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Borntorun

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Jul 17, 2019
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Good Afternoon
Planning to drive up for the first time to the stadium for the Milan game in August. Any suggestions where to park please I will be coming off the North Circular. Don’t mind 30min walk in to the ground.
 

Gingernut

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Jul 2, 2019
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If I drive i normal try and find parking North of the permit zone around Silver street station and Pymmes park. Pretty much North of Park Lane which borders the park. You can look on the edmonton council site to see the parking restriction zones
 

Borntorun

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Jul 17, 2019
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Thanks. I did think about that but was not sure as Ikea close at 5? But by the time customers load there cars up be more like 8??
 

Simon Moody

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Dec 31, 2017
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Hi I am going to the Inter Milan game next weekend. In the past when I have gone to White Hart Lane I've always got the train in to King Cross and got the tube up. I cba to get the train so am aiming to drive this time. For Wembley I drove to Stanmore which was easy enough. I travel from the North, I'm just wondering if there are there any other stations I can park so its accessible to get to the stadium easily, Stanmore isn't really ideal. Thanks for your help
 

Spurs 1961

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Aug 31, 2012
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someone posted in another thread about this in chat that IKEA are looking at installing cameras

OK useful to know. In truth I find it a long way to walk so usually park in the hospital car park or on Pretoria Road. If you get there early enough there is some pay as you park space there at £10. Just along from the Irish Association where it costs £30
 

Lighty64

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Aug 24, 2010
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OK useful to know. In truth I find it a long way to walk so usually park in the hospital car park or on Pretoria Road. If you get there early enough there is some pay as you park space there at £10. Just along from the Irish Association where it costs £30

I would say I'm lucky with parking, but that's because I'm a disabled member, with a disability that I'm sure I've heard you mention before you can park either under the stadium or in Sainsburys. under the stadium is a pain though as you can't even turn your engine on for at least 1 hour after a match finishes, with Sainsburys they let you out pretty quickly.

edit: you have to be a blue badge holder to do so, and register with the access team
 

Easy as AVB

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Aug 31, 2012
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Think there will a few of us going to first match at new stadium on Sunday so this information is very useful. Does anyone know definitively if Ikea is an option on a Sunday? How early do you need to get to Hospital to park? Any other suggestions gratefully accepted.
 

edward brophy

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Jul 17, 2014
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Hello everyone
Any ideas where I can park on Sunday I’m taking my grandson who is 9 years old and it’s his first time at the new stadium not to far to walk would be a help
Many thanks
 

Blowsie

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Aug 24, 2019
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Think there will a few of us going to first match at new stadium on Sunday so this information is very useful. Does anyone know definitively if Ikea is an option on a Sunday? How early do you need to get to Hospital to park? Any other suggestions gratefully accepted.
Did you manage to find this out?
 

Bakerboy83

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Oct 28, 2017
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Does anyone know the latest on the Ikea camera situation?

All the previous CL games I’ve parked at Ikea and walked in. The Bayern game will be my first visit this season and was hoping for Ikea again.

TIA

Baker
 

brasil_spur

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Aug 25, 2006
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someone posted in another thread about this in chat that IKEA are looking at installing cameras

So i took the plunge on Sunday to park in Ikea, figuring as it was the Ladies match that Ikea would likely be less bothered. Turns out there was no problem and there were a few others with the same idea, so the walk to the stadium wasn't lonely. A few takeaways from me:

Make sure you check the closing time of Ikea, we forgot to and then realised at 5.05pm as we were leaving the stadium that the Ikea store closed at 5pm. Luckily when we arrived at 5.30pm people were still loading things into their cars from Ikea, but i reckon by 6pm it would have been closed up.

Use the open air car park rather than the one under the Ikea store (we used the under the store one which has less access to it than the open air one and makes the whole thing a bit more obvious).

On the way we walked through the trading estate area which is to the west/south-west of Ikea and north-east of the stadium (probably has an actual name). There were a number of places in there selling car parking spaces for either £10 or £15 for the match, with about a 10-15 min walk to the stadium. Worth a look in the future, especially if you arrive early.
 

worcestersauce

"I'm no optimist I'm just a prisoner of hope
Jan 23, 2006
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So i took the plunge on Sunday to park in Ikea, figuring as it was the Ladies match that Ikea would likely be less bothered. Turns out there was no problem and there were a few others with the same idea, so the walk to the stadium wasn't lonely. A few takeaways from me:

Make sure you check the closing time of Ikea, we forgot to and then realised at 5.05pm as we were leaving the stadium that the Ikea store closed at 5pm. Luckily when we arrived at 5.30pm people were still loading things into their cars from Ikea, but i reckon by 6pm it would have been closed up.

Use the open air car park rather than the one under the Ikea store (we used the under the store one which has less access to it than the open air one and makes the whole thing a bit more obvious).

On the way we walked through the trading estate area which is to the west/south-west of Ikea and north-east of the stadium (probably has an actual name). There were a number of places in there selling car parking spaces for either £10 or £15 for the match, with about a 10-15 min walk to the stadium. Worth a look in the future, especially if you arrive early.
Sounds like you mean Brantwood road and the roads off.
 

Lighty64

I believe
Aug 24, 2010
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So i took the plunge on Sunday to park in Ikea, figuring as it was the Ladies match that Ikea would likely be less bothered. Turns out there was no problem and there were a few others with the same idea, so the walk to the stadium wasn't lonely. A few takeaways from me:

Make sure you check the closing time of Ikea, we forgot to and then realised at 5.05pm as we were leaving the stadium that the Ikea store closed at 5pm. Luckily when we arrived at 5.30pm people were still loading things into their cars from Ikea, but i reckon by 6pm it would have been closed up.

Use the open air car park rather than the one under the Ikea store (we used the under the store one which has less access to it than the open air one and makes the whole thing a bit more obvious).

On the way we walked through the trading estate area which is to the west/south-west of Ikea and north-east of the stadium (probably has an actual name). There were a number of places in there selling car parking spaces for either £10 or £15 for the match, with about a 10-15 min walk to the stadium. Worth a look in the future, especially if you arrive early.

I don't have a problem when I went, I park either under the stadium, or in Sainsburys

won't matter now I won't be going for another couple of seasons
 
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