FA Cup Final 2024: Train services from Manchester to London as Man Utd face Man City at Wembley

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It’s going to be a Manchester derby at Wembley again this year

The FA Cup final is the showpiece of the English football season, and for the second year in a row it's going to be an all Manchester affair. Manchester City and Manchester United will be battling it out for the last piece of silverware of the domestic season. 

City reached the final by defeating Chelsea in the semi-final, whilst Utd avoided a scare against Championship side Coventry City. The two sides meet at Wembley on Saturday May 25. 

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Thousands of fans will be heading down to London, with many fans likely to opt for the train. Services will run regularly between the two cities on the day of the final, with sometimes two or three an hour departing Piccadilly for Euston. 

Train times for both to and from London Euston are listed below, these are times that should allow fans to get to Wembley in time for the 3pm kick off. Fares and other information is available on the National Rail website. 

Erik ten Hag, Manager of Manchester United and Pep Guardiola, Manager of Manchester CityErik ten Hag, Manager of Manchester United and Pep Guardiola, Manager of Manchester City
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Train times for Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston

  • 9.15am arrives at 11.29am
  • 9.35am arrives at 11.59am
  • 10.15am arrives at 12.29pm
  • 10.35am arrives at 12.58pm
  • 11.15am arrives at 1.29pm
  • 11.35am arrives at 1.58pm

Train times for London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly

  • 6.31pm arrives at 9.05pm
  • 7.10pm arrives at 9.29pm (change at Stoke-on-Trent
  • 7.13pm arrives at 9.44pm 
  • 7.16pm arrives at 10.30pm (change at Birmingham New Street)
  • 8.16pm arrives at 10.50pm 

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