Getting to Trent Bridge
International Eventlink Park & Ride Service
Eventlink is a direct bus service run by Nottingham City Transport operating approximately every 10 minutes (see times below) from Queens Drive Park & Ride site to Trent Bridge, costing £5.00 per car load (up to 5 people) and £3.50 return each for 6+ people.
Kindly note all buses drop off and pick up from the same location, outside the Sandicliffe Ford garage on Loughborough Road (within 100 yards of Trent Bridge). The nearest gate to enter or leave the ground is the Trent Bridge Inn Courtyard.
Investec Test Match - Friday 14th July to Tuesday 18th July
Each day the service will start from Queens Drive P&R site at:
Royal London One-Day International - Thursday 21st September.
Sat nav postcode for Queen's Drive P&R is NG2 1AP
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 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 Specsavers County Championship matches, you may find free street parking on Hound Road, Fox Road and Milicent Road. At NatWest T20 Blast Matches, we offer paid parking in Bridge Field on Bridgford Road.
Buses run every few minutes from Nottingham city centre and Nottingham station. Timetables and information can be found at http://www.nctx.co.uk/cricket and you can plan your entire journey at www.travelineeastmidlands.co.uk
Both international and domestic ticketholders can enjoy a discounted Eventrider ticket for routes within Greater Nottingham in collaboration with Nottingham City Transport. Simply show your match ticket to the bus driver after 9.30am to take advantage of this offer.
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.