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The Saracens Express offers passengers the opportunity to arrive on the doorstep of Allianz Park, with pick up’s at many locations across Hertfordshire and North London. With the longest journey being just 75 minutes the Saracens Express offers a convenient and comfortable way to arrive at Allianz Park
The Thameslink service runs between Brighton and Bedford, with three London terminals, London Bridge, Blackfriars and London St Pancras. For Allianz Park alight at Mill Hill Broadway, which is a 16 minute journey from St Pancras.
From Mill Hill Broadway Copthall Sports Centre bus stop is a 6 minute bus ride away.
The Great Northern Route runs from London Kings Cross with two branches, one heading to Peterborough, the other Cambridge. For Allianz Park alight at either New Southgate or Bowes Park, depending on the branch. Both stops are 15 minutes from Kings Cross, and the Copthall Sports Centre bus stop is then a 25 minute bus ride from New Southgate or a 30 minute ride from Bowes Park.
The Northern underground line runs from Morden to Edgware, High Barnet or Mill Hill East. For Allianz Park alight at Hendon Central, Mill Hill East or West Finchley depending on the branch of travel. Hendon Central is then an 8 minute bus ride to Five Ways Corner with a 10 minute walk to Allianz Park. Mill Hill East is a 25 minute walk to the stadium or a 6 minute bus ride to the Copthall Sports Centre bus stop, while West Finchley is a 13 minute bus ride from the Copthall Sports Centre bus stop.
The Piccadilly underground line runs from Heathrow Airport and Uxbridge to Cockfosters. Alight at Bounds Green for Allianz Park, with the Allianz Park bus stop a 30 minute ride away.
The A1(M) runs from the North of England down into North London, via nearby towns such as Stevenage, Welywn Garden City and Hatfield. At Potters Bar the road merges into the A1 which runs very close to Allianz Park and via car parks at Mill Hill Broadway Station and East Finchley Station.
The A406 (The North Circular) runs through North London and links West and East London together. The road runs very close to car parks at Finchley Central Station and Arnos Grove Station, both of which are then short bus rides to Allianz Park.
The M1 runs from the North of England into North London, via towns such as Watford and Luton. The road runs very close to Edgware Station car park and Mill Hill Broadway Station, which are short bus rides to Allianz Park.
The 221 route runs from Edgware Bus Station to Turnpike Lane Station. Alight at the Copthall Sports Centre for Allianz Park, which is a 5 minute walk away.
The 113 Bus route runs from Edgware Bus Station to Marble Arch. Alight at Five Ways Corner for Allianz Park, which is a 10 minute walk away.