Getting to Saracens is quick and simple. The stadium is accessible via a number of different transport facilities.
The Stadium is just 400 metres from Junction 2 of the M1, 12 minutes inside the M25 and right next to the North Circular. The home of Saracens offers 800 guest parking spaces and access to a road network to take you anywhere in the country.
The A1(M) runs from the North of England down into North London, via nearby towns such as Stevenage, Welywn Garden City and Hatfield.
The A406 (The North Circular) runs through North London and links West and East London together.
The M1 runs from the North of England into North London, via towns such as Watford and Luton.
Mill Hill Broadway, on the Thameslink, is a 5 minute taxi journey from the Stadium and only 17 minutes from Kings Cross St Pancras or 20 minutes from Farringdon.
The 221 route runs from Edgware Bus Station to Turnpike Lane Station. Alight at the Copthall Sports Centre for the Stadium, 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 the Stadium, which is a 10 minute walk away.
Match day – Saracens Express
The Saracens Express (powered by Zeelo) offers passengers the opportunity to arrive on the doorstep of the stadium, with pick ups at many locations across Hertfordshire and North London. To find out more about the routes on offer click here.
Match day – Shuttle bus
On home match days Saracens run a free shuttle buses from Mill Hill East and Edgware London Underground stations as well as Mill Hill Broadway National Rail station. Services are regular, running approximately every 10 minutes from each of these stations and drop you a short walk from the stadium on Pursley Road. Pioneers will be present to help you find the buses and direct you towards the stadium.
Specific shuttle bus timings will be published on the match event page the week of the fixture.