Getting to Trent Bridge
We’re keen to ensure that you enjoy the best possible experience when you visit Trent Bridge and we have built strong partnerships with transport providers to help you to plan your journey.
Cricket-loving riders are able to park their bikes in the Bridge Field on Bridgford Road. Our stewarded bike park is a very short walk from the ground.
Parking is available along Victoria Embankment during international matches. During LV= County Championship matches, you may find free street parking on Hound Road, Fox Road or Milicent Road. At NatWest T20 Blast Matches, we offer paid parking in the Bridge Field on Bridgford Road.
Buses run every few minutes from Nottingham city centre and Nottingham station. Timetables can be found at
www.nottinghamcitytransport.co.uk and you can plan your entire journey at www.travelineeastmidlands.co.uk
There are frequent trains to Nottingham train station, which is served by buses and taxis. A taxi will cost about £6 or the walk will take 20 minutes. Timetables can be found on the East Midlands Trains website.
The nearest tram stop, Station Street, is a 20 minute walk from the ground, and anyone travelling from outside the city can take advantage of NET’s free park and ride facilities.?As an added incentive to take the tram, NET will be running a £2 return ticket for all match and season ticket holders.
International Eventlink Park & Ride Service
The Eventlink Park and Ride Service will operate for the Royal London One-Day International and Investec Ashes Test Match.
Eventlink is a direct bus service run by Notts + Derby which operates approximately every 10 minutes from Queen’s Drive Park & Ride Site to Trent Bridge, costing just £5.00 per car for up to a maximum of four people (with a £1 surcharge for over four people).
For the Royal London ODI, the service starts at 12pm, running at least every 10 minutes until 2pm. Buses will return regularly from 9.30pm every few minutes until an hour after the last ball has been bowled.
Buses only drop off and pick outside Sandicliffe Ford on Loughborough Road (within 100 yards of Trent Bridge).