Matildas followers were left stranded in Sydney’s Olympic Park after their shock World Cup defeat to England with ‘no cars and no trains’.

Tens of 1,000 soccer followers have jammed Sydney’s Olympic Park following the Matildas’ crushing defeat to England in the semi-finals of the Women’s World Cup.

Photographs present an enormous crowd dressed in inexperienced and gold prepared on the platform after Wednesday night time’s sport.

According to Sydney Trains, the influence is to present refunds for main delays with a warning to commuters to enable additional journey time.

“Trains are running late due to capacity issues with equipment at Ashfield,” Sydney Trains stated in a press launch.

“If you are traveling home into the city, you have the option to join the Olympic Park service at Lidcombe and change to the T3 Bankstown Line service to travel around the affected area.”

Fans have taken to social media to air their frustrations, with many attempting to get a spot to live to escape the chilly.

“No trains from the Olympic Park and only 100,000 people trying to get home,” wrote one Twitter person.

What a meltdown in Sydney! What it truly is. How can all of us get a spot to live?’

Still have to return.

Matildas supporters have been stranded at Sydney’s Olympic Park coaching station following their devastating Women’s World Cup semi-final defeat (pictured)

The lack of influence provision in Ashfield has brought about main delays in the group as riders were suggested to take diverted routes (pictured, crowds at Olympic Park Prep Station)

Sydney Trains has issued a press launch warning riders to enable additional journey time when leaving the game tonight (pictured, crowds at Olympic Park Prep Station)

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