. From there, talen take bus route 104 or the London Underground Jubilee line westbound to West Ham, then change for eastbound District line/Hammersmith and City line to Upton Park.

Barking is served by c2c Rail services to/from London Fenchurch Street and south Essex. From there, take bus route 5 or westbound London Underground District line/Hammersmith and City line to Upton Park.

Stadium Information

Ground: Boleyn Ground, Green Street, Upton Park, London E13 9AZ
Capacity: 35,016 (all-seater)
Pitch Size: 110 x 70 yards

Switchboard: 020 8548 2748
Ticket Office: 0871 222 2700 (calls 10p/min plus network extras)
Facsimile: 020 8548 2758

Smoke-free Stadium

The Boleyn Ground is a Smoke-free Stadium, in compliance with new legislation introduced on 1 July 2007. This law was introduced "to make virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces in England smokefree. A smokefree England ensures a healthier environment, so everyone can socialise, relax, travel, shop and work free from secondhand smoke". This policy includes any form of electronic cigarettes. For more information, click here.