Welcome to MTA's Train to the Game® Service!
Take the Train to MetLife Stadium for Giants and Jets NFL Action.
Block gridlock and tackle stress when you take MTA to your favorite sporting event! MTA, in partnership with NJ Transit, now offers new transit services that will let you take the train to NY Giants and NY Jets football games at MetLife Stadium.
Are you coming from...
- New York City
- Connecticut/Lower Westchester
- Points North (other options coming from the Metro-North territory)
- Orange/Rockland Counties
- Long Island
- New Jersey
Special NJ Transit service operates between Hoboken Terminal and Secaucus Junction and the Stadium for three or more hours before and after each NFL day game. And now that NJTransit has service to the stadium, you can get there from anywhere in the region — from NYC Transit, LIRR, and Metro-North territory — all the trains take you to the games!
New York City Transit subway riders can transfer to Hoboken-bound PATH trains at 33rd Street and then board the Meadowlands Service at NJ Transit's Hoboken Terminal. Or, simply connect with NJ Transit trains at Penn Station NY.
LIRR customers can purchase tickets to the "Meadowlands" Station, which are valid for travel on both LIRR and (NJ TRANSIT) for Giants and Jets home games and select events. Visit http://mta.info/lirr or njtransit.com/meadowlands for full Meadowlands service listings. Meadowlands tickets are not sold on-board, or from Penn Station or Brooklyn. Long Island Rail Road customers can take any Penn Station-bound train and then board a NJ Transit train to Secaucus Junction and the Meadowlands Service.
Metro North Railroad customers can take a direct-service train stopping at select stations on the New Haven Line in Connecticut and Westchester to the Meadowlands via Secaucus Junction for games that kick-off at 1 p.m on Sundays. Click here for additional information about the direct New Haven Line service. In addition to the direct service, you can always take Metro-North's Harlem, Hudson or New Haven Line service to Grand Central Terminal then go to Penn Station via subway and catch a NJ Transit train to the Meadowlands. For West-of-Hudson customers, service will be available to Secaucus Junction via the Pascack Valley Line.
Want to know more? Here's what you need to know to travel like an MVP to see your team, based on where you're coming from and what time the football game starts:
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