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Directions

Metlife Stadium is near the New Jersey Turnpike and other major roadways.


From the George Washington Bridge: 
Head south on the New Jersey Turnpike, and take the western spur to the Sports Complex exits, 16W or 18W, which provide direct parking access. 


From New York City and the East: 
Use the Lincoln Rd. Tunnel to Rte. 3 West. This will lead you to the stadium. 


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Take I-80 West. Take Rte. 17 South to Paterson Plank Rd. Follow signs to the Sports Complex. 


From the South:
Take the New Jersey Turnpike North, and follow the western spur. The Sports Complex Exit is 16W. If congestion is heavy, you can use the eastern spur to access Rte. 3 West, which will bring you directly to parking. 


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Take the Garden State Pkwy. North to Exit 153A (Rte. 3). Take Rte. 3 east to the Sports Complex. 


From the North: 
Take the Garden State Pkwy. to Exit 163 (Rte. 17). Follow that to Paterson Plank Rd. Head east on Paterson Plank to the Sports Complex. 


From the West: 
Take I-80 East. Continue on US-46 East. Follow signs to the complex. 


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Take I-78 East towards Newark. Exit onto I-95 North. Take Exit 16W (Rte. 3). This will lead you directly to the Sports Complex. 

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Parking

There are nearly 24,000 parking spaces across 14 lettered lots, and another 5,000 spaces next to the east side of the stadium. Highway, street level, and electronic messaging signs will direct you to parking areas. 

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Transportation

Public transit offers a variety of options for getting to MetLife stadium. It's easy and convenient. 


NJ Transit Rail Service 
Connects to all Northeast corridors via the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, just a short 10-minute ride to the Sports Complex. Direct rail service starts 3 hours before the game begins, and runs 2 hours after it ends. Find out more here.


Metro North Trains 
From New York or Connecticut, take MTA-Metro North trains to Secaucus Junction. 


Bus Service 
The 351 Meadowlands Express Bus Service takes fans directly from Port Authority to the MetLife Sports Complex. It runs for 3 hours before games, and 1 hour afterwards.


Park and Ride 
To park in lettered stadium lots, you'll need a pre-paid parking permit. Without a permit, you can park in surface lots near the Frank R. Lautenberg Train Station in Secaucus, and take the rail service to the MetLife Sports Complex. For more information, visit the website

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Directions to MetLife Stadium

Metlife Stadium is near the New Jersey Turnpike and other major roadways.


From the George Washington Bridge: 
Head south on the New Jersey Turnpike, and take the western spur to the Sports Complex exits, 16W or 18W, which provide direct parking access. 


From New York City and the East: 
Use the Lincoln Rd. Tunnel to Rte. 3 West. This will lead you to the stadium. 


-or- 

Take I-80 West. Take Rte. 17 South to Paterson Plank Rd. Follow signs to the Sports Complex. 


From the South:
Take the New Jersey Turnpike North, and follow the western spur. The Sports Complex Exit is 16W. If congestion is heavy, you can use the eastern spur to access Rte. 3 West, which will bring you directly to parking. 


-or-


Take the Garden State Pkwy. North to Exit 153A (Rte. 3). Take Rte. 3 east to the Sports Complex. 


From the North: 
Take the Garden State Pkwy. to Exit 163 (Rte. 17). Follow that to Paterson Plank Rd. Head east on Paterson Plank to the Sports Complex. 


From the West: 
Take I-80 East. Continue on US-46 East. Follow signs to the complex. 


-or- 

Take I-78 East towards Newark. Exit onto I-95 North. Take Exit 16W (Rte. 3). This will lead you directly to the Sports Complex. 

Parking near MetLife Stadium

There are nearly 24,000 parking spaces across 14 lettered lots, and another 5,000 spaces next to the east side of the stadium. Highway, street level, and electronic messaging signs will direct you to parking areas. 

Transportation to MetLife Stadium

Public transit offers a variety of options for getting to MetLife stadium. It's easy and convenient. 


NJ Transit Rail Service 
Connects to all Northeast corridors via the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, just a short 10-minute ride to the Sports Complex. Direct rail service starts 3 hours before the game begins, and runs 2 hours after it ends. Find out more here.


Metro North Trains 
From New York or Connecticut, take MTA-Metro North trains to Secaucus Junction. 


Bus Service 
The 351 Meadowlands Express Bus Service takes fans directly from Port Authority to the MetLife Sports Complex. It runs for 3 hours before games, and 1 hour afterwards.


Park and Ride 
To park in lettered stadium lots, you'll need a pre-paid parking permit. Without a permit, you can park in surface lots near the Frank R. Lautenberg Train Station in Secaucus, and take the rail service to the MetLife Sports Complex. For more information, visit the website

Metlife Stadium

Metlife Stadium hosts two successful NFL teams, the Jets and the Giants. Fans of both teams swipe up New York Giants tickets and New York Jets tickets when either team is in town and playing at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. If you're a local resident or are visiting the area, you'll want to grab your own pair of tickets to MetLife and cheer on the Jets and the Giants as they try to tackle the competition.

Metlife Stadium Seating Chart

Football fans always take not of team schedules and you'll want to mark on your calendar both the New York Giants schedule and New York Jets schedule for the current season. The teams are looking good this time around and you are in for a wild time at MetLife when they take on other NFL teams like the Buffalo Bills, the San Diego Chargers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Or even see them play against each other!

Metlife Stadium Seat Map

Metlife Stadium tickets are now on sale at StubHub and you'll want to stake out your seat for an upcoming game featuring either the Giants or the Jets. Tell your best buddies and get ready for a great game of football!

Metlife Stadium Map

MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford is a sports venue, but it also hosts a variety of bands and artists throughout the year. Get a pair of concert tickets today for a great live show.