We can’t wait to welcome you as Notts Outlaws commence their Royal London Cup campaign against Sussex Sharks on Tuesday 2 August (11am).
Should you be thinking of attending, read on for everything you need to know in order to make the most of your visit, including:
- Ticket information
- Covid-19 information
- Hours of play
- Where to find us
- Travel information
- Food and drink
- Public Wi-Fi
- Shop and scorecards
- Gracing the hallowed turf
- Autograph signings
- The Wynne-Thomas Library
- Heritage displays
- Supporting the Trent Bridge Community Trust
- Toilet and baby changing facilities
- First aid
- Smoking policy
- Reporting discrimination
- Weather forecast
- Following the action online
Nottinghamshire members and season ticket holders need only brandish their membership card or season ticket on arrival to gain entry to this fixture. Find out more about memberships here...
Tickets for non-members are priced as follows:
- Adults: £5
- Senior citizens (65+): £5
- Under 16s: £1
Seating is unreserved, meaning spectators are welcome to sit anywhere in the ground, with the exception of the exclusive members-only seating in front of the Pavilion.
Tickets in advance
There are three different ways to purchase tickets in advance:
- Click here to buy your tickets online.
- Call the Ticket Office on 0115 899 0300.
- Visit the Ticket Office in person, just inside the Dixon Gates near the Smith Cooper stand.
Tickets on the day
Ticket office opening hours
- Monday to Friday: 9.30am-4.30pm
Opening hours are extended on matchdays.
While Covid restrictions in England have been lifted, we kindly request that you do not attend our venue if you are testing positive for, or believe you may have, Covid-19. Face coverings are a matter of personal choice, however we continue to request that you practice impeccable hand-hygiene throughout your visit.
Should you need to visit the Ticket Office during a busy period and do not feel comfortable within a confined space, feel free to pop outside the ground and visit one of the external windows instead.
Hours of play
Kindly note that all timings are subject to change.
Where to find us
Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is situated in West Bridgford, in very close proximity to both Nottingham Forest and Notts County Football Clubs. Our postcode is NG2 6AG.
As you approach, you can’t miss the circular floodlights.
We are a couple of miles from Nottingham City Centre, a mile or so from the train station, and our city is blessed with one of the best public transport networks in the UK.
Parking can be secured in advance at the Nottinghamshire Sports Club, situated off Holme Road (NG2 5AA). Spaces, priced at £3 for Nottinghamshire members and £5 for non-members, can be booked here…
Parking can also be secured on the day in the Nottingham Forest Car Park, priced at £3 for Nottinghamshire members and £5 for non-members. Access for this can be gained off Lady Bay Bridge (NG2 3HF).
Cyclists are able to park their bikes at the ground, in bike racks situated on the PKF Smith Cooper Stand and Radcliffe Road Stand concourses, until an hour after close of play.
Travelling by tram
The Queens Walk and Meadows Embankment tram stops are located around a 20-minute walk from the ground, with the route from the Meadows Embankment stop proceeding along a pleasant stretch of the River Trent. Alternatively, a stop at Nottingham Train Station can be found just a 20-minute walk away. To help plan your journey, visit www.thetram.net.
Family group tickets can be purchased should you wish to arrive by tram, allowing two adults and up to six children to travel on the network for £8.
Travelling by bus
Regular bus travel is available to the ground, with bus stops situated on Bridgford Road and Radcliffe Road.
Grouprider tickets, costing £6, allow up to five people to travel together (min 1 adult, max 2 adults) and are available to purchase on the bus, provided you pay via contactless means or have the exact fare in cash.
Trent Barton buses, meanwhile, serve West Bridgford and Nottingham via their Mainline (every ten minutes), Rushcliffe Villager, Keyworth and Cotgrave buses. Plan your journey at https://www.trentbarton.co.uk/.
Travelling by train
Nottingham Station can be found a 20-minute walk from the ground, with public transport and taxis available to convey you to your destination.
To plan your journey, please visit the National Rail Enquiries website.
A taxi rank can be found 200 yards from the ground on Bridgford Road, adjacent to the large West Bridgford Co-op. If you need to call for a taxi, some of our local operators include: Royal Cabs 0115 9608 608, Trent Cars 0115 950 5050 and Yellow Cars 0115 981 8181.
Food & Drink
A range of refreshment options will be available around the ground, via card payments only:
Barrel & Bean
Situated in the TBI Courtyard, Barrel & Bean serves hot drinks, alcoholic beverages and snacks, with pasties available from midday.
Clarke’s Crafty Ones
Located in the TBI Courtyard, serving craft beers, gluten-free beers, alcohol-free beers, wines by the glass/ bottle, soft drinks and hot drinks.
The Cricketers’ Suite
Located on the first floor of the Radcliffe Road Stand, the Cricketers’ Suite serves hot meals from 12pm-3pm, and afternoon tea at during the afternoon. Hot and cold drinks, and alcoholic beverages, are also available.
Located to the rear of the large replay screen, Keeton’s Corner serves hot drinks, snacks and alcoholic beverages.
Derek Randall Suite
Offering a full bar and non-alcoholic drinks, the Derek Randall Suite will also serve as an indoor vantage point from which all spectators can take in the action.
The Long Room
Exclusively for members, the Long Room inside our historic Pavilion serves bacon cobs from 9.30am, hot roast cobs from midday and afternoon tea during the afternoon. A bar will also be in operation, with alcoholic beverages, hot drinks and snacks available.
You'll find dispensers via which you can refill water bottles and containers situated around the ground.
Recycling your beer cups
Beer will be served in branded, reusable cups, with spectators paying a £1 deposit. Each drink will be served in a fresh cup, with no deposit required in exchange for the existing vessel.
1. Take it home as a souvenir.
2. Return it to the bar and regain your £1 deposit. Kindly note that refunds can only be obtained by inserting your payment card into the terminal, and may take 3-5 working days to be credited to your account. Beer cup returns will be accepted by over-18s only.
Public Wi-Fi is available throughout Trent Bridge, which you are very welcome to use at your leisure.
Simply connect to The Cloud from the available list of wireless networks and follow the sign-in or login instructions.
Should you experience any technical difficulties, if you are able to access the internet via other means (such as 4G), helpful guides are available at www.sky.com/wifi or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, the phone number to call is 0844 824 5000.
Our friendly staff will, of course, endeavour to assist you should you struggle with the process of connecting your device to the Wi-Fi.
However, we’re sorry to say that we’re not able to assist with technical issues. This can only be done via the process with Sky above.
Trent Bridge Shop
The Club Shop will be open throughout the fixture.
Grace the hallowed turf
After the close of play, there will be an opportunity to grab autographs and selfies with the Outlaws on the pitch in front of the Pavilion.
Spectators are very welcome to visit the Library and explore the thousands of books on the shelves, browse the latest cricket magazines and chat to other visitors. Notts members will also be welcome to register for the new Lending Service and borrow up to three books.
Situated behind the Ticket Office, the Wynne-Thomas Library is open from 10am to 11am, and from 1pm to 4.30 pm.
In the Museum Room (off the Long Room in the Pavilion) there is a new display that marks the Queen’s Jubilee year by looking at the links between the royal family, Trent Bridge and the county club.
New information panels about Notts’ knights of the realm, Sir Garry Sobers and Sir Richard Hadlee, can be seen on the ground floor of the Radcliffe Road Stand, in the waiting areas named after these two giants of the game.
Displays about the varied talents of Peter Wynne-Thomas – our late Historian and Librarian – and items showcasing his skill as a watercolour artist, cartoonist and illustrator, are in the corridor near the Ticket Office.
A small tribute to Colin Slater – known as 'Mr Notts County', but a man forever linked with Trent Bridge too – can be found on the lower ground floor of the Pavilion.
Support the Trent Bridge Community Trust
Nottinghamshire's official charity have been running schemes, initiatives and programmes to support those in need across Notts for over a decade, with over £1.5m having been invested into local projects over that time.
Initiatives operated by the Trust include:
- Positive Futures, helping young people at risk of social exclusion to hone their skills and raise their aspirations
- The YouNG Project, providing placement and entrepreneurship opportunities
- Healthy Hearts, promoting a healthy and active lifestyle to primary school children
- Forget Me Notts, supporting individuals with dementia
- Notts in Mind, using sport to boost confidence, self-esteem and fitness.
You will find contactless donation stations situated around the venue, allowing you to make a small donation to our official charity, the Trent Bridge Community Trust, using your debit/ credit card or mobile phone. Donations are also invited online via JustGiving.
Find out more about the Trust here.
Toilet and baby changing facilities
Ample toilet facilities are located, and well signposted, in various locations around the ground.
Changing facilities are available in the Members’ Pavilion disabled toilets, as well as in the squash complex ladies’ toilets (access via the Ticket Office near the back entrance to the Pavilion), the William Clarke Stand ladies’ toilets, the Hound Road ladies’ toilets and the first-floor toilets on the West Wing of the Radcliffe Road Centre. Please feel free to ask any steward for directions.
First Aid facilities will be available at the rear of the PKF Smith Cooper Stand. If you require assistance when in another area of the ground, please alert the nearest steward.
Wheelchair viewing positions are available in front of the PKF Smith Cooper Stand, Hound Road Stand and Larwood & Voce Stand, as well as the Hound Road Upper, Radcliffe Road Lower and Middle tiers and the top of the PKF Smith Cooper Stand.
Designated smoking areas are assigned in various concourse areas, but smoking (including e-cigarettes) is only permitted in these areas, so please refrain from smoking in your seat.
If you are aware of or witness discrimination at any level of cricket in Nottinghamshire, including matches at Trent Bridge, we urge you to report it to us so that we can investigate and take appropriate action.
You can do so by sending a text message to 88440 with further details, starting your message with ‘Notts’.
Alternatively, telephone 0115 982 3000, email email@example.com, or write to the HR Manager, Trent Bridge, Bridgford Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, NG2 6AG.
Following the action online
If you can’t make it to the ground, our live streaming service, social media channels and club website will keep you updated throughout.
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