Huge queues at Oxford Parkway have caused heavy delays on roads in the surrounding area as fans flock to Wembley Stadium.

Oxford United take on Bolton Wanderers in the League One play-off final in the capital this afternoon for a place in the Championship, the second tier of English football.

Fans began setting off for Wembley early this morning as long queues started to form for trains to London at Oxford Parkway.

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It has taken some fans around one hour and 30 minutes in the queue for a train down to Wembley Stadium for the game.

The queues have also caused heavy delays in the surrounding areas to the station, according to AA.

The AA stated traffic was slow moving in Bicester Road and Oxford Road near Oxford Parkway. These delays have now begun easing however.

But one U's fan who was able to seamlessly pass through the queues at Oxford Parkway was Peter Smith who thanked Chiltern Railways for the service. 

He posted: "Got through the queue quickly and the service from Chiltern Railways has been fantastic. We are lucky to have them."

Oxford Mail: Fans queue at Oxford Parkway for Wembley StadiumLarge queues are also being reported in Sainsbury's in Kidlington with delays of up to 30 minutes earlier today.

Oxford United’s crunch match kicks off at 4.15pm as the club looks to secure a spot in the second tier of English football for the first time in 25 years.