Industrial action and planned engineering work impact on National Rail services affecting the following upcoming fixtures at London Stadium:
Saturday 1 October: West Ham United v Wolves (17:30 KO)
Sunday 9 October: West Ham United v Fulham (14:00 KO)
Saturday 1 October – there will be a very limited service operating with an early shut down across the rail network affecting all National Rail train operating companies. Please note that London Underground Services will be running but with some services affected.
Sunday 9 October - those attending West Ham United v Fulham (14:00 KO) on Sunday please check below services before travelling, planned engineering work will be taking place across the Greater Anglia Network.
For National Rail: Strike day information
There will be a very limited service on Saturday 1, Wednesday 5 and Saturday 8 October with no service at all on some routes. Please only travel by train if your journey is absolutely necessary, plan ahead and check before you travel. Any National Rail Services that are running will stop around 17:30 on Saturday 1 October 2022.
During the national rail strikes, the majority of London Underground services will continue to run, however some disruption is expected. There will be a reduced service on the London Overground, Elizabeth line and some Tube lines due to the impact of the national rail strike on shared track and assets. Services running are expected to be busy and may not be able to stop at all stations.
Ticket holders are advised to check their journey before travel, and plan accordingly to get the best out of their experience. Resources are available such as TfL's Journey Planner or the TfL Go app and the National Rail website. The below links will give access to up-to-date travel information and you may wish to also plan appropriate accommodation: